The purpose of the visual journalism team is to unlock the potential of multimedia storytelling across all our platforms - desktop, tablet, mobile and TV. By using graphical tools and combining those with an understanding of data and journalistic rigour, the team aims to produce powerful visual explanations that improve understanding of the news.
The brutal fight to rid Mosul of so-called Islamic State has left the northern Iraqi city in ruins, thousands dead and survivors scattered far and wide. Just how much devastation was caused by the battle between Iraq’s forces - backed by US-led air strikes - and the militant group, and what will happen now?
Produced with: Lucy Rodgers, Nassos Stylianou, Daniel Dunford & Rosie Gollancz.
On 21 August 2017 millions of Americans witnessed one of the biggest solar eclipses in almost 100 years.
There are usually two solar eclipses on Earth per year, and they only happen when the Sun, Earth and Moon align in specific ways.
Produced with: Alison Benjamin, Tom Housden, Paul Rincon, Evisa Terziu & Alice Grenie.
Voters in the US go to the polls on 8 November to decide who will replace President Barack Obama.
The US uses the electoral college system to elect its president, in which each state is given a number of votes based on its population. A total of 538 are up for grabs.