Contributor profile

Jonathon Berlin

Data Visualization Editor Chicago Tribune

I tutor: Data analysis


Jonathon Berlin is a data visualization editor at the Chicago Tribune. He is an adjunct at Northwestern and Columbia College where he's taught infographics, data visualization and human-centered web design. Jonathon was president of the Society for News Design (SND) in 2012.

His infographics work has been honored by Malofiej, SND, AIGA and Print. Before coming to Chicago in 2007, he worked at the San Jose Mercury News, the Rocky Mountain News and The Times of Northwest Indiana. He was a Page One designer during The Rocky's Pulitzer Prize winning work covering wildfires in 2003. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois journalism school.

He has three kids and lives in Chicago where he also spends time jogging, swimming, cooking and building things with Legos.

Courses taught by Jonathon

Data analysis
Mistakes We Made So You Don't Have To: Data Visualisation, Journalism and the Web

Jonathon Berlin