Kiln – Small Newsroom Portfolio 2014–15
Organisation: Kiln (United Kingdom)
Publication Date: 04/10/2015
DescriptionCategory 8: Best Entry from a Small Newsroom Kiln is a small data journalism studio working with large and small media partners and think tanks. Our portfolio since the last DJAs includes: Bigger projects • First World War – A data map-driven interactive documentary for the Guardian (http://kiln.it/projects/worldwar) • Urbanisation: Where, Why, When – A data-rich interactive and Talkie for SciDev.net looking at global urbanisation trends (http://kiln.it/projects/urban) • The Past, Present & Future of CO2 – An interactive with voiceover for WRI exploring a specially curated combined dataset about CO2 emissions (http://kiln.it/projects/wri) • Carbon Map 2014 – Major overhaul of Kiln's interactive cartogram tool focusing on climate change: redesigned, new data and now multilingual (http://www.carbonmap.org) • How much fossil fuel has been used in your lifetime? – Interactive ticker for the Guardian showing global fossil fuel extraction rates (http://kiln.it/projects/fuelticker) Smaller projects • Hard Times – audio-driven data visualisation based on the book by Tom Clark, for the Guardian and Yale University Press (http://kiln.it/projects/hardtimes) • EU Climate Spending 2015 – radial-chart interactive for Bankwatch exploring key messages in EU spending on climate issues (http://kiln.it/projects/eufunds2014) • Reading national signatures in urbanisation-income space – A Talkie for IIED unpicking the relationships between urbanisation and GPD (http://kiln.it/projects/urbanisation) • Global Cities Map – An interactive data map for IIED showing the growth in the number of large cities, with map and grid views (http://iied.local/cities/) Smaller projects for LSE (London School of Economics) • The Tertiary Tilt – a scroll-driven interactive graph exploring inequality and school enrollment (http://kiln.it/projects/tertiarytilt) • Inequality in the UK – an interactive visualisation and survey about income and wealth inequality (http://kiln.it/projects/inequalityuk) • New Media, Markets, Change – A time-series map of changing publishing trends during the German Protestant reformation (http://kiln.it/projects/newmediamarkets) • Statins – An interactive tool explaining the pros and cons of different statins and summarising their research history (http://kiln.it/projects/statins)
Technologies used for this project:HTML5, JavsScript, D3, SVG, Python, Mapnik, Talkie
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