Hi! My name's Eleanor Lutz and I write this blog. I'm a PhD candidate at the University of Washington studying biology. I work in Jeff Riffell's research lab studying how mosquitos learn and remember new experiences. I spend my free time cooking, reading, playing computer games, and dabbling in Python. Someday I want to learn woodworking, build my own mini greenhouse, and visit Iceland. You can find my CV here if you're interested in my work information.
How I Make Infographics
I make most of my infographics and charts in Photoshop and Illustrator. Here's a tutorial I made about making animated infographics. I try to be really transparent about my sources, and most of the infographics are based on reputable scientific sources like textbooks and peer-reviewed research papers. The website is a responsive Jekyll theme built from scratch and hosted on Github Pages.
Want to tell me about an awesome research study? Collaborate on an infographic? Ask me a question or leave a comment? Get in touch at email@example.com.
Interviews & Features
NACIS 2016 - Atlas of design Volume III
Houghton Mifflin Publishing 2015 - The best american infographics 2015
NACIS 2014 - Atlas of design Volume II
Wired - Graphic Science. March 2017
American Scientist - Lighting up the Animal Kingdom. March 2017
Courrier International - Des virus à la carte. March 2017
Scientific American - Jellyfish in motion. April 2016
Courrier International - Et si la Terre était une navette spatiale? June 2015
Courrier International - Neuf mois pour devenir un être humain. June 2015
National Geographic - Luminous Life. March 2015
Golden Section Graphics - Biolumineszenz // Bioluminescence. Volume 8 2014
Colossal - 10/2014