A blog about digital media, innovation and design.

by Maxime Loisel

The 1619 Project

The New York Times Magazine is commemorating the 400th anniversary of the first African slaves landing in America with a remarkable project. It’s namely called “The 1619 Project” and it cleverly combines…

The real Boris Johnson

The Guardian published a great series about Boris Johnson, the UK’s likely next Prime Minister. It has a great creative direction, that especially shines in this animated timeline of Johnson’s most improbable…

Meet the Candidates

The 2020 presidential campaign is heating up in the U.S, and the New York Times just released an excellent project to help voters out. They interviewed 22 of the Democratic candidates on…

Summer Reading

The New York Times published a great “Summer Reading” guide. It’s well designed, easy to read and full of charming illustrations. (Interestingly, The Book Review section of the Times now also has…

A guide to the European elections

Le Monde has published a great series of visual articles related to the upcoming European elections. The first article focuses on the organisation of the election, with cool illustrations that make it…

NYC Pride: Tell Us Who You Are

The NYT puts an interesting twist on its annual Gay Pride coverage with this participative article asking people to write down how they would describe themselves (and their sexual/gender/race identity). “Tell Us…

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…