Best Practices for Creating Useful & Usable Interactive Visualizations

Expero's Lynn Pausic and Chad Huff present best practices for creating useful and usable interactive visualizations for complex data sets, starting with ascertaining what your users will do with the data.

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Best Practices for Creating Useful & Usable Interactive Visualizations

Expero's Lynn Pausic and Chad Huff present best practices for creating useful and usable interactive visualizations for complex data sets, starting with ascertaining what your users will do with the data.

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Ever wonder about the best way to visualize your application’s data sets? Is a tree map the way to go? Maybe a bubble chart? Are there certain visual mechanisms that lend themselves naturally to certain data types? Do your users even understand common visualizations? This webinar can help.

Expero's Lynn Pausic and Chad Huff present best practices for creating useful and usable interactive visualizations for complex data sets, starting with ascertaining what your users will do with the data. The presenters show examples of battle-tested data visualization types and help you figure out how to make sure your users get the most out of the visualizations you create.

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May 21, 2015

Best Practices for Creating Useful & Usable Interactive Visualizations

Expero's Lynn Pausic and Chad Huff present best practices for creating useful and usable interactive visualizations for complex data sets, starting with ascertaining what your users will do with the data.

Ever wonder about the best way to visualize your application’s data sets? Is a tree map the way to go? Maybe a bubble chart? Are there certain visual mechanisms that lend themselves naturally to certain data types? Do your users even understand common visualizations? This webinar can help.

Expero's Lynn Pausic and Chad Huff present best practices for creating useful and usable interactive visualizations for complex data sets, starting with ascertaining what your users will do with the data. The presenters show examples of battle-tested data visualization types and help you figure out how to make sure your users get the most out of the visualizations you create.

User Audience

Services

Project Details

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