Tekja is an award-winning data visualisationand analysis studio.

We transform data into knowledge.

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.

Our Process:powerful code and beautiful graphics

The studio ethos is based on the concept that meaningful data driven experiences are generated by an inseparable combination of powerful code and beautiful graphics, our in house team consists of data scientists, developers and designers who work closely together throughout the development process.

Our process involves the creation of rapid prototypes and data analyses to quickly identify key messaging and communication targets whilst validating the suitability of the data available in achieving these aims.

Where data is not available we are able to source data from our extensive network or provide consultancy on suitable data structures to allow our clients to source their own data.

Our Team

TEKJA are based in Somerset House, Westminster, London.
Our specialist team is led by Jacopo Hirschstein and Amanda Taylor.

Amanda Taylor and Jacopo Hirschstein, co-founders of Tekja Data Visualisation

Jacopo is an Italian architect and programmer. He specialises in data science including machine learning and geo-spatial analysis. Jacopo leads our technical team and is responsible for developing software architecture. He has led teams on internationally recognised pioneering projects with cutting-edge researchers and academic groups including: London School of Economics, The Royal College of Arts, Goldsmiths College London and the University of Pisa.

Amanda is a British designer and programmer. She specialises in information design. Amanda leads the design of all Tekja projects, carefully listening to client requirements and translating them into carefully considered information hierarchies, that make complex information accessible to all of its intended audiences. Amanda leads workshops, gives talks and interviews to a range of institutions and the press including the BBC Television and Radio, ITV News and Reuters.

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