Sydney data visualization firm Small Multiples worked with Special Broadcasting Service to make the 2011 Australian census more accessible to the public. They broke the data into "digestible bits," visualized the bits through crisp, clear design, and added descriptive text to help people understand what they're seeing. The result is the Census Explorer, an interactive site that lets users manipulate inputs and engage with the charts, graphs, and density maps.
Found on Information Aethetics.
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