This project was formed by data collected in-house for Skiing Magazine’s 2011/2012 ski test—evaluating several different brands and types of skis. The end result is an interactive data visualization that reflects the results of the ski test data on a few key levels. I worked on concept, design and development.
How to Build a Shotski was an interactive editorial piece done for Skiing Magazine (skiinginteractive.com), that not only describes the process, but calculates the measurements and gives video examples of how to make a shotski. My role was to work with an editor to flesh out the concept, then illustrate, art direct and code it via ActionScript 3.
This was an interactive editorial infographic featured on skiinginteractive.com for Skiing Magazine. I was responsible for art direction, design and coding via ActionScript 2, taking the project from beginning to end.
Revenge of the Niño was an interactive data visualization that showed the course of a large storm over the Northwest and left a ton of snow. I used a time lapse video and data of the storm from NOAA to create a visual representation of the snow that had fallen. The user can scrub through to see how day, time, region and snowfall correlate. My roles included conceptual development, data visualization design, art direction and ActionScript for this project.