Our goal at Juice is to give everyone the ability to design and share compelling data stories. We're always inspired by the The New York Times information design group (and many other data story authors). We want to bring this kind of data communication to every organization.
However, we sometimes forget to share publicly all the cool stuff we can do. We’re going to fix that, starting with this data story, an exploration of democratic presidential candidates and their influence on Twitter. It was crafted as a passion project by our very own Susan Brake.
She set out to answer a few key questions:
How do the candidates compare in the reach of their Twitter audience?
Who has Twitter momentum?
What are the candidates saying on Twitter that is drawing the most attention?
Give it a try. I expect you’ll learn something and enjoy the journey.
If you like it, keep in mind that we work with organizations of all types — start-ups, non-profits, large enterprises, and the public sector — to help them tell the stories in their data.