Rachel Binx is a data visualizer, developer, designer and mathematician. She has co-founded Meshu and Gifpop, two small companies that explore creating one-off physical objects from the data that each person finds meaningful. Meshu creates generative jewelry based on the places people have been and Gifpop is a service for making physical GIFs. In general, she’s a fan of anything that connects Javascript to on-demand production models.

She previously worked as a design technologist for Stamen Design, where she built projects for clients such as MTV, Facebook and Oprah. When not sitting in front of a computer, Rachel likes to be out traveling the world or at home hanging out with her cockatiel.