Tim Meko

Washington, DC

Deputy graphics director

Education: Transylvania University, BA in digital imaging and application design; Ohio University, MA in visual communication

Tim Meko designs and develops maps, data visualizations and explanatory graphics. Before coming to The Post, he led the visuals team at the Urban Institute and was an infographics artist at the Columbus Dispatch.
Latest from Tim Meko

    Satellite imagery shows the scale of the traffic congestion at the ports of Los Angeles

    Satellite images show congestion at the L.A.-Long Beach port complex. Record demand for imported goods, beginning in mid-2020, coupled with shortages of truckers, shipping containers and other equipment, has slowed ship unloading and left dozens of vessels waiting offshore.

    September 17, 2021

      Map of dry gas stations impacted by cyberattack

      The Colonial Pipeline system fuels 45 percent of the east coast's gas supply. A recent cyberattack halted the supplier and lead to panic purchases and price spikes.

      May 18, 2021

        Satellite images show St. Vincent blanketed with volcanic ash as eruptions continue

        Images reveal ash covering much of the island.

        April 14, 2021

          Stimulus payments will cover seven months of rent for some, less than one for others

          Depending on your filing status and where you live, your stimulus payment could cover multiple rent bills – or not even a full month.

          March 11, 2021

          A year of the pandemic: Sorrow, stamina, defiance, despair

          For most Americans, March 11 was the day the coronavirus crisis first became real. Fifty-two weeks later, millions have fallen ill and millions more have been vaccinated. More than 525,000 are dead. This timeline tells the story of a singular period in history.

          March 11, 2021

            The political winds in the U.S. are swirling

            See how political shifts and changes in turnout from 2016 have affected the 2020 election across the U.S.

            December 15, 2020

              How much is 250,000 deaths? Enough to empty wide swaths of the country.

              250,000 people in the United States have died of covid-19, more than the population of most counties in the United States. Over 11 million confirmed cases have been reported, which is more than the combined population of multiple states.

              November 20, 2020

              Tracking Delta

              Maps track Hurricane Delta’s trajectory and development in the Gulf of Mexico.

              October 9, 2020

              Is it too close to the election to confirm a Supreme Court nominee?

              Since 1975, it's taken about 71 days for a president's nomination to be confirmed in a vote on the Senate floor.

              September 19, 2020