By simulating what would happen if all Covid‑19 deaths in Brazil happened in your neighborhood, “No Epicentro” tries to humanize an evergrowing number
I’m currently studying for my master’s in interaction design at Malmö University, where I try to envision nuanced behaviors between technology and humans.
Also, I recently helped a Swedish NGO on creating global-facing projects. At Datastory, we focused on turning important issues into beautiful tools, free for everyone.
Before that, at Questtonó, an innovation consultancy, I helped companies like Ambev by creating early prototypes and conducting face-to-face user research.
As a leader, I helped a team of 5 people in projects that combined data, design and web development at Estadão, a major Brazilian media company.
The last project we created was the sole winner of the Information is Beautiful Awards 2019, in the Best Non-English category.
Back in 2017, I won an award in the same category. The story was featured on the Data Viz Today podcast and picked as the most beautiful of the year by Data Curious.
As a speaker, I talked about humanizing numbers at Dataviz.Rio and conducted workshops on how to get insights from charts at Coda.Br and Rede Globo.Check my resume