V for Wiki lets you discover Wikipedia content on your iPhone, iPad, and Apple watch.
It’s an App Store Editor’s Choice, it was named an App Store Best of 2016, and it received the prestigious Gold distinction at the 2017 German Design Award. Not only that, but it has received over 700 App Store ratings with a 4.8 star average worldwide.
Partly Cloudy is our award-winning infoviz weather app. The unique clock weather visualization shows a forecast that is both minimalist and dense. It visualizes a large amount of data, making for high information resolution per square centimeter.
Partly Cloudy has been featured by Apple on the iOS App Store, and has received critical acclaim from blogs, newspapers, and other media outlets.
Das Referenz was our first Wikipedia app for iPad. Encyclopedias have always reflected culture and style—and we built Das Referenz on this heritage. With an eye for detail, Das Referenz transformed Wikipedia’s vast stores of knowledge into a sleek package of clear layouts, world-class typography, and playful interactions.
The OECD Better Life Index visualizes key factors that contribute to well-being in OECD member countries. It goes well beyond measuring traditional criteria like GDP. Instead, the Better Life Index allows users to prioritize what matters to them most, creating a very personal, subjective ranking of the specific qualities of every country.
The OECD’s website is the go-to resource whenever policy-makers, scientists, educators, and students look for trustworthy statistics on the state of society.
Commissioned by the OECD in 2012, we teamed up with Moritz Stefaner to design the Data Portal, where visitors can browse and analyze a vast quantity of available datasets.
The Weather Radials poster tells the whole story of 2013’s four seasons—on a global scale. It lets you compare cities around the world, like Reykjavik, Los Angeles, and Seoul. Each Weather Radial shows a city’s big picture climate plus the weather of every single day of the year—all in a single, iconic visualization.
GED Viz highlights the streams of money, goods, and resources between countries in a very visual, very precise, very rich, and very interactive way. The built-in slideshow-creation and web-embedding features make it a powerful tool for anyone dealing with international trade—from students to policy-makers.
yetu’s vision was to make the connected home real—with an open-source, open-minded home gateway that connects services, entertainment electronics, and home appliances.
We helped yetu from the very beginning, developing concepts and prototyping various stages of the user interface.
EcoChallenge was our award-winning iPhone app that encouraged users to embrace a more sustainable lifestyle. It was created as a research project to trigger behavioral change through a playful mobile app.