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Live Survey Visualization

I worked with two of my friends from graduate school, Matt Russell and Andrew Barrocas, to survey IA Summit 2016 attendees about their careers in design. The survey, which was conducted live at the event via Google Forms, explores a UX professional's history, current work, and their outlook on the field. I helped design the app, wrote the copy, and implemented the code, which is mainly Bootstrap, some jQuery and D3.js by way of a additional charting library. The app was supposed to be a conversation starter, so the cool thing about the project is that the visualizations would automatically update every 5 minutes to show how people were responding - I even got to talk to Louis Rosenfield about the findings as they happened!

Project Roles
Front-End Development
Web Apps
Live Survey Visualization