First World War
A new interactive documentary for The Guardian, in seven languages
Information is Beautiful Awards
We’re delighted to see two Kiln projects on the shortlist for the 2014 Information is Beautiful Awards.
Kiln WWI project launches in seven languages
Our latest project launched today on many leading newspapers around the world. “First World War” is an interactive documentary created in partnership with the Guardian to mark the centenary of the Great War.
The project aims to give a global perspective on an imperial war that involved in soldiers from all over the world – from India and New Zealand to the US and Canada. Available in seven languages, it launches today on the Guardian and partner outlets such as El Pais, Le Monde, Süddeutsche Zeitung and La Stampa.
World Cities map published
The latest of a set of little Kiln projects for the International Institute for Environment and Development: a map showing the growth of cities over time. Try sorting to grid view and scrolling ahead to 2025 to see how Asia takes over.
Kiln wins Data Journalism Award!
We are delighted to announce that Kiln won a 2014 Data Journalism Award this evening from the Global Editors Network. We won the Small Newsroom Award for our portfolio of work from the last year. Other winners included The New York Times and Pro Publica. Read more about the programme here.
Kiln at Sheffield Doc/Fest
Our In Flight project is being featured this week at the Sheffield Documentary Festival, as part of the festival’s official selection.
A live map and interactive to mark 100 years of commercial flight
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