A blog about digital media, innovation and design.

by Maxime Loisel

The Privacy Project

This new Opinion series from The New York Times examines the future of privacy. But it’s the form of the project that’s quite worthwhile: it’s presented as a limited-run vertical, called “The…

Key Clues From Mueller’s Probe

The Mueller investigation is proving to be a relentless source of inspiration for interactives and data visualization projects. This story from Bloomberg focuses on several areas of the investigation, providing an interactive…

How to catch a catfisher

The Guardian published a cool story about catfishing. The illustrations and mockups from social media accounts really stand out and are an integral part of the piece. A very cool read.

The 2020 Endorsement Primary

FiveThirtyEight launched a page that tracks the endorsements of each candidate in the 2020 Democratic primary. Every endorsement by a party official is not equal, so the tracker assigns it a “point…

Gone in a Generation

The Washington Post explores the consequences of climate change with a new interactive that mixes text, video and data visualization. It tells the stories of four Americans whose lives have been severely…

The internet, but not as we know it

The Guardian published a cool interactive about the many shapes of the Internet, focusing on states like China, Russia or Cuba. The article is designed as an immersive experience — a good idea…

Unthinkable

The Trump presidency is almost 2 years old, and The Atlantic is celebrating with a nice special project. The magazine asked 50 writers to analyze the most memorable and revealing moments of…

The 2020 Draft

Sometimes it doesn’t take much to make a simple idea stand out. The data journalism website FiveThirtyEight is proving it with its new video series, called ‘The 2020 Draft‘. It’s basically a…