Data visualisations created for The Times, complete with code.
A Weekly Journal of Visual Essays
Some lovely data visualisation here.
An illustrated history of digital iconography.
But, like, have you have ever really looked at your hand?
Sara enumerates some handy tips aimed squarely at designers exporting SVGs. It focuses on Illustrator in particular but I’m sure a lot of this could equally apply to Sketch.
I’m not sure how I managed to miss this site up until now, but it’s right up my alley: equal parts urban planning, ethnography, and food science.
Chris takes a look at all the different ways you can use SVG today.
Everything you ever wanted to know about using SVG today.
The not-so-new-but-hella-fun aesthetic.
The Old Aesthetic. It’s eighties-tastic!
A plug-in for Illustrator that allows you to export to canvas.
Telling stories with data — the video.
Beautiful chemistry visualisations using canvas.
A site on designing with data from the author of Visual Language For Designers: Principles For Creating Graphics That People Understand.
Nifty old-school 8-bit tiles superimposed on OpenStreetMap data.
Two little tips courtesy of Dan.
Dave has been experimenting with processing and documenting the results here.
A set of icons (in different sizes) from various trendy websites to use in your designs.