interview met Nadieh Bremer

Nadieh Bremer (NL) is a data visualisation designer. Her focus is on the more creative and experimental aspects of data visualisation. Examples of her work can be found on her website. She received the Rising Star award at the Information is Beautiful Awards in 2016 and is a popular speaker at ... Lees meer

Meet-up met Aurelia Moser

Ben je fan van data en kaarten? Kom dan naar de gratis meet-up met Aurelia Moser (USA) op donderdagmiddag 11 mei in Amsterdam.

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Interview met Dominikus Baur

Dominikus Baur is a data visualisation expert and interaction designer from Germany. He creates usable, aesthetic and responsive visualisations for desktops, tablets and smartphones. In September he will deliver a training in Utrecht on Online Data Visualisation. Dominikus: “Visualisation people – like all experts –... Lees meer

Interview met Benjamin Wiederkehr

Benjamin Wiederkehr is an Interaction Designer with a focus on information visualisation and interface design. With his work, he simplifies complex data and tells stories with a meaningful impact. In February he will deliver a training in Utrecht on Designing User-Centered Visualisations. Benjamin: “The designer’... Lees meer

Interview met Stefanie Posavec

Stefanie Posavec is a designer for whom data is her favoured material, with projects ranging from data visualisation and information design to commissioned data art. In December she will deliver a training in Amsterdam on Data-viz drawing. Stefanie: “Drawing is democratic: anyone can pick u... Lees meer

Interview met Jon Schwabish

Jon Schwabish (USA) is a Senior Research Associate at The Urban Institute’s Income and Benefits Policy Center and founder of PolicyViz, a website to help people communicate research, analysis and ideas in a better way. In October he will deliver a three day training in Utrecht on the Lees meer

Interview met Caroline Beavon

Caroline Beavon (UK) is a visual journalist and graphic designer. In Februari she will run a training on Infographic Storytelling in Utrecht. Caroline: “We have different motives for showing the audience the data in the first place”.

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