Projects at Fathom
Colorful Language Survey
A mobile app that visualizes your indiviual way of seeing color.
A web app that enables people to find locations where they can start a commercial farm in Boston by combining new legislation and zoning data.Read More
A desktop app for visually exploring complex datasets, which enables users to infer new hypotheses from the data and discover correlation patterns. Read More
2013 Year in NikeFuel
A website built for Nike that allows the entire FuelBand community to see visually unique and telling stories of their personal activity trends. Read More
Geographic vs. Topological Metro Map
An interactive map of the MBTA train lines that animates between geographic and topological views. Read More
A print graphic for Popular Science’s biennial special energy issue about how geography drives energy development. Read More
A website for March Madness where users can create a pool, make picks and see how they play out in real-time. Read More
Change into Opportunity
Five visualizations for Thompson Reuters 2012 annual report showcasing their productized datasets to give insights from the past year. Read More
A poster that visualizes the results of the World Color Survey where each participant named 330 colors. Read More
A web app that navigates the rise to leadership in China; a collaborative project with Thompson Reuters built for the iPad as an HTML5 application, and available on the Web. Read More
Terrence Fradet grew up in western Massachusetts, attending private schools rooted in the arts. He studied graphic design at Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, GA; however, he was more likely found developing his craftsmanship in the fine arts and industrial design buildings. As a result of taking research-driven design classes he discovered the importance of visualizing data. Terrence enjoys making information accessible as a byproduct of his visual process to learning. After replanting his life in Boston to join Fathom, he is relieved to begin skiing, mountain biking, and rock climbing again.