Congratulations, your large dataset is up and running on the cluster! But now you’ve found that you can’t display even the most basic use cases in your browser. How you design the user experience can greatly affect how people access and visualize the data.
It’s easy to get mired in the complexities of large data and underlying technology, forgetting that real users, mere mortals, will need to use this information to inform mission-critical tasks. To get the value out of your data investment, you’ll need to provide an experience that enables users to explore and visualize your data in meaningful ways.
In this 1-day course, you'll learn lean how to apply a design mindset and rapid prototyping methods to inform selecting the right visualizations to create great experiences with large data sets.
LENGTH: 1 Day
FORMAT: Lecture with hands-on exercises throughout the day
UI & front-end developers
UX & interaction designers
Executive management with oversight responsibility
Ability to create prototypes with basic use cases through a large dataset
Tailoring experiences to the intended audience and data
Mapping user functions and outcomes to determining the right visualization for the job
Live samples of ways to share complex data in meaningful user interfaces
Live Samples of ways to share complex data in meaningful User Interfaces
Understand the differences between visualizing graph data and other data types
Libraries of different types: Flow Diagrams, Geo Maps, Sankey, Node Chart, Tree Map, etc.
Prototyping - choosing the right weapon from a variety of techniques
Rapidly and economically testing different visualization ideas with users
Zeroing-in on important stories to craft an MVI (Minimum Viable Idea)
“Expero's deep knowledge of user experience patterns and philosophies enabled us to produce an outstanding product that was a quantum leap in our industry.”
Nicole Bryan, VP Product, Tasktop