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Infographics Congress 2014 Nicholas Felton

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  • 1. 7th Infographics Conference 2014 Nicolas Feltron Nicolas Feltron Co-founder of Daytum.com Currently a member of the product design team at Facebook Work has been profiled in publications including the Wall Street Journal, Wired and Good Magazine Been recognized as one of the 50 most influential designers in America by Fast Company. Http://www.feltron.com Intro: he registrates it all 2005-2014 Grand survey Feltron annual report Print piece Explore data Information he collects Examples Daytum.com Site Data Facebook timeline Reporter app (iPhone) Archelogical approach Personal annual reporting Data out of your life Sources of data after activity Talking about a year Started using last.fm. Deep knowledge about one domain Overview Books Trips ... Restaurant Little visualisation Music - most vibrating Photo 1% of photo's was of his cat Extracted exif data Location Facial recognition Underutilize source People took notice of report Virility Everyone like it Revision of archaeological approach in 2010 After father died Created a report Artefacts sources Calendars Passport Slides Been over the world An overview of his travels Calendar Tagging of information Approach Passports are interesting Extracting data out of all kinds of structured sources Discoverable context 3000 slides Added meta data Asked people on flickr where photos where taken Drafted a whole map where he father has been Cardiographic Evaluation Rely on data at hand Hard to turn it in a product Hoarding (2006) As much data as possible Applied in 2006 Collecting for purpose of making document Mapping Restaurants Animals eaten Taxonomies Created a printed report (2007) First time selling it Tracked down all the streets he walked in New York Kept track of coffee (2008) Miles walked/ ran / driven/ subway Need tot adapt to track everythingHelicopter ride Mileage is part of grand theft auto Evaluation hoarding (2009) High cost Addictive Aware of data - hard to let go Maybe you want it later Not a complete view Mood Watch Who you have been with Hard to get complete knowledge Load of words came back on his mood Mechanical turkRepetitive task Ended up with a mood index Beery vs boozed Graph Happy Swell Eighty Bienniel report (2010/2011) Unique data set 2 years with same set of data How behaviour change by people he has been with Data Ate Drank Who he had been with Capturing everything in iCal Visualisation to track the visualisation Sampling (2009) Give up on completeness At certain times what he was doingExrapolate Outsourced it Let others help him with self reporting his mood Tools Streamline your life Commissioned an iPhone app Used reporter Easy to track behaviour 2014 Visualisation Practicals, trackers Random array Spaced time curve Location in NY Location spend time in Tracking globally Visualization of data Making connections Tie together states Reporter App General edition Allows visualisations Track background data Answer questions Optimised Remember people/ dataDesigned for the community Export Csv Json Latest 2013 report Track Sms Telephone Conversations Snail mail Snowden revelations Distinction Data Meta data Power of meta data Works in progress Q&A Meta data is worse? Unquestionable When is a text sent? What was said When hoarding, time for anything else? Loves being an explorer ... Not so much It is fun to do Express his self Amazing discoveries About his father Sleep patterns Infopgraphic Congress 14 | LiveMindMapping by Alexis van Dam | www.ConnectionOfMinds.com

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