Development Seed is a creative data visualization and mapping team based in Washington, DC. We help organizations use data to explain complex issues and make better decisions. We work on projects with partners in government, international development, and the private sector who are trying to make things better, improve policy, and touch the lives of people around the world.
Our agile strategy has been refined over years, and our projects and partnerships are successful because of our integrated team of strategists, designers, and developers. We work together with our partners to solve complex communications challenges using data visualizations and interactive web content. Our work runs the spectrum of identifying key problems, strategizing opportunities, building solutions, and designing communications. At our core, we are a product company building incredibly fast and flexible open source tools that provide the foundation for our solutions. This approach allows us to tackle large scale projects in record time, whether that’s taking the World Bank from concept to site launch with data.worldbank.org or helping Internews and NAI expose patterns of violence against journalists on the ground in Afghanistan.
In addition to consulting engagements, we offer open source MapBox products that make it easy for anyone to create and host custom interactive web maps. Learn more about our team and our projects, or find out about our latest work and events on the blog.
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