Big Data: Designing & Architecting Reactive UIs (Online Seminar)

What do my users want to do with Big Data? How do they want to visualize it, interact with it and manage it? How big is my data, really? How much data can a human deal with at one time, and how much data should we process at one time? How can the UX accommodate data sources that respond at different rates?

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Big Data: Designing & Architecting Reactive UIs (Online Seminar)

What do my users want to do with Big Data? How do they want to visualize it, interact with it and manage it? How big is my data, really? How much data can a human deal with at one time, and how much data should we process at one time? How can the UX accommodate data sources that respond at different rates?

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What do my users want to do with Big Data? How do they want to visualize it, interact with it and manage it? How big is my data, really? How much data can a human deal with at one time, and how much data should we process at one time? How can the UX accommodate data sources that respond at different rates?

If these questions resonate with you, then check out this tag-team online seminar by Expero co-principal and UX designer Lynn Pausic and Palladium president and software engineer Sebastian Good.

On the user side, Lynn discusses how to envision useful, usable interface solutions for serious Big Data problems, while Sebastian tackles the technical side of Big Data’s back end.

Enjoy the online seminar, and please join us for future topics such as crafting a user experience for the Internet of Things.

 

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Lynn Pausic

August 12, 2015

Big Data: Designing & Architecting Reactive UIs (Online Seminar)

What do my users want to do with Big Data? How do they want to visualize it, interact with it and manage it? How big is my data, really? How much data can a human deal with at one time, and how much data should we process at one time? How can the UX accommodate data sources that respond at different rates?

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What do my users want to do with Big Data? How do they want to visualize it, interact with it and manage it? How big is my data, really? How much data can a human deal with at one time, and how much data should we process at one time? How can the UX accommodate data sources that respond at different rates?

If these questions resonate with you, then check out this tag-team online seminar by Expero co-principal and UX designer Lynn Pausic and Palladium president and software engineer Sebastian Good.

On the user side, Lynn discusses how to envision useful, usable interface solutions for serious Big Data problems, while Sebastian tackles the technical side of Big Data’s back end.

Enjoy the online seminar, and please join us for future topics such as crafting a user experience for the Internet of Things.

 

User Audience

Services

Project Details

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