Author: shackney

Data Sousveillance: An Analysis of Cultural and Congressional Surveillance Rhetoric over Time

This study aims to shed light on conversations of surveillance over the past 40 years of American discourse, using a corpus of Congressional records, mainstream and independent news sources, movie scrips and reviews, and archival materials. By comparing general and specific sentiment measurement across these various sources, we examine points of similarity and difference in attitude across the present and past, cultural and countercultural, institutional and popular with regard to surveillance—watching surveillance, as it were, through assemblages of text and data.

The MTA-Team – Website Re-design for the New York Transit Museum

The user-centered process of re-designing the website for the New York Transit Museum, including content inventory, competitive review, user research and testing, and paper and digital prototyping. Full design story at