On Data Visualization Design
(a.k.a. a bunch of charts and graphs)
4 Feb 2017
1 minute read

Last year, I was invited to speak at World Information Architecture Day 2016 in Manila, held at A-Space, Makati. I covered an introduction to data use cases, and how to think about designing data visualizations, and why I think designing the right ways for people to consume insights from data is just as important than our ability to process or analyze them.

The video is up for people to watch. Please let me know your thoughts at the comments section.

If you’d like to view the slides more clearly, I’ve uploaded them to slideshare:

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