TomCast is a research tool for financial market forecasts that allows tracking and analyzing published forecasts to understand their quality. We designed and developed an initial version of the product in close collaboration with the client and continue to support them in developing their product’s strategy so they can reach their vision of a collaborative approach to forecasting.
The Ava bracelet and application allows women to effortlessly track nine different physiological parameters. To transform the collected data into insights, we designed a new statistics and analysis page for the mobile application which includes compelling yet simple-to-read data visualizations.
Lobbywatch is a research platform for journalists which sheds light on the interests between the Swiss national and state councils and companies. Our redesign simplifies the search for and analysis of people, organizations, and lobby groups.
The ETH Library has an impressive and extensive archive of rare books and also provides an infrastructure for the medium and long-term storage of digital data. To make those resources and services more accessible to the public we designed and developed Explora. This mobile-first website holds a series of carefully curated articles which are published by the ETH Library staff on a quarterly basis.
To conclude a two year long study, the German Government commissioned us to create a platfrom presenting the gathered facts and gained insights. A total of 46 indicators grouped in 12 dimensions document the current state and future trends of wellbeing in Germany.
The Swisscom Cockpit gives their users detailed insights and full control over their costs when they use mobile data and make calls. We designed and implemented a responsive frontend that´s easy to use and accessible across all mobile devices.
For the UNESCO we designed and built the World Inequality Database on Education. It visualizes the current state of education for over 100 countries and enables you to look beyond the averages, see the disparities and identify which demographic groups are the most disadvantaged.
In collaboration with Lift and Near Future Laboratory, we visualized the digital traces left by people´s mobile phones in the city of Geneva. The animation and eight posters were shown near Geneva central station from February 20th to March 4th 2012.