2016 | scenario-building, waste, gis
A scenario-building tool that helps users envision a Zero Waste New York City.
Used at a workshop hosted as part of my Master’s Thesis. Participants included community members, activists, urban planners, and waste management specialists.Project site »
tools: AngularJS, Node. js, Leaflet, Highcharts, speculative design
2018 | maps, data vis, web
An interactive map of every street in Brazil visualized by the gender of its name.
The bar graph on the right displays the sum of streets for the current view, and is updated on- the-fly when the map is moved.Project site »
2017 | maps speculative design
A workshop where participants discuss the social and political implications of smart cities through speculative design and cartography.
Participants create speculative scenarios for a future 'São Paulo Smart City.' Then, they design basemaps and map-based narratives for their scenarios.Project site »
tools: Mapbox, Odyssey.js, speculative design
team: Leila Santiago
2017 | narrative, web, research
A side-scrolling visualization displaying the several possible journeys for New York City’s waste.
The visualization was designed as a cross-section of these journeys, and uses photo montages, texts, and animated maps to convey its logistics.Project site »
client: Open House New York
2018 | research, maps, web
Based on never before visualized Census Data, the map allows the comparison of commute times in and accross different Brazilian cities.
Developed as part of a research paper, presented at the Brazilian National Transportation Agency Congress, 2018.Project site »
tools: QGIS, SQL, PostGIS, CARTO
team: Pedro Guedes Romero Maia
publications: ANTP Congress, 2018
2017 | research, analysis, maps
Analysis of areas in the city of São Paulo where there is no residential package delivery (red) or longer times for delivery (purple), because of 'saftety concerns'.
Spatializing this data, previously locked in pdfs, showed the spatial disparity in service. Poor neighborhoods in the city’s periphery accounted for the great majority of these areas.Project site »
tools: data scraping, QGIS, PostGIS, CARTO
2018 | data vis, narrative, bots
A Twitter bot documenting cases of persons killed 'as a consequence of resisting police action' in the state of São Paulo.
It tweets street-level imagery of the location of the killing, along with data about the victims, prompting questions about police violence, inequality, place, and justice.Project site »
tools: Python, OpenStreetMap, Google Street View
2018 | maps, narrative, web
Conquer and Divide is a map-focused, scrolling narrative about the occupation of Palestine, commissioned by the Israeli NGO B'Tselem.
As the user scrolls, map layers and animations are triggered, narrating a timeline of the more than five decades of occupation.Project site »
team: Francesco Sebregondi (Project Coordinator)
client: Forensic Architecture