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 have just concluded my master’s in interaction design at Malmö University, where I experimented with electronic sensors (using Arduino and Raspberry Pi) and studied tangible interfaces.
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