The Laxfield UK CRE Debt Barometer, with analytics by Elizabeth Martin, was featured in the FT again today. Selected visualisations from the report below!
A few of my friends have called me ‘brave’ for leaving what is deemed by society to be a good job. But the way I see it,… Read more “Life values: there’s something to be said for taking stock once in a while”
Patterns are frequently used in art, since their structure is very appealing to the eye. They appear widely in nature, inspiring their use in cities and architecture, patterns in… Read more “Patterns in art”
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In my most recent project role, I’ve been working on some visualisations to better describe a media platform’s audience characteristics, amongst other things. Here are some of… Read more “Media visualisations”
I recently found out that visualisation originated from maps – I always knew there was a reason I enjoyed Geography A-level 😉 I remember spending hours poring over… Read more “Beauty in maps”
Last night I went with a few colleagues to a ‘Mindful Origami’ workshop in Knightsbridge, led by Samuel Tsang (hashtag thanks to his wife: Origami + mindfulness… Read more “Patterns in paper”