We Create

We create tools, visualizations, and data that communicate, engage, and impact society.

Engaging audiences is more than just building a fancy website or graphic. We build tools that solve real-world problems by transforming data into engaging media that communicates. Be it infographics, interactive and exploratory data-driven web applications, video, mixed media storytelling, and more, the tool should allow organizations to achieve their objectives by communicating messages properly.

Past work includes:

01/10/2014 to 03/11/2015
01/08/2014 to 16/12/2014


13 June 2016

Tune in to JumpStart's radio stories

Do you commute to work? How do you fight boredom while stuck in Tbilisi’s notorious traffic jams? 

05 April 2016

Politics in Numbers: a new data portal about political party finances in Georgia

As 2016 is an election year in Georgia, we thought it was time to make political party finances transparent and accessible for Georgian voters prior to the elections. As a US State Department exchange program alumna, I was eligible to apply for a grant for Digital Communication Network Program participants. With my fellow program participant, Keti Bojgua from TV Imedi, I decided to apply JumpStart’s experience in data communication and visualization to open up important data stored in reports and various data-files about Georgian politics.

04 April 2016

JumpStart releases free new tool for survey data analysis

Xtraktr - find, share, explore and visualized your dataAt JumpStart Georgia, we spend a lot of time searching for and analyzing data in order to create infographics, interactives, stories, and helpful tools.

29 February 2016

50 Women Fight for Change: A Story That Still Continues

Last November, Georgian representatives of the Heinrich Boell Foundation visited JumpStart. Tamuna and Etuna, who work on gender democracy at the Foundation, wanted to tell everyone about the success of one of their projects: profiling the lives and work of 50 women in Georgia. 

19 February 2016

JumpStart's Valentine Day Cards

JumpStart is not all serious data and news these days. You may have noticed a number of beautiful and funny Valentine's Day cards last week. Sometimes, we need to do something that is purely fun. The team took a quick break in the midst of a mountain of work to brainstorm some truly Georgian Valentine's Day wishes. JumpStart's illustrator Ia Ninoshvili designed them to express our love for Georgia. Did you feel the love?


UNICEF Georgia launches new data portal about children in Georgia

UNICEF Georgia is launching the first country level data portal on children's issues. For the first time, UNICEF has made local data on children's issues accessible in multiple languages to academics, NGOs, and journalists. Follow updates throughout the day via @jsgeorgia on Twitter and on Facebook!

  • 03/11/2015 (All day)

Build your own stories with StoryBuilder: Beautiful mixed-media stories made easy!

JumpStart invites you to join us at Frontline Club on 19 September 2014 at 15:00 as we discuss StoryBuilder, a new way for everyone to build mixed-media stories easily and effectively.

  • 19/09/2014 - 15:00 to 17:30

Hack Me Some Land Registration Data

Eric Barrett and Cristina Maza from JumpStart Georgia and George Chanturia from Transparency International Georgia were chatting it up and we realized it was about time the public had accessible to land registry data in Georgia that it could analyze and use to monitor the government.

  • 19/05/2014 - 11:00 to 18:00

Public Workshop: Telling Stories With Data

JumpStart Georgia will hold a workshop open to the public on what data is and why it's important when telling stories for journalism and advocacy. Specifically, we will discuss  what we mean by structured data, how to get structured data on a variety of topics in  Georgia, and how this data can be analyzed and communicated in a variety of ways. We will look at what tools exist that make it easier to collect, analyze, and communicate data to tell stories and advocate for change. The workshop, open to the public, will target civil society organizations and journalists.

  • 30/04/2014 - 15:00 to 17:00

Film Screening: From My Point of View & Unseen Wars

On Thursday 06 March, JumpStart Georgia will host a screening of two documentary films, From My Point of View and Unseen War, created by the Tactical Tech Collective. These two films are the second and third episodes of the documentary film series Exposing the Invisible by Tactical Tech.

  • 06/03/2014 - 19:30 to 20:30

Coloring Communication with Data

On Tuesday 28th of January, JumpStart Georgia will be hosting an exciting all-day event ‘Coloring Communication with Data’ at the Europe House in central Tbilisi. At JumpStart Georgia, we believe that visualizing data is the key to effective communication. Visualizations can help to strengthen the connections between raw data and the information and messages your data contains. The way data is framed and presented visually can help sway decision makers and other target audiences in the right direction by giving weight and clarity to your argument.

  • 28/01/2014 (All day)

Call to NGOs: JumpStart wants to visualize your message!

JumpStart Georgia is looking to partner with civil society organizations and NGOs to collaborate with over the next 12 months. Within the framework of our new project, Visualizing for Data-driven Advocacy, we are looking to team up with organizations to add value to their advocacy campaigns by using data and visualizations for increased impact.

  • 13/12/2013 - 15:00 to 15/01/2014 - 18:00

JumpStart Georgia is Looking for a Full-Time Developer!

JumpStart Georgia is Looking for a Full-Time Developer!

If you would like to join JumpStart Georgia's team, you can read the job description and submit your application form here. 

Deadline for submissions is 31 December 2013.


  • 04/12/2013 - 14:00 to 31/12/2013 - 18:00

JumpStart to discuss dataviz and civic engagement for International Anti-corruption Day

On Monday, 9 December and International Anti-corruption Day, JumpStart Georgia will join Transparency International Georgia at the Holiday Inn to discuss how organizations can use  visual represenation to communicate complex data and engage audiences more effectively. Come join us for an engaging discussion!

  • 09/12/2013 - 15:00 to 18:00