Graphics produced for various academic publications and research projects.

A colorful system diagram showing sequential caching of remote worker inputs.

A pseudo pie chart showing information apportioned to remote workers.

Detail of a colorful system diagram showing sequential caching of remote worker inputs.

A text-dense and snaking path of argument. Black text on a white background.

A design interface with multiple visualizations interacting with each other.

A gallery of example visualizations and their accessible interaction tree structure.

A tableau of interaction methods for accessible visualization.

Graphic identity for the MIT Visualization Group, which reads vis in lowercase pixelated font.

Caption:Three columns containing various graphics. The first contains the canonical Flatten the Curve coronavirus chart and two textual descriptions of that chart, color-coded according to the four levels of the semantic content model presented in the paper. The second contains a corpus visualization of 2,147 sentences describing charts, also color-coded, and faceted by chart type and difficulty. The third contains two heat maps, corresponding to blind and sighted readers' ranked preferences for the four levels of semantic content, indicating that blind and sighted readers have sharply diverging preferences.