I like to move it, move it! Turns out, if you stare at the monitor for long enough, try out n+1 options to finally make some elements move: you’ll succeed. Here come my weekly exercises in p5.js you can follow along.
Utilization dashboard design
At the beginning of this year, I got a project to prepare a decent looking demo dashboard in Power BI for our company to use at presales meetings. I chose the topic of utilization as it’s something everyone is interested in, regardless of the industry they’re working in. Tracking the productivity and efficiency of employees […]
Red Flags and Long Nights
I drew my first riot girl in December for a dataviz project and I’m still crazy about these grey illustrations with a twinge of red. This redraw was my practice for the weekend, inspired by the song by She Wants Revenge, Red Flags and Long Nights.
I’ve been long struggling with drawing hands but ended up either dropping the idea or covering them up somehow. A couple of weeks ago I saw a beautiful pocket universe illustration on Pinterest and thought I’ll just give it a try. It didn’t turn out as perfect but seems okayish as a first attempt.
Who wants to sleep in a city that never wakes up?
When my Wacom tablet arrived in November I started sketching the below girl, my very first freehand drawing. It has been put aside for a while but I started finishing it up yesterday evening. As she looks like the type of rebel who listens to Arctic Monkeys in a city that never wakes up I […]
I’ve been listening to the Silversun Pickups a lot lately and having a hard crush on the song called Lazy eyes, I decided to put my recently lazy hands into use. I don’t have the slightest idea of what popular eye colors mean, but as long as Wikipedia has this covered, let’s just be cool […]
BUD Airport Traffic Statistics
The below infographic I made for a Hungarian dataviz competition, where the data was provided by the Budapest Airport. As the dataset was not that complicated, containing only a date field, country and city as dimensions and three measures (air traffic movement, number of passengers and the capacity of the plane), I saw no use […]
Wine festival infographic
In the past couple of days, I was working on a monumental infographic for a winery. I almost spent 40 hours creating the graphs and icons in Adobe Illustrator, the wine regions of Italy taking 3 hours of drawing in itself. Even though this was an immense piece of work, I learned a lot during […]
I haven’t left the house for 48 hours as I’m not feeling that well lately plus I caught some kind of a virus. To chase my negative thoughts away I started to redraw my swimming girl into this quiet loneliness.
Hungarian pay hills and valleys
I was asked by the Hungarian National Academy of Sciences to draw some infographics on the status of the national labour market. The series will contain four pages in the following topics: educational differences, pay gap visualization by gender, women by top career choices and the situation of mothers with small children. The first two […]
New KITS on the block
I just received my first drawing pad (a Wacom Intuos) yesterday and I literally can’t put the pen down ever since I unpacked it. I had the idea of the first illustration to create long before it has arrived. I read a drama by one of my favourite contemporary Hungarian poets (Je suis Amphitryon by […]
Say aloe to my little friends
Plants and I are in a continuous on-again, off-again relationship. Me trying to care, but they refuse to stay alive. The greatest shock came to me this summer when my all-time partner in crime, the dwarf pine threw up the sponge after 3 years. Even if there are hardships in life – in this case, […]
Some weeks ago I found this message in my fortune cookie: Pray for what you want, and work for what you need! After reading it, the thanks for nothing feeling was sweeping through me, pulping in my veins ever since, so I decided to bake my own misfortune cookies that will contain messages against humanity. […]
This work of mine is an odd one out in the series of my data-driven designs. My very first standalone illustration was inspired by my boyfriend. A couple of weeks ago I was travelling home looking through the window of a stranger’s car when the idea popped into my mind. Making a personalized Scrabble board […]