September 28, 2011
For the past few years I have developed many interactive and data visualization modules for several articles published by the journal. With each new project and its own challenges, I have realized how much I like to work in the field of data visualization. I also realized how important my knowledge from my previous formal medical illustration training, and user-centered design and user experience, is in creating data visualizations for the web . I hope to be inspired by the other members in this group and learn more about how each person is addressing the new technological advances and issues with the introduction of HTML5 and mobile platforms in general.
http://www.weeplaces.com/ http://www.alimdardesign.com/twitterlyrics/features.htm http://www-958.ibm.com/software/data/cognos/manyeyes/ http://fernandaviegas.com/themail/ http://circos.ca/ http://www.fernandaviegas.com/fleshmap.html http://hint.fm/luscious/
http://mediareview.nejm.org/MSImageReview/11_1111_Examples/2_VisualData/Paxton/Paxton_1012860_DataViz.html http://mediareview.nejm.org/MSImageReview/11_1111_Examples/2_VisualData/4_Pope_GrapMap/Pope_0805646.html http://mediareview.nejm.org/MSImageReview/11_1111_Examples/2_VisualData/3_Fisher_MapUSA/Fisher_0809794.html http://mediareview.nejm.org/MSImageReview/11_1111_Examples/2_VisualData/2_Bach_Graph/Bach_0807774.html http://mediareview.nejm.org/MSImageReview/11_1111_Examples/3_ClinicalDecisions/Type2Diabetes/ClinicalDecisionsMap102.html
I work at The New England Journal of Medicine as a Medical Illustrator and Interactive Medical Media Designer. I am responsible for developing a variety print figures and interactive modules for the web and print version of the Journal.