Your Brain on Art

Published in The Washington Post, September 2017

Your Brain on Art

I was a lead editor and project manager on this story, which explained the effect that performance art has on the human brain. We combined video, motion graphics, composite photography and words into a stunningly rich visual experience.

Role: Editing, project management, storyboarding, prototyping

Visually communicating uncertainty: An experiment

I was just reading this article by Nate Silver in fivethirtyeight, which explores the different ways journalists miscommunicate probabilities.

This particular sentence caught my interest: “People associate numbers with precision, so using numbers to express uncertainty in the form of probabilities might not be intuitive.”

So, what if we tried to visually communicate that imprecision. Instead of 25.4 percent, which feels very solid, we represented it as 25.4 percent.