Palladio / 2015

Palladio is a project by Humanities+Design lab at Stanford University with the goal of building web-based tools for the analysis and the exploration of complex, multidimensional data.

The problem

Since its initial iterations and developments and up to 2015, I have been the lead designer and design researcher of the project. My contribution expandend to the design of the whole product, including research, testing, data visualization, and part of the front-end development (lead by the talented Ethan Jewett).

Since its initial iterations and developments and up to 2015, I have been the lead designer and design researcher of the project. My contribution expandend to the design of the whole product, including research, concepts, prototyping, testing, and front-end development (lead by the talented Ethan Jewett).

Palladio has received funding and support from the Office of Digital Humanities within the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Vice Provost for Online Education at Stanford, the Wallenberg Foundation, the Stanford University Libraries, and the Dean of Research at Stanford.

My role in this project

I have been the Lead Designer for the project, as well as part of the development team.

More info

Visit the official page or read more about Palladio on the Humanities+Design website.