I'm delighted to launch the second season of Explore Explain, a long-form video and podcast series about data visualisation design.
For episode one it was a pleasure to welcome Gurman Bhatia. We had a detailed conversation about the design story behind her visualisation for Reuters titled 'The figures behind the faces', which was published in May 2019.
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Here are further links to some of the key resources mentioned during this episode:
- Gurman's works about the Indian Elections for the Hindustan Times: 'Islands of women' and 'The last time fewer women ran for the Himachal Pradesh assembly was 19 years ago'
- From the Sri Lanka attacks, 'A decade of peace shattered'
- Slides from Archie Tse Malofiej talk, 2016