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Building Social Innovation Maps (Strawman)

I received a list of agencies the other day from a manager of Audi in San Juan detailing the names of participants in a recent conversatory on social innovation networks that the company hosted. We at multiVERSIA will be tasked in the coming weeks with building out a set of visual information tools that allows the network members to gain more awareness of each other and lead to more frequent interactions. Here’s the result of the first pass, after I classified the data and injected it into a Kumu map.

Mapping Art Resources (Strawman)

I am beginning to collaborate with Antonio Gonzalez-Walker {Tony} on an effort to produce information resources and data visualizations for a client. The effort intends to produce information visualizations that residents can easily navigate to find art events and performances, while also providing a directory of art resources, producers, and other layers of participant data involved in the arts community.

I had a chance then to structure a fake data set and some fun producing basic (early) custom icons to import the strawman data layers into myMaps. The intention is that the client can more easily contribute to the design of the analytic and reporting resources. Below is the initial (v0) map.