Monday 2nd April, 2012
9:00am to 10:15am
We will discuss how to figure out what story to tell, select the right data, and pick appropriate layout and encodings. The goal is to learn how to create a map that conveys appropriate knowledge to a specific audience (which may include the designer).
We’ll briefly discuss tools, including pencil and paper. No prior technology or graphic design experience is necessary. An awareness of some basic user-centered design concepts will be helpful. Understanding of your specific data or data types will help immensely. We’ll have a dataset on-hanf to work with.
Visualization & interaction designer, practical cyclist. Author of vis books: http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/au/4419 Visualization Expert @ IBM. My opinions, not theirs. bio from Twitter
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