With illustrations rather than photos and fully custom styling, we take our readers on a journey to the bottom of a fjord that’s running out of oxygen.
We’d previously asked our readers where they feel unsafe on their bicycle. This article takes them on a ride along Bergen’s most dangerous cycle paths.
My favourite part of this project was the data gathering. I built a reusable toolchain that lets users tip us off about places by drawing them on a map.
(It also cured me of my fear of WebGL.)
The municipal reform of 2020 redrew borders across Norway. In the newly born Vestland county, 25 municipalities disappeared. This article is a homage.
Mountain running is more popular in Norway than I (a foreigner) can understand. I built an interactive visualisation of Bergen’s most popular uphill race.
In a simulated race, readers can see how far ahead of their friends they were at any point in the course – or how far behind the winner.
Heavily inspired by dating apps, we let readers swipe through a stack of political and personal opinions to find the candidate who most resembles them.
In 2019, Bergen’s system of toll roads expanded as prices were increased. Our interactive route planner told readers how much more their commute was going to cost them.
A visual journey through eight decades of elections in Germany featuring campaign posters, election results, interviews with first-time voters and historical front pages.
One of my first projects at Der Tagesspiegel takes readers on an auditory journey through the German capital.
I’m especially happy with the virtual audio tours that let readers listen in at any point along a path on a map. I had to find a way to let colleagues cut the audio track while keeping it in sync with the GPS track.