575 Wandsworth Road is a place of inspiration; a carved interior of a regular London townhouse by Kenyan-born poet, novelist, philosopher of mathematics and British civil servant, Khadambi Asalache. 575 Wandsworth Road was acquired by the National Trust in 2010 and has been open to the public since 2013. The National Trust’s purpose is to preserve places of culture and heritage for everyone.

Total length of project: 4 hours

575 Wandsworth Road are in the midst of preparing innovative graphics that allow readers to access visitor feedback in thought provoking ways. The organisation currently has some ideas of how to represent trends drawn from their raw data collection, however, much of the data still needs reviewing, grouping in trends, and transcribing in graphic form. For this we need an individual who can quickly spot patterns in raw data and draw out overarching trends and advise on grouping. This is a really interesting role working with an extremely unique National Trust location; it is the uniqueness of the space that has inspired the creation of these innovative graphics.