Giorgia Lupi is an information designer. Her work in information visualization frequently crosses the divide between digital and print, exploring visual models and metaphors to represent rich data-driven stories. Her work challenges the impersonality that data might communicate, through engaging visual narratives able to connect numbers to what they stand for: knowledge, behaviors, people. She is co-founder and design director at Accurat (accurat.it), an information design agency based in Milan and New York; Accurat analyzes data and contexts and designs analytical tools and visual narratives that provide awareness, comprehension and engagement.
In 2014, she obtained a PhD in Information Design at Politecnico di Milano. Her work has been published and featured in magazines such as the New York Times, Wired, Popular Science, Popular Mechanics, Fast Company, The Huffington Post, Cool Hunting, Hyperallergic, It’s Nice that, Flash Art, Ottagono, Vogue, among all. Her work has been featured in several recent books, won important international awards and has been exhibited in major venues around the world.