A mini-documentary featuring the stories of Seija Nelson and Richard Falls.
This is a slide show highlighting the six cities with the most total championships in the four major sports.
I’m taking a class called Advanced Camera and Editing, and this assignment is meant to demonstrate that I understand a few things involving shapes. This video is 40 seconds of pure shapes-related glory. Enjoy.
A beautiful Sunday afternoon is even more glorious when football is in the forecast. Watching Football from Chad Franzen on Vimeo.
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Click on the bold hyperlinks to see explanatory infographics. For the first time in 25 years, three athletic programs from high schools in Boulder, Louisville and Lafayette have won a state championship in the same calendar year. When the Boulder High School boys’ soccer team outlasted Broomfield, Saturday, to win the Class 5A state championship, … More High school athletic programs from Boulder, Lafayette see state title shift in 21st century
The website us.tomonews.com dedicates itself to the utilization of animated motion graphics to enhance its storytelling. While the site doesn’t appear to take itself too seriously with its reporting style, and may have a liberal bias, it does a creative and effective job of helping tell its stories with the use of animated motion graphics. … More Tomonews animates FBI decision not to prosecute Clinton for new emails
In a recent article on his website, fivethirtyeight.com, Nate Silver used charts and maps to demonstrate what it says in the headline: “Women Are Defeating Donald Trump” Silver utilized data from multiple polls to produce a chart which reveals a gender gap among voters. As one of the charts indicates, every poll shows that democratic … More Silver anticipates impact of female voters through mapping and data visualization