Highlights of data-driven projects in partnership with Dragonfly Date Science, ranging from scientific reporting on the health our water ways to using machine learning to track Māori content on radio stations.

Kōkako language tracking app

Kōkako is a web application that was developed to measure the usage of Māori language across New Zealand radio. Using machine learning technology and a befitting design language , Kōkako has proven to be an elegant approach to helping preserve and promote the first language of Aotearoa.

This project has won the prestigious Purple Pin at the NZ Best Award for interactive design. Read the full case study here.

Client: Te Māngai Pāho
In partnership with Dragonfly Data Science.


Fish IBI Calculator

The Index of Biotic Integrity (Fish IBI) is a set of biological metrics used to assess the richness of fish species by comparing the species present at a site to the species that would be expected in the absence of human impacts.

This calculator was developed to assist researchers in calculating Fish IBI scores by taking them through clear steps to align the uploaded data and providing an elegant report, following the brand guidelines of the Ministry of the Environment.

Client: Ministry for the Environment
In partnership with Dragonfly Data Science


Research Science & Innovation Report 


Client: Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
In partnership with Dragonfly Data Science

NZ Herald road toll infographic

Interactive infographic to raise awareness for safe driving during school holidays. After entering a start and end point of their journey, the system renders a dynamic map with their chosen route showing the fatalities along that route displayed as crosses.

Client: NZ Herald
Collaboration with Chris Knox

MBIE Regional Economic Activity Report

The New Zealand Regional Economic Activity tool, published by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), allows users to explore and compare economic indicators across all regions of the country. Individual indicators, graphs and data sets can be embedded and downloaded, encouraging use by media and the wider public.

Client: Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
In partnership with Dragonfly Data Science