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Jennifer Daniel is the Graphics Director at Bloomberg BusinessWeek. Part designer, part illustrator, part editor her conceptual, clever, and content-driven approach to graphicshas been published in many fancy publications like the New York Times, Wired, and the New Yorker. Her work has been exhibited from New York to Japan and recognized by D&AD's yellow pencil, ADC's gold cube, TDC's judge's choice, and American Illustration. She teaches Visual Narratives at SVA and sometimes lectures at schools like Columbia University and MICA: Maryland Institute College of Art. Jennifer lives and works in New York.

 

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  Leo The Senate Model, The New York Times  By: Amanda Cox, Mike Bostock, Shan Carter, Jennifer Daniel

Leo The Senate Model, The New York Times
By: Amanda Cox, Mike Bostock, Shan Carter, Jennifer Daniel

  GOOOOOOOOOOOOOALS Hear Around the World, The New York Times   The world’s best soccer players bring their own unique style to the game. So it is only fitting that the commentators react in kind — calling a goal with passion and personality. The jubilance that expands a commentator’s call of “goal” to fill five, six, even 10 seconds of time seems universal, but there is regional variation. Different languages play a part, but so do regional sensibilities and the spirit of individual announcers.

GOOOOOOOOOOOOOALS Hear Around the World, The New York Times

The world’s best soccer players bring their own unique style to the game. So it is only fitting that the commentators react in kind — calling a goal with passion and personality. The jubilance that expands a commentator’s call of “goal” to fill five, six, even 10 seconds of time seems universal, but there is regional variation. Different languages play a part, but so do regional sensibilities and the spirit of individual announcers.

  Who Do You Hate and Love:    Visualizing your emotions during the NCAA, The New York Times   By Andrew Wilson and Jennifer Daniel

Who Do You Hate and Love: Visualizing your emotions during the NCAA, The New York Times
By Andrew Wilson and Jennifer Daniel

  How Close They Came to Winning,  The New York Times   By Shan Cater, Jennifer Daniel, and Kevin Quealy

How Close They Came to Winning, The New York Times
By Shan Cater, Jennifer Daniel, and Kevin Quealy

  The Arsenal, The New York Times  By Jennifer Dainel, Alicia DeSantis, Shan Carter, and Tony Cenicola

The Arsenal, The New York Times
By Jennifer Dainel, Alicia DeSantis, Shan Carter, and Tony Cenicola

  Fourth,  The New York Times    Produced by Ken Belson, Sam Borden, John Branch, Shan Carter, Jennifer Daniel, Sam Dolnick, Nancy Donaldson, Josh Keller, Jim Luttrell, Mary Pilon, Justin Sablich, David Segal, and Joe Ward.

Fourth, The New York Times

Produced by Ken Belson, Sam Borden, John Branch, Shan Carter, Jennifer Daniel, Sam Dolnick, Nancy Donaldson, Josh Keller, Jim Luttrell, Mary Pilon, Justin Sablich, David Segal, and Joe Ward.

  4th Down Bot,  The New York Times   By: Kevin Queally, Shan Carter, Tom G, and Jennifer Daniel

4th Down Bot, The New York Times
By: Kevin Queally, Shan Carter, Tom G, and Jennifer Daniel

  Constellations of Directors and Their Stars,  The New York Times   By: Mike Bostock, Alicia Desantis, and Jennifer Daniel

Constellations of Directors and Their Stars, The New York Times
By: Mike Bostock, Alicia Desantis, and Jennifer Daniel

  The How To Issue  Businessweek   With: Allison McCann and Stephanie Davison

The How To Issue Businessweek
With: Allison McCann and Stephanie Davison

  The Rise of Long-Term Joblessness,   Bloomberg Businesweek   By: Evan Applegate, Peter Coy, and Jennifer Daniel  The number of people unemployed for more than six months in the U.S. grew sharply from 2001 to 2010 and hasn’t shrunk much since, even though there are more job openings.

The Rise of Long-Term Joblessness,  Bloomberg Businesweek
By: Evan Applegate, Peter Coy, and Jennifer Daniel

The number of people unemployed for more than six months in the U.S. grew sharply from 2001 to 2010 and hasn’t shrunk much since, even though there are more job openings.

  Disapearing Foods, The New York Times   Profiling 93 foods once common in American kitchens but now in danger of disappearing. Some are livestock breeds or varieties of crop plants; others are wild species such as the Carolina flying squirrel.

Disapearing Foods, The New York Times

Profiling 93 foods once common in American kitchens but now in danger of disappearing. Some are livestock breeds or varieties of crop plants; others are wild species such as the Carolina flying squirrel.

  Skype Spies,  Bloomberg Businessweek   By: Jennifer Daniel  These are 20 of the more than 2,000 words and phrases, compiled by computer scientist Jeffrey Knockel, that prompt Skype in China to intercept written messages. Roll over the phrases to reveal the words the hackers were targeting. (For the full story: Skype’s Been Hijacked in China, and Microsoft Is O.K. with It)

Skype Spies, Bloomberg Businessweek
By: Jennifer Daniel

These are 20 of the more than 2,000 words and phrases, compiled by computer scientist Jeffrey Knockel, that prompt Skype in China to intercept written messages. Roll over the phrases to reveal the words the hackers were targeting. (For the full story: Skype’s Been Hijacked in China, and Microsoft Is O.K. with It)

  Goth is Dead, Long Live Goth,  The New York Times   By Jennifer Daniel and Alicia DeSantis. Illustrated by Jenny Zych.   

Goth is Dead, Long Live Goth, The New York Times
By Jennifer Daniel and Alicia DeSantis. Illustrated by Jenny Zych.

 

  Goth is Dead, Long Live Goth,  The New York Times    By Amanda Cox, Kevin Queally, Jennifer Daniel and David Leonhardt

Goth is Dead, Long Live Goth, The New York Times
By Amanda Cox, Kevin Queally, Jennifer Daniel and David Leonhardt