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Tiffany is currently working as a freelance information designer, turning data into visual stories for a wide variety of clients. She has worked on a diverse range of projects, from making complex datasets understandable to live-charting the US elections and designing data-driven installations. She is fuelled by good coffee, books and boardgames.
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Too often when working in information design, you’ll hear the request, “Can you make the data look cool?” “Cool” is a rather ambiguous term, and means different things to different people.
Unfortunately, when working with data, the term “cool” is often directly juxtaposed with common charts like line, bar and pie, which are often relegated to the backbench, and written off as “boring.”