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Amanda is a graphics editor at the New York Times, where she creates charts and maps for the print and web versions of the paper. Before joining the Times in 2005, she received a Master’s degree in statistics. With a focus on data visualization and a fondness for slightly conceptual pieces, her work with colleagues has won several awards, including top honors at Malofiej, the largest international infographics contest.
Zach is one of the co-founders of openFrameworks, a C++ library for creative coding. His work uses technology in a playful way to break down the fragile boundary between the visible and the invisible. He's most recently been immersed in the EyeWriter project, a low-cost, open source hardware and software toolkit that helps people draw with their eyes. EyeWriter has won numerous international awards and was listed as one of the 50 best inventions in 2010 by Time Magazine.
Nicholas is a designer a who spends much of his time thinking about data, charts and our daily routines. The co-founder of daytum.com, and author his own annual Feltron report, he has visualized data for Wired, CNN, Fast Company, Time and the Wall Street Journal just to name a few. He also won the SXSW Web Awards Best of Show, 2009; We Tell Stories. He recently moved to California to join the product design team at Facebook.