The Ad Technology industry is a lot like Hotel California. You can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave. I’m sure those in the space canRead More
I recently lost one of my favorite shirts, and I miss it. I was trying to explain to someone why I like that shirt so much, and it really wasRead More
I imagined this video would be well received, but I didn’t think it would take less than 6 months to get over 1,000,000 views. But, in fairness, those are ‘loads,’Read More
When I first started getting Google alerts every time Engadget used the word “Visualized:” at the start of their blog post titles, I felt good about it considering that’s theRead More
Today, Wes Grubbs, at Pitch Interactive released “Out of Sight, Out of Mind.” It is an immersive data visualization project highlighting important – but not always easy to see –Read More
The difference between creating a smooth running conference without any major glitches, and creating a conference that delivers a truly meaningful experience for the audience shouldn’t be confused. While notRead More
Update: This shirt is officially lucky. 4-0 for the season so far. Now making shirts for other regulars in those sections. Original: Getting excited for baseball season…. just designed andRead More
It was MTV Europe’s best video of the year in 2002. Over a decade later, Royksopp’s “Remind Me” is still a classic that I go back to and watch. DirectedRead More
I find myself totally amused with this band Ghost. So much so I’m actually taking 20 minutes of my day to write this post. We’re all familiar with bands thatRead More
This is a short op-ed originally written for Origin Magazine last year. This is a culture magazine, so the piece is written for an audience not familiar with Data Visualization . Using DataRead More
Thanks to my awesome Goddaughter, Miette. She’s only 2 years old, and clearly more artistically inclined than Danzig ever was. I knew I would someday reap the benefits of giving thisRead More
There is a lot of discussion about what Design Thinking is, but personally, I think it comes down to one major principle: ASK THE RIGHT QUESTIONS. In others words, don’tRead More
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