The workshop is taught by Alan Rutter, at General Assembly.
Data has become the most important resource for every business, and so the ability to distill raw numbers into meaningful messages is coveted by employers and entrepreneurs alike. But the insights gained from data analysis will only ever be truly valuable if they can be clearly expressed to other people – bosses, colleagues, clients, customers, or other stakeholders.
This workshop will be most useful for anybody working with lots of data (as an analyst, data scientist, academic, finance officer, or business managers) who needs to find creative ways to effectively convey the meaning to others.
No prior coding experience is required.
- Be aware of key principles and concepts in information design.
- Discuss examples that represent industry best (and worst) practice.
- Learn to tailor your approach to your audience and context.
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