Interactive Visualization UX

A session at UXCamp DC 2014

Saturday 4th January, 2014

10:00am to 11:00am (EST)

Visualizations provide compelling interfaces for users to understand complex data and relationships. However, what makes a good user experience that encourages exploration while also preventing misunderstanding, and subsequently bad decisions, from these visualizations?

This discussion will show examples of visualizations using maps, animated charts, and collaborative interfaces as good and bad UX.

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Andrew Turner

Neogeographer and CTO of Esri R&D Center DC. Open-Source & Open-Data Advocate via @GeoCommons. Brewer, Trombonist, Idealistic Technocrat.

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Time 10:00am11:00am EST

Date Sat 4th January 2014

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  • Beautiful Mapping

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