The graphic “How to forecast an American’s vote” got The Pudding Cup, as one of the best data-driven stories of 2018.
I am a visual journalist at The Economist, where I make graphics and interactives. I am also one of the co-founders of Politibot, a chatbot about Spanish and European politics. Previously, I worked at Populate, a civic tech studio.
Lately I’ve gotten into economic history, demography and Jean-Féry Rebel.
I am interested in the little of visualisation design.
I'll be on a call with Journocoders Indonesia the 24th explaining the D3 workflow at The Economist. Update: here are the slides.
Who’s ahead in the mid-term race?
The backlash against the predictive models of the 2016 election demonstrated that we need better ways to display uncertainty in data visualisation. After weeks of discussion we ended up with a design that prioritises straight chances —2 in 3 rather than 70%— and emphasises ranges. With Dan Rosenheck, Matt McLean and Evan Hensleigh.
A live election feed and analysis of the 2017 Catalan election. We focused on a binary question: does the party in question support the independence from Spain? I spent weeks writing a parser for the results and aggregating datasets to add a demographic context. With Eduardo Suárez.