I answer questions I get from people who want to learn more about what it's like to work in data visualization. This post will be regularly updated as I get questions from others.
After freelancing in data visualization for a little over a year, I decided to call it quits. I reflect on what went wrong and what you could learn from my mistakes.
I've hit a roadblock in my dataviz creative process, so I set on a journey to learn how to draw. I embark on this new challenge motivated by my love of historical Chinese TV shows.
I created a new system where I keep track of wins I get in life with paper stars. It is a way to remind me of my progress so far through physical data visualization.
How could I show recipes beyond the standard cookbook? What are some ways I could visualize data that could last for generations to come?
With very little web development skills, I spent over 80 hours learning how to put my site together with Hugo and Netlify.
What it was like to create my first workshop and what I learned from the experience.