Hi, I'm Beatriz.

I am a Data Visualization designer and developer, with a strong background in research.

After graduating as a Sociologist and a Advertising & PR, I started my professional career as a researcher. I worked simultaneously doing user research for digital products and carrying out social studies. I loved and I still love being a researcher, but what attracted me the most was finding and communicating revealing insights in a clear and engaging way.

In 2012 I started out on my self-taught Data Visualization journey. That was when code came into my life. I also realized that developing the visualizations was as fun as finding and communicating the research insights. I specially enjoy working with D3.js, in which I specialized.

One year later I started my career as a Data Visualizer. That's 10 years of experience already.

Currently, I work creating unique, made-to-order data visualizations, expressly designed for a specific dataset, so I mainly work with static data, no matter how big or small. I also create reusable data visualizations, for those datasets with identical structure but different content.

I love mails, hearing about new projects and challenges so feel free to contact me with any questions, any data project or even just to say hello.

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This legendary Spanish cultural institution treasures thousands of letters written by the leading figures of Spanish culture during the 'La Edad de Plata', a period of rich intellectual expansion during the first decades of the 20th century in Spain.

The institution, that has already digitized and marked up the letters, request us to create a visual tool to explore a set of them. I designed and developed a data visualization that includes two force layout versions, a classic one for the general view and a beeswarm to show every person's correspondence. The visualization also features timelines that act as filters, and a final view where you can read the entire conversation and be delighted by the way they used to write.