Alissa Scheller Alissa Scheller

Hi! I'm a designer and journalist based in Washington, D.C. I currently work on the data team at the Huffington Post, where I mainly research and design data visualizations. I've also worked as a designer at the Center for American Progress and the Investigative Reporting Workshop.

Get in touch or see my resume (PDF).

Maps | Infographics | Printed Work | Elections | Illustrations


2016 was the deadliest year for migrants in the Mediterranean. See more.

Where transgender rights could be at risk. See more.

Mapping police complaints in Chicago. See more.


Tracking 'blue lives matter' laws. See more.

A guide to all of Frank's backstabbing in 'House of Cards.' See more.

Fentanyl-related deaths are on the rise. See more.

Printed Work

Greeting cards, selling at stores around DC. See more.

A letterpressed wedding invitation suite. See more.

Book and report layouts from the Center for American Progress. See more.


HuffPost's 2016 election predictions. See more.

2016 election results. See more.

Tracking 2017's special elections. See more.


Candidate drawings for a peice on health and the 2016 primary horserace.

What's happening when you get a mosquito bite. See more.

Illustrations for a peice on the meaning of dreams. See more.