Amelia greenhall
This is the portfolio of Amelia Greenhall. I work at the intersection of design, user experience, and data visualization. I'm the Executive Director and co-founder of Double Union, a non-profit feminist community workshop. I also publish the Open Review Quarterly literary journal. Previously, I co-founded the publication Model View Culture, and designed things for companies including FutureAdvisor and Habit Labs. I live in San Francisco, where I spend my time reading, writing, biking, climbing, and working on interesting things. Here are a few of those projects:
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Design and implementation of mobile first Ruby on Rails app.
A playful transit visualization for three cities using open source data to show the flow of riders on a bus line.
Open Review Quarterly 2010-present
A collaboratively edited literary journal on modern culture.
Awesome portfolio checklist
A one page printable that covers everything you need to do to have a great investment portfolio.
Budge 2011-2012
A mobile application designed to help start new healthy habits.
An illustration for a feminist anthology of science fiction.
Hipster habit app
A printable, pocketable, foldable mini workbook designed to help you change a habit.
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Comics, essays, and stories about menstruation and health.
An interview with Newsweek reporter Alissa Quart on the intersection of Quantified Self and feminism.
An interview on NPR's Kojo Nmadi show about new consumer technologies.
Collectors 2009
A series of silkscreen prints about how we attempt to protect ourselves.
Personal health narrative
A conceptual illustration of how subjective health data could be displayed on a narrative timeline.
A postcard illustrating the things you need to get started taking a bike tour!
A talk about using moving averages as an early warning system for health and weight.
A data analysis for CNN Money exposing the high 401k fees at many employers.
Wages and salaries
A visualization of the change in wages and employment across various industries.
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