In 2014, information designers Stefanie Posavec (in London) and Giorgia Lupi (in New York) embarked on a year-long "slow data" project. Every week for a year, each of them would collect data on a specific aspect of their daily lives, and summarize the results in a hand-drawn visualization, and send it to the other on a postcard. This short video explains the project (with to my colleague Micheleen Harris for pointing it out!):
You can see some of the postcards at the Dear Data project site (the complete collection is included in this book). Here's just one example from Giorgia, categorizing every door she walked though during a week in February:
That's all from us here at the blog for this week. We'll be back on Monday -- see you then!