Driven by data, guided by stories

Domestic Data Streamers was founded in 2013 with the goal of creating new ways of communicating through data storytelling.

We believe that any important interchange of information between people should always carry emotions, experiences and create knowledge.

Driven by data, guided by stories

Domestic Data Streamers was founded in 2013 with the goal of creating new ways of communicating through data storytelling. We believe that any important interchange of information between people should always carry emotions, experiences and create knowledge.

A geographical and disciplinary global mindset

We bring people closer to data and information going beyond languages and cultural differences. For this purpose, our multidisciplinary team formed by anthropologists, psychologists, engineers, designers and communication experts uses design, art, science and technology as the main vehicles to connect people to information.

We know that the essential ingredients of our work are perseverance, diversity, smart people and passion. We have worked in more than 17 different countries for a vast variety of organisations and companies.

A geographical and disciplinary global mindset

We bring people closer to data and information going beyond languages and cultural differences. For this purpose, our multidisciplinary team formed by anthropologists, psychologists, engineers, designers and communication experts uses design, art, science and technology as the main vehicles to connect people to information.

We know that the essential ingredients of our work are perseverance, diversity, smart people and passion. We have worked in more than 17 different countries for a vast variety of organisations and companies.

Lately we have been working in the following cities:

San Francisco

New York

London

Jerusalem

Doha

Hong Kong

But our hometown will always be:

These are some places where we have spoken, learnt and taught

This is a TED talk about how we understand data:

TEDxBarcelona | June 2015

“Data, art and new ways of

understanding the world”

Watch the talk

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