DataVizLive On Demand - May 2020

DataVizLive On Demand - May 2020

Watch the many excellent presentations over three tracks from the first DataVizLive Online conference on 27 May 2020, whenever you like, for 60 days.

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The Presentations:

Story as Craft: Narratives and Data
· Joshua Smith - Analytics Manager, CoverMyMeds

Visualising Connections
· Nadieh Bremer - Data Visualisation Designer, Visual Cinnamon

Effective Data Presentation in PowerPoint
· Ignasi Alcalde - Data Visualisation Manager, Ipsos Spain

Aim, Audience, Alert. Result: Action
· Mina Ozgen - Partner, Aimpoint Digital

Data Literacy: What the Heck is it and Why is it so Important?
· Sarah Nell-Rodriquez - Principal High Touch Customer Success Manager, Salesforce

Structure, Consistency, Speed: How JLL Architected their Viz Design
· Fi Gordon - Global Director BI Strategy, JLL
· Simon Beaumont - Global BI Director, JLL

Tools in Space: A Journey through the Visualisation Toolscape
· Lars Verspohl - Data Analyst and Data Visualisation Engineer, Datamake

The 17 Key Traits of Data Literacy: How to Nurture them in Yourself and Others
· Ben Jones - Founder & CEO, Data Literacy

The Key Traits of High-Performing Analysts
· Steve Hulmes - Director, Sophic

Learning as we Go: How we Manage DataViz Teams
· Jacob Robinson - Data Visualisation Consultant, Deloitte

How Self-Employed Data Visualisation Designers Make a Living
· Jane Zhang - Data Visualisation Designer

Making Public Data Accessible and Useful for All
· Xaquín González Viera - President, ViT; Former Graphics Editor, Guardian News & Media

Data Literacy Strategy: How to Implement and Drive a Literacy Initiative at your Organisation
· Jordan Morrow - Global Head of Data Literacy, Qlik

Data Ethics: From Headlines to Headway
· Bridget Cogley - Senior Consultant, Teknion Data Solutions

Visualising Informal Organisational Networks and Relationships of Influence
· Andras Vicsek - CEO, Maven7

Elevate the Debate
· Jon Schwabish - Senior Fellow, Urban Institute

Building Internal Data Visualisation Communities
· Neil Richards - Data Visualisation Lead & Evangelist, Groupon (2 x Tableau Zen Master)

Exploring Open-Source and Commercial Data Visualisation Tools
· Lars Verspohl - Data Analyst and Data Visualisation Engineer

Visual Design Principles for Data Visualisation
· Emma Cosh - Data Visualisation & UX Consultant, Graceful Robot

Overcoming Maths Aversion: Using Data Visualisation to explain statistical concepts
· Gwilym Lockwood - Consultant, The Information Lab

Beyond Colour Myths: Functional Aesthetics for Better Design
· Bridget Cogley - Senior Consultant, Teknion Data Solutions

Best Practice and Tooling in Google Data Studio
· Kim Baas - Freelance Data Visualisation Designer

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DataVizLive On Demand - May 2020

17 Videos

  • Structure, Consistency, Speed: How JLL Architected their Viz Design

    How do we help our clients & people see and understand data? We standardised. Empowering analysts with consistent and considered guidelines, world class training and the sharing of community innovation, we have elevated design skills to deliver calm, elegant visuals that communicate accessibl...

  • Data Literacy: What the Heck is it and Why is it so Important?

    Sarah Nell-Rodriquez - Principal High Touch Customer Success Manager, Salesforce

    Data Literacy is a popular word these days. Go to any data chat, and you'll see these two words bandied about by many. Some argue about the term itself, and others compare it to data visualisation skills. With so ma...

  • Key Traits of High-Performing Analysts

    The practical steps you and your team can take to take to improve your stakeholder engagement, and elevate your impact and productivity.

    Drawing on his 30 years of experience managing, training and coaching analysts across a breadth of disciplines and industries, Steve shares the common key mind...

  • Visualising Connections

    Connections are a part of us, of the world. From the connections between people, between cultures, within language, and more. In these days when more data is collected daily than we could ever hope to explore, the variety in connections being gathered is opening up the possibility to visualize th...

  • Overcoming Maths Aversion: Using DataViz to explain statistical concepts

    How to use Data Visualisation to explain statistical concepts to a lay audience, and translate your data science insights into language that engages people.

  • Beyond Colour Myths: Functional Aesthetics for Better Design

    How much does colour affect our understanding of dashboards? We know bad choices in palettes can definitely break a good dashboard. Join Bridget to learn about avoiding poor colour choice, and how to use function aesthetics to enhance your visualisations.

  • Aim, Audience, Alert. Result: Action

    Numerous data visualisations are developed everyday which see little to no use and result in no impact. Producing effective, actionable dashboards require an appropriate design mindset and the correct business engagement.

    Key topics:
    - Specific end user in mind
    - Purpose for user to use dashboar...

  • From Headlines to Headway

    The world of data is expanding rapidly, and change is coming. Analysts and businesses around the world are realising our roles and use of data are evolving, and we must evolve with it. This presentation addresses recent headlines on data and the impact these concerns can have on the modern busine...

  • Visual Design Principles for Data Visualisation

    The cognitive processes that underpin how we interpret visual input play a significant role in what makes a design ‘good’. This session will explore these principles and translate them into a set of guidelines for creating and improving data visualisation designs.

  • Visualising Organisational Networks

    Visualising informal connections and identifying hidden influencers inside an organisation.

  • Best Practice and Tooling in Google Data Studio

    An overview of what's possible, and advice on getting started with this free reporting and data visualisation tool.

  • Exploring Open-Source and Commercial Data Visualisation Tools

    Data visualisation tools grow in number, spectrum and sophistication. This talk aims at providing a brief overview of the space from low level programming languages to high level click and show tools.

    Key topics:

    The tool space
    - Programming languages
    - Online Templates
    - Vector tools
    - Special...

  • Story as Craft: Narratives and Data

    We call a lot of DataViz work "stories", but let's be honest - most of the time, DataViz audiences don't walk away from our work as moved as after a trip to the movies. What are we missing? How do stories compliment data to help our users understand truth, and how can we apply narrative design to...

  • Building Internal Data Visualisation Communities

    Most successful companies strive to be data-driven organisations in order to grow and achieve success. We'll look at the importance of an organisational data culture and how a data community can really help achieve this from the ground up.

    Key topics:

    - Data culture
    - Internal and External data...

  • Learning as we Go: How we Manage DataViz Teams

    I co-manage a Belfast-based Data Visualisation team, working on Consulting projects across the UK. If you've ever led a data viz team, you'll know that it isn't always plain sailing; training, resourcing and empowering team members is an ongoing commitment. Our team is still learning as we go, bu...

  • Effective Data Presentation in PowerPoint

    Clever Ways to Present Data Effectively in PowerPoint

    Data presentation tips and tricks, and learn how to properly dissect data and visualise charts and tables, to to create clean and effective data presentation in PowerPoint.

  • Making Public Data Accessible and Useful for All