Manual data design from Stefanie Posavec

Posted to Data Art  |  Tags:  |  Nathan Yau

Designer Stefanie Posavec talks about her process of data collection, analysis, and design. There’s a lot of advantages to knowing how to program, but there can also be value in meticulous manual discovery if you’re willing to put in that extra time.

Of course, it’s still all about the data:

So what inspires this level of analysis? “I’m interested in things that appeal to the really vigorous detailed aspect in me,” she explains. “Everything I have done so far has revolved around things that I love such as books, language, maths and numbers. As long as I’m looking at something that I’m really interested in, it makes the days and hours of sifting through and analysing a subject easier.”

[Stefanie Posavec via feltron]

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