After much agonising judging, we are proud to announce the shortlist for this year’s World Dataviz Prize.
We cannot stress enough the high quality of the entries. So many beautiful, creative and technically accomplished pieces of work. We wish we could feature them all. (In fact, we probably will create a single gallery of all the work once the winner has been announced).
Thank you to our sterling panel of judges for their time and attention.
Alberto Cairo is a journalist, designer, and scholar who teaches visualization at the University of Miami. He’s the author of several books about visualization, such as ‘How Charts Lie’ (2019) and ‘The Truthful Art’ (2016).
Amanda Makulec is a data visualization designer who uses visualization, storytelling, and design thinking to transform how teams and organizations use data. She is also executive director of The Data Visualisation Society.
Gurman Bhatia is an an independent information designer, developer and award-winning data journalist based in New Delhi, India. She spent six years in newsrooms such as Reuters in Singapore, the Hindustan Times in Delhi, and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in the USA before going independent in 2021.
David McCandless is an author, writer and designer and founder of Information is Beautiful.
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