Journal posts
State of the Art of Sports Data Visualization: Part I – Format Recommendations 10 June 2019 - In this section we take a look at some new ways to present data, from rankings and relative quality to the importance of storytelling,  and how they may engage new audiences based on our experience of designing for global reach.… more
State of the Art of Sports Data Visualisation: Introduction 10 June 2019 - We were interested to see the paper State of the Art of Sports Data Visualization by Charles Perin et al., published last year. At After the flood, we have worked on several sports data projects. Sports data complement other means… more
How AI can help your organisation with lean decision making 7 June 2019 - At After the flood, we are often asked to develop products that create predictive analytics, rather than passive displays of information or data due to the perceived value in AI services. Back in 2009, we spoke at the O’Reilly Big… more
Build ownership capacity or innovation projects will die 30 May 2019 - We have been making new digital products and services for clients for more than eight years. During this time we have learned that new products will not survive if ownership capacity is not developed by the external teams who work… more
Player Barometer used in Europa League coverage 23 May 2019 - It’s great to see our work on the UEFA Player Barometer showing data for the upcoming Europa League finalists. The Barometer is managed by UEFA’s product teams as part of a sponsorship with FedEx, now called Performance Zone. It highlights… more
Themes from the FT Future of the Car Summit 21 May 2019 - I attended the Financial Times ‘Future of the Car’ summit last week, an event primarily concerned with changes to the car from electrification and digitisation. Three main themes emerged over two days of talks: Autos are late to digitisation The… more