Brian Suda is an informatician currently residing in Reykjavík,
Iceland. He has spent a good portion of each day connected to Internet
after discovering it back in the mid-01990s. Most recently, he has
been focusing more on how to present data in a way that we can begin
to understand and make informed decisions about things we encounter in
our daily life. This could include better visualizations of data,
interactions, work-flows and ethnographic studies of how we relate to
His own little patch of Internet can be found at suda.co.uk where many
of his past projects and crazy ideas can be found.
A half-day hands-on course on the topic of getting the most out of
data. From what works, what doesn’t to avoiding lying, cheating and
deceiving readers, you’ll practice and have a better understanding of
data visualizations. We’ll cover storytelling, chart types, color,
design, experiments and plenty of good and bad examples. If you’re
just starting out or have lots of data to there is something in this
workshop for you.