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Visualizing COVID: Testing Trends
In a world with an abundance of information about COVID-19, we have worked with our partners at Johns Hopkins University to design and engineer visualizations that are easy for users to quickly understand.
Goalkeepers
Visualizing Inequality with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Graphicacy partnered with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on their 2019 Goalkeepers report to visualize the relationship of geography, gender and other key variables to inequality around the world.
Mapping Extremism
We partnered with the Anti-Defamation League and Advomatic to create an interactive map of extremism and anti-Semitism around the U.S., allowing users to layer and explore different types of extremist incidents.
The Political Atlas: Visualizing Elections
We worked with Ipsos to visualize their polling in advance of the 2018 midterm elections, along with cutting edge social media data and ratings from experts at the University of Virginia Center for Politics.
A Visual History of the US
House of Representatives
This large-scale print depicts every House representative who has ever served, and charts the progression of party political ideology from 1789 to 2012. This poster also includes more than 100 legislative landmarks in U.S. legislative history.
Telling the story of Immigration: Our Future, Together
This immigration-focused project created in collaboration with the Center for American Progress includes a video and four interactives, which help viewers understand and explore unfolding changes in the American workforce.
Visualizing Education Data: The State of Our Cities
The George W. Bush Institute's State of Our Cities microsite aggregates education data from a wide range of sources, serving as a one-of-a-kind resource for education policymakers and advocates across the country.
Nuclear Weapons: I Wish I Didn't Know That
The Union of Concerned Scientists came to Graphicacy with the desire to inform and activate policy makers and the voting public via an online experience that draws from a growing library of barely avoided nuclear weapon disasters that have occurred over the past several decades.
Large Format Visualizations: Timeplots
Our information graphic posters are carefully crafted to provide a clear, comprehensive perspective of a specific subject. See posters on history, politics, geography, and the federal budget at

Creative analytic design

Graphicacy helps you realize the potential of your information and guides you toward clear graphic and technology solutions.

FEATURED WORK

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Data Analysis, Data Visualization, Animated Video

Union of Concerned Scientists

Interactive Web Application
A map of Ghana with the district of Nadowli selected and detailed maize, soybean, and rice production analytics.

USAID – FinGAP Investmen...

Data Visualization, Design, Development

Johns Hopkins University

Data Visualization, Design, Development

World Resources Institute

Interactive Web Application
A GIS visualization of the vote gains in the 2016 US election for Arizona, Georgia, and Iowa

AFL-CIO – Working America

Data Visualization, Design, Development

ABOUT US

We tell engaging stories through data visualization. Our team combines storytelling, human-centered design & deep technical capabilities to build data rich digital projects. We provide data analysis and build and produce websites, interactive applications, data visualizations, information graphics and motion graphic videos. We specialize in open source solutions including Drupal, React, D3.js and Angular, and tailor our work to the specific strategic needs of your project. Learn more

OUR PRODUCTS

Timeplots are carefully crafted, large format posters that provide a clear, comprehensive perspective of a specific subject. Every product is created to be lasting information art that reveals new patterns and details upon repeated viewings. See more

RECOGNITION

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