As part of the Linked Open Data Platform, the online tool «visualize.admin.ch» enables everyone to create interactive data visualizations based on the linked open data sources of the Swiss federal government. Visualizations can be created using a simple and guided user interface that embeds data visualization best practices to ensure that the resulting charts are effective and consistent.
On four Sundays a year, the Swiss vote on federal, cantonal, and communal topics. The ballot dashboard we created for the Tamedia media group provides up-to-date information before, during, and after the vote. The administration interface allows the news editors to enter trends, projections, and the final results from various sources and push them to their audience in real-time.
The Global Education Observatory is a gateway to education-related data. It builds on existing data from a range of sources, and gathers new information ensuring an exchange of information to improve the monitoring of SDG4 progress and relevant and emerging policy commitments.
This platform 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.
The Federal Statistical Office has the mandate of communicating statistical results to a wide audience in an easily understandable way. To help them present data effectively and consistently, we’ve developed a comprehensive style guide for data visualization applicable across media channels like print, online, and television. The new style guide was published as a living documentation of design principles, design specifications, chart templates, and more.
ElCom is responsible for monitoring prices and tariffs in the electricity sector in Switzerland. To support their mission, we’ve designed and developed a public information dashboard where policy-makers and consumers can analyse and compare electricity prices across cantons, municipalities, and network operators.
Aurum offers an innovative workout method using the newest technologies to provide a highly customized experience. Through a data-driven application, it aims to deploy maximal effect with minimal effort. We contributed to this workout experience by designing all digital touchpoints: the training screen, coach application, and athlete dashboard.
The Covid-19 Dashboard is the authoritative source of information about the epidemiological situation in Switzerland. The platform provides a diverse audience with understandable insights about the pandemic in the form of interactive tables, charts, and maps with a focus on readability, usability, and accessibility.
Our client CYP is committed to creating sustainable, effective continuing education and development solutions for their customers. To support their work, we designed and developed a user interface design system that adheres to the same standards of sustainability and efficiency. It allows them to evolve their products with ease and confidence.
Clusters are industry groups that play a significant role in Zurich's economy due to the high density of companies, research and educational institutions and professional organizations. By networking the players along the value chain, the Office of Economic and Labour Affairs of the Canton of Zurich aims to increase the innovative strength of the respective clusters as well as of the various clusters among themselves.
The online report «Education Progress» summarizes the key facts and trends in education around the world. It complements the information that is provided in the printed version of the Global Education Monitoring Report, the tool of the international community for the follow-up and review of progress towards a joint commitment.
Assigning the best fitting temporary workers to open job positions is a complex process for brokers of employment agencies. Dooly makes these tasks intuitive and efficient. We designed and developed a user interface design system to build a flexible and elegant information management platform.
The Going Digital Toolkit helps countries assess their state of digital development and formulate policy strategies and approaches in response. In collaboration with the OECD we designed and developed an interactive data exploration portal that combines indicators, policy guidance, and publications.
Swisscom analysts use Tableau to make big data visible and understandable and reveal important insights that drive the actions and decisions of internal teams and their clients. To help the organization present data effectively and consistently we established a comprehensive style guide for data visualization with instructions and best practices. Additionally, we have created a custom Tableau template with pre-formatted pages and examples of charts and compositions to support the analysts in the creation of data stories and dashboards.
A series of data-driven reporting and visual analysis around the 2019 Swiss Elections that provides valuable insights about Swiss political history, candidates and elected parliamentarians, parties and concerns of Swiss citizen.
The E-Cityplan panels located across the city of Zürich are here to help residents and visitors explore the area around them. A dynamic and interactive map is at the heart of this service in addition to a timetable for public transportation, event, local information, and emergency advice.
Vital signs. Medical grade. Anywhere. All the time. Biovotion’s solutions connect patients and providers throughout the continuum of care. From primary to hospital and home care. Dedicated, disease specific solutions for better health outcomes.
Some consumer goods are available all over the globe. To get a better understanding of purchasing power across the globe, we helped UBS create an explorable interactive index report visualizing insightful data on prices and earnings in 77 cities.
To celebrate Roger Federer’s 20th Grand Slam title and his 20th anniversary as a professional tennis player we published this interactive data story in close collaboration with SRG SSR. The article follows the career path of the Swiss tennis player and our analysis of his performance reveals how he became the best male tennis player of all time.
Violence Info is a collection of current, published scientific information on interpersonal violence. It provides information on the prevalence of violence, its consequences, risk factors, prevention and response strategies. The data for each category of violence is analyzable through various visualizations to present a more accurate picture of the magnitude, severity, and consequences for individuals and society.
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.
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 provides an infrastructure for the medium and long-term storage of digital data. To make these 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.
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.
To conclude a two year long study, the German Government commissioned us to create a digital report 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.
Flynt’s wealth management platform provides users with a holistic view of their wealth ecosystem. We helped to design and develop an initial version of the application, always with the goal to put the client in the center and to communicate even complex concepts in a simple an understandable way.
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.
A series of data-driven reporting and visual analysis around the 2015 Swiss Elections that provides valuable insights about Swiss political history, trends, the mechanics of the electoral system in Switzerland and the candidates.
Within the scope of a research project by the University of St. Gallen we designed and developed an interactive atlas to discover the public value of Swiss and German organizations.
The exploratory network application we created for the Zurich University of Applied Science interconnects the competences available in the various institutes of the university. Competences are clustered into topics and subtopics allowing you to zoom from a bird’s eye view down to the very details with ease.
For the Swiss newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung we created a series of 20 visualizations covering various topics related to national relevance, including the municipal disparity of electricity rates, the population development over the last 40 years and the flow of migration between the cantons. The visualizations have been essential part of a journalistic series and were optimized for desktop, mobile and print.
As part of an extensive online coverage about the Swiss snowboarder Iouri Podladtchikov for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, we helped the Neue Zürcher Zeitung create and implement an interactive portrait to show all his talents.
The Social Progress Index measures the extent to which countries provide for the social and environmental needs of their citizens. Researchers, policymakers and journalists can explore, evaluate, and compare the performance of over 50 countries in the different areas of social progress.
Together with the Swiss newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung, we tell the story of people affected by the happenings in Fukushima in March 2011. We designed and implemented a media-rich reading experience that attempts to paint an accurate picture of the humanitarian situation two years after the triple catastrophe.
The pilot housing project called Ecoplace in Zürich offers its residents sustainable living in a convenient environment. Using intelligent technology, the daily consumption of water, electricity and heat is tracked for every apartment. The reporting tool we designed and developed visualizes this data to give residents immediate feedback and motivates them to adjust their behavior – always with the goal to reduce consumption to a minimum.
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.
In collaboration with iart interactive we developed the user interface of an interactive media table for Raiffeisen. The user interface’s visual design specifically matches surrounding scenography and Raiffeisen’s corporate identity. It is dynamically generated from the underlying content and reacts organically to the user’s interactions.
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