As seen at the Nicar 2014 conference in Baltimore, by Noah Veltman (@veltman):
Long form about Democracy, with The Economist quality:
The ‘Beautiful Science: Picturing Data, Inspiring Insight’ exhibition has just opened at the British Library’s Folio Society Gallery in London, and it runs until 26 March 2014.
A small but relevant selection of works, from mid 19th century up until now.
A project from BBC Media Action, looking at the personal impact of climate change, in terms of the impact on people’s lives: http://www.bbc.co.uk/climateasia
The data portal is comprehensive and, given the huge amount of information, easy to navigate. However, if you are not in academics or big-time interested, it will hardly catch your eye up-front…
Good motion graphics video from BBC Media Action (former BBC World Service Trust): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uibg0JREldc.
Interactive narrative format by Spain’s RTVE: http://lab.rtve.es/fracking/
And a list of some tools to produce these ‘webdocs’ or interactive narrations (also in Spanish): http://blogs.lavanguardia.com/elcuartobit/editores-para-crear-narraciones-interactivas-y-webdoc-10830#more-1229
Some other useful links: