We are an award winning data visualisation studio

Tekja is an award winning data visualisation and analysis studio based in London, founded in 2012 by Jacopo Hirschstein and Amanda Taylor.

The studio sits at the intersection of art and technology, creating data driven installations, event experiences, web applications and media content. With a focus on combining cutting edge data analysis and visualisation techniques with standout contemporary designs and concepts.

Selected Works

What we do

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Data Visualisation

We specialise in data visualisation and information design,  providing engaging insight into data and complex information. We create interactive applications, infographics, animations and 3-dimensional experiences for exhibits and events.

Data Analysis

We process, clean, mine, crunch and analyse data of any size, from any source. We design bespoke algorithms and use cutting edge technologies in machine learning, natural language processing and spatial analysis.

Tekja data visualisation studio telematics data map showing car journeys to Bluewater shopping centre

Mapping and Spatial Analysis

We specialise in spatial analysis and mapping of data of any size. We process, analyse and build systems and visualisations using geographical data, to reveal trends and patterns as interactive maps, dashboards and animated experiences.

Image of the ONE campaign data report dashboard on a mac laptop

Web Development

We create full websites, microsites and integrate stand alone products into existing websites. We provide full-stack development from backend to frontend, with a particular focus on sustainable data-driven projects (requiring data updates) and real-time systems.

A woman walks through the installation awash with real-time data

Experience Design

Our digital work often is often developed in conjunction with a 3D physical design to create immersive experiences in museums, at events or corporate environments. We create highly interactive, engaging experiences using 3d physical design combined with a live data experience to engage audiences, increase dwell times and stimulate discussion and debate.

Image of a woman using a touch screen and looking at a large scale map of London with pink and blue words on it within the London Data Streams installation by Tekja

Interaction Design

We consider interaction design the touch of magic that brings data to life. Whether the output of our work is web based or an installation, interaction design plays a key part in our process and enhances the ability of our projects to engage and delight audiences, increasing dwell times and promoting dissemination.

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Selected Press

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Review: The Economist 1843 Magazine

‘Tekja achieves the impressive feat of immersing viewers in data in the real world.’

Feature: BBC Click

A behind the scenes feature of our real-time visualisation ‘London Data Streams’

Interview: Reuters

Amanda speaks about how data visualisation can help us understand cities.

Feature: Timeout

An emoji snapshot of London

Interview: BBC Front Row

‘Attention Twitter users: your data is being turned into art.’

UN Habitat III Conference

Tekja are winners of a Cityvis Award, presented at the United Nations Habitat III conference.

Feature: Metro

‘The happiest place to live in London has been revealed by our tweets…’

Feature: Telegraph

Mapped: The London Twitterati’s emoji reactions to the general election