Joey Lee explores geographies mediated through data and computation.
Designer & Researcher.
Based in Brooklyn, NY
Working as an interaction designer, creative technologist, and educator.
New York University | Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP)
School of Visual Arts | Design for Social Innovation
Generative design & geography, machine learning, data collection systems, climate change, urban climates, open source & access, visualization, algorithmic ethics, critical mapping, & education.
British Columbia Climate Explorer
A scientific tool to discover the past, present, and future climate of British Columbia.
Updated version coming soon!
As the global climate changes, there is an increasing demand for information about the climates that we live and work in. Foresters, engineers, biologists, farmers, and medical professionals need detailed climate data to adjust their practices for anticipated climate changes. Citizens need intuitive climate information to guide their responses in the job market, their communities, and the voting booth. There are many sources of climate data available to British Columbians. However, translating this data into insight can be challenging, even for the most experienced climate analyst. The BC Climate Explorer is a web app built to help people develop an intuitive understanding of the differences between the local climates of British Columbia, how these climates are changing, and how they are likely to be influenced by international climate policy.
The BC Climate Explorer is an open-source project, and we are interested in building our community of contributors. You can contribute to the development of the web app on GitHub, or email us with your questions, comments, and ideas.
Concept & Idea
Design & Development