PRICE€ 420 (VAT exempt) / including lunch.
FOR WHOAnyone who wants to translate (complex) information in a visual way, like communication specialists, visual designers, editors, researchers, marketeers and journalists. And want to focus on the creative process.
PRACTICAL INFORMATIONThis one day training will be offered in the first half of 2021 (with reservation). Keep an eye on the website or send a message via the Ask more info button and we keep you informed.
The training will take place at the Centraal Museum in Utrecht.
Training Creative Dataviz DesignWith so many tools around to create visualisations these days, it’s easy to get overwhelmed or being stuck to the defaults. In this training, you will learn to think a bit more out of the box and step beyond the conventional charts.
By looking at the boundaries of a visualisation project, we will challenge our creative muscles to come up with alternative visualisation designs that will engage and inspire users, and still communicate a clear message.
Learn how to expand your horizon and look what is possible in addition to the standard set of graphs we all know or use. Try to think no longer about the limitations of tools and software, but design visualizations that effectively display the insights. Gain more self-confidence in choosing the best form for your dataset and be more creative within the tools you use.
ContentThe following topics will be covered:
- How can creativity be part of all the steps in your data visualization process?
- How do you come up with ideas and concepts to visualize?
- How do you apply a more creative approach and make more unique but still effective, functional and user-friendly data visualisations?
Jan Willem Tulp is an independent Data Experience Designer from The Netherlands. With his company TULP interactive, he creates custom data visualisations for a variety of clients. For more than 7 years he has helped clients such as Google, European Space Agency, Scientific American, Nature, and World Economic Forum by creating visualisations, both interactive and in print. His work has appeared in several books and magazines and he speaks regularly at international conferences.