a broad multi-lingual, multi-cultural view of visualizations created during the global COVID-19 pandemic.
articles and figures in a format that is available for teaching and research purposes.
a snapshot of information design practice during the pandemic period.
the range of qualitative and quantitative visualization possibilities.
a persistent record of ephemeral online visualization artifacts.
a portrait of this moment of inflection accelerating the transition from print to online.
both a problem space — how can visualization practice be used to address this problem — and a solution space — the techniques being used at different times, in different languages, in different contexts.