We’re so excited to announce the launch of a new site for Alice’s Table! Keep reading for a behind-the-scenes look at the redesign.
We’ve been hard at work this summer getting two new sites launched and visualizing Red Sox scores! One of our favorites from before the All-Star break was this citrus pie chart for a game against Tampa Bay.
While we’re working on a new web app for Alice’s Table, we’re also creating some comps for their marketing materials and pitch decks.
Both the Sox and Blue Jay’s pitching staffs were solid on Sunday afternoon but Boston picked up the win. Follow our Red Sox visualization project on Dribbble.
The newest addition to our design book library (and already one of our favorites): Stuart Tolley’s Min: The New Simplicity in Graphic Design.
The Red Sox handed the Oakland A’s a huge loss on May 9th, knocking in 14 runs to win by seven. Check out our entire score visualization project on Dribbble.
Got the final proof back from the printer for the Stanton Foundation Nuclear Security conference “welcome package.”
For the Patriots’ Day Red Sox game, we visualized the final score as a flag, representing the Blue Jays four runs with blue stripes, the Red Sox three runs with red stripes, and the game’s 15 hits as stars. Follow the whole project on Dribbble.
For every Red Sox game this season, we’ll be visualizing the final score — through data visualization, illustration, and typography. You can follow along on Dribbble.
Tonight’s the third annual National Evening of Science on Screen! If you’re looking for a little enlightenment with your popcorn, find a program near you.