Shellsi is Si Hammond when he's working on helping people be smarter with their data.

Read more about that or check out some shareable cases below.

Skills Heat for Dice, Inc.

Dice is a job board for Tech Professionals with vast data on the skills companies are looking for and those that candidates are offering.

By combining these elements of supply and demand, it is possible to come up with a valuable measure of the 'heat' of a particular skill. I was able to advance an earlier visualisation for much easier insight and enhanced experience all round.

In addition, I incorporated various groupings and trendlines in a way that layered on insight in a way that enriched rather than obscured the presentation.

We had lots of great feedback in places like Fast Company and are still iterating.

Read more about the evolution of this design and explore the interactive visualisation.

Six Months On for Refugee Rights Data Project

The Refugee Rights Data Project gathers and reports solid data on the refugee situation in places like Calais and Chios. For one recent report - Six Months On - I supplemented it with an interactive visualisation using stick figures as an alternative to standard charts like pie and bar chart.

The aim was to humanise the data in a somewhat novel way, mapping responses into properties of the figures (like gender and age) and having them dynamically regroup in response to survey questions.

Read the case background and explore the interactive.