Book review of the wonderful “Better Data Visualizations” from Jon Schwabish. How this book will help you expand your repertoire of charts.
Why Data Visualisation 2 (2nd Edition) from Andy Kirk will help you become a better data visualiser and what you will find in this important resource.
Why #datavizlive in London was great! Continuing my debrief. In #datavizlive part 2 I share lessons from dataveyes, Emma Cosh, Xocas & David McCandless.
Debrief from #datavizlive event in London 2020, sharing key lessons from engaging Data Viz authors & practitioners, with tips for your Data Viz (1 of 2)
Is Data Visualisation your favourite tool for achieving product or customer development? Guest blogger Hanne Sorteberg shares why it works so well for BI.
Making the case for more specialist roles as your Data Science team grows. Why specialists help & the Data Science specialis roles you will need.
Guest blogger, Ryan Den Rooijen shares on the role of Data Artists or Data Visualisation Analysts. Why they are needed and you don’t need to focus on tools.
Best of Data Visualisation from #IIBAwards 2018. Part 2 of a two-part personal review of winners at Kantar IIB Awards, selecting the best #DataViz examples.
This time of year we have another opportunity to celebrate excellence in data visualisation, at the IIB 2018 awards. The Information Is Beautiful (IIB) awards […]
As data visualisation is a favourite theme on this blog, we’ve already covered the 2015 & 2016 “Information is Beautiful” (IIB) awards. Kantar’s leading, international, annual […]
Are your interactive data visualisations working for you or for you users? Have you fallen into pitfall of self-indulgent cleverness? Its anyone using it?