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presented at FITC Toronto 2018
More info at http://fitc.ca/event/to18/
Corey Ouellette, Thomson Reuters
When you think of “data visualization” what is the very first thing that comes to mind? For many, it’s bar graphs, pie charts, and histograms, or maybe some combination thereof. You’re not wrong – but it’s so much more than that. The era of pie and bar charts has come and gone; these traditional visualizations alone are insufficient. Now is the time of data visualized on a rich canvas. A canvas that not only informs, but immerses you in information in much the same way that your favourite book immerses you in its narrative.
When attendees leave, that they walk away with an understanding of how development, design and data are strongly intertwined with one other. When aligned with customers needs, these aspects create a meaningful and actionable experience.
Designers and developers interested furthering their appetite for visualization
Five Things Audience Members Will Learn
How data visualization can lead to data exploration
Creating an experience with information
New models of data visualization
Telling a story through data
How to blend design and development through data visualization