Joey Lee explores geographies mediated through data and computation.


Designer & Researcher.

Currently

Based in Brooklyn, NY

Working as an interaction designer, creative technologist, and educator.

Teaching

New York University | Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP)

School of Visual Arts | Design for Social Innovation

Thinking about

Generative design & geography, machine learning, data collection systems, climate change, urban climates, open source & access, visualization, algorithmic ethics, critical mapping, & education.

Boston 3-1-1: What are Bostonians complaining about?

Interactive map for viewing Boston's public service request calls.

About

In the United States, the 3-1-1 telephone number allows city residents at the municipal level to phone in their various maintenance requests. From broken street lights to pot holes, citizens become the “eyes and ears of their neighborhoods” are able to file their complaints and document the problems that they would like to see resovled in their city. This maps shows all of the 3-1-1 calls from Boston, MA, from 2011, collected from the Citizen Connect Mobile Application.

Interactive Map: http://senseable.mit.edu/bos311/

Project Webpage

SENSEABLE.MIT.EDU/BOS311

Credits

Project Host

Data Prep & Visualization