Data Visualization and Web Design
The United States has taken a decenial census since 1780. Well, now you can see how the United States has grown in size.
Interactive graphic charting the swings of ideology in the US Senate. See the ideological rank of every Senator who has ever served.
Ticket Sales in LA
Who buys hockey tickets in LA? Using purchase data, we find out what parts of Los Angeles County has the most hockey fans.
NFL Draft and Ticket Sales
Does getting the first draft choice increase the value of a team's tickets? This chart looks at the relationship between ticket prices and draft picks.
One week's worth of data on a trip to New York City. A small gift to my dad.
On the two-year anniversary of the signing of the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill, the law firm asked me to make an infographic summarizing the history of the bill.
Retail Fairness Infographic
In order to spread the word that internet retailers pay less taxes than their brick-and-mortar counterparts, I designed this infographic for the International Council of Shopping Centers
Bill Owens for Congress Social Media Postcard
Bill Owens for Congress needed a digital postcard that could be shared with its volunteers. I made a small design showing the great work they have done.
Boots on the Ground: Troop Levels in Afganistan
This graph broke down the number of troops in Afghanistan over the past decade while also noting the number of troops who have died while serving in that country.
At my work, we have to keep track of clients and time. I never liked the interface that the official time-tracking program developed, so I made my own program to keep track of time.
Government Data: Adless Weather Info
In order to learn more and xml and how PHP parses that data, and in order to never have to go on weather.com again, I made a weather forecasting website.
I design and code websites. I love thinking about user-centered design, and I really like playing with sets of data.
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Some people have written nice things about my work: Financial Times and Forbes.