A CalMatters project designing and developing a “card stack” template to explain complicated topics, in this case why housing costs in California are so damn high.
There’s a new Trump tracker in town, but this one is focused on the push and pull between Washington and the Golden State.
The narrative-driven choice-based game puts the player in the shoes of a “parachute kid,” a teenager from China who arrives in the U.S. to learn English and enter an American university, all while living alone.
Also published in the East Bay Express If money given to candidates is an indication of how important the 2014 Oakland mayoral race is going to be, then this election is gearing up to be a serious clash of perspectives in how to tackle Oakland’s biggest issues. Check out my data-driven web app showing the […]
Data app showing exploring firearm violence in Oakland and who are its victims.
Craft breweries are reclaiming the can. In what is a growing trend, canning craft brews is becoming a win for breweries, consumers, and entrepreneurs.
In a time of dwindling city revenues, austerity, and the end of the cash cow that was redevelopment, cities are continuing to explore ways to plug gaping budgetary holes and raise cash for projects.
An analysis of the Oakland Fire Department by gender and race.
As states provide legal ways for socially conscious corporations to form, innovators seize on the opportunity to hardwire social capitalism into their company’s bylaws.