1970 sticker album – image by John Cooper
When should you stop buying football stickers? I don’t mean how
old should you be – but rather, at what point does the law of diminishing returns mean that it no longer makes sense to buy yet another packet of five stickers?
This was the question that struck me after seeing
James Offer‘s ‘ How much could it cost to fill a World Cup Sticker Album?‘ Continue reading
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It’s not often I encounter a piece of data journalism which solves a common problem in the field – and it’s even rarer to find a piece of work which tackles
But that’s just what lean data journalism
Ampp3d did last week when it published a piece of visualisation on the deaths of construction workers in Qatar.
The two problems?
Creating impact on mobile – and making big numbers meaningful. Continue reading