Interactive visualizations that you can play with and find insights on your own.
Comic Data Storytelling
Comic narratives of actionable insights that you can create to drive-decisions
Here's an easy guide on how to wrap long text labels in charts using vega js
This post focuses on using the deductive structure of storytelling to create animated gifs
An interactive comic data visualization that analyzes the number of social distancing complaints reported to NYC-311 in New York neighborhood
Obesity is a worldwide pandemic across nations, rich and poor. This visual comic data story identifies countries where obesity largely impacts the health of citizens
In a hackathon organised around storytelling, we created personalised bookmarks that capture the unique interests and personality of our audience.
Physical data visualizations ar emade using tangible elements such as threads, beads, etc. Here are some lessons learned from creating physical data visualizations.
Can't draw, but want to create comic strips? Try your hand at Gramener's ComicGen, now with 6 unique characters.
Read a review from Duncan Geere on Joyful Data and how he used it to create a data art in just 5 minutes.
GIFs can tell an entire story in a few seconds. Find out how you can do this with dynamic visuals.
This generative data art project aims at capturing the distinct portrait of an individual. Try it Yourself.
Let’s take the bird inside the box scenario. The bird is flying but it’s always inside the box. This makes it easy to track it’s flying pattern by the observer.
Art produced in this manner is often called Generative Art. Here’s a collection of plotted generative artworks from Story Labs.
This article presents Put a Pin on It, an interactive physical visualisation exhibited at the Agami Summit in November 2019 by Gramener’s Storylabs.