Welcome to our weekly roundup of what’s been happening in digital strategy this week!
We talk, think, and write a lot about digital transformation at Forum One. Our society is going through a massive digital transformation all at once. We’ve been seeing innovative and interesting approaches to unique challenges. Here are a few of our favorite things happening on the internet right now.
- The NYT published an opinion piece this week about using data to track COVID-19 outbreaks.
- A blog post by Google on how big brands are dealing with crisis communications.
- Article from the Verge, “Google uses location data to show which places are complying with stay-at-home orders — and which aren’t”
- The “How We Feel” app to record and track symptoms of COVID-19 anonymously.
- California Health Care Foundation’s COVID-19 California Tracking Polls to better understand the impact of COVID-19.
- The University of Virginia’s COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard.
- World Health Organization’s interactive map tracking the COVID-19 virus.
- USA facts different data visualizations being used to track the spread of the COVID-19 spread across the United States.
- Towards Data Science’s interactive choropleth map and dashboard tracking the coronavirus outbreak across U.S. counties.
- LA Times “Guide to the Internet” for those who might be starting to get bored while doing their part to shelter-in-place.
- Check out the many animal webcams out there or view the wildflower blooms in California in real-time without having to leave your house.
- Play the NYT oddly addicting game, Tiles.
- Take in a bit of culture by checking out the Met Opera nightly streams.
Join us again next week for our weekly digital digest of interesting and innovative things on the internet!