Data Visualization of Seattle Construction Hotspots

In the winter of 2014 I created a data visualization of Seattle’s “hottest” neighborhoods when it came to the construction of new housing using a program called Tableau. Using methods in Microsoft Excel that I learned in a data journalism course, I filtered down a list of Seattle’s current permitting applications to only view the entries that were approved and that were being used as places of residency. This was my first time telling a visual story with data and the project opened my eyes to the wealth of data sources available in the public domain and the potential stories hiding within them.

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Interactive version available here.

Website for Foggy Valley Winery

After working at a wine tasting room over the summer of 2014, I connected with a winery named Foggy Valley that was seeking somebody to put together a website for their brand. Building on the WordPress skills that I was introduced to with the Globalist, I built up a website from a basic template that I chose with the client. I set up a web server with a third party and used a SFTP client to customize the look of the site. This taught me the basics of efficient client communication and how to organize the main elements of a basic website.

foggyvalley.com 

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