[Ráfaga]Nº1401: colors, feminism, migrations

Jorge Sanz xurxosanz at gmail.com
Tue Sep 8 02:51:48 PDT 2020

Nº1401: colors, feminism, migrations

Tue, 08 Sep 2020 by Raf

* There's a correlation in the USA between landscape colors and vote
intention, as this report demonstrates and can help anticipate
election results


* "Data Feminism" by Catherine D'Ignazio and Lauren Klein presents a
new way to think about science and ethics, based on intersectional
feminist ideas


* Graphic design and map composition contribute to a negative
interpretation of the migration process and are designed to produce
rejection and negative feelings. There are alternatives like Sankey



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