[Skillshare] Data Visualization & UX Basics Free Download

Data Visualization & UX Basics Free Download.

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About This Class

Learn the basics of UX and data visualisation design! In this course you will learn how to create data visualisation designs that are proven to be useful, usable, and engaging. We take a user-centred approach: you will learn the basic techniques of user research, create personas and user stories, design data visualization sketches and mockups, and evaluate your designs with real users.

Don’t let the word “data” in data visualization scare you. A basic idea of “the data that’s available” is required before starting a data visualization design project, but this can be as little as e.g. “we have data on cars driving through New York City”. The UX approach means that we start from the user and investigate what they require instead of the usual data-first approach… We explore the possibilities through imagination and user requirements. We will cover the basics required to create insightful data visualizations and learn what methods to avoid.

For who?

This course is ideal for graphic designers wanting to move into UX and/or data visualization. By understanding the basics of UX and data visualization design, this course will help you not only learn valuable new skills, but through your background in design help the data visualization industry reach new levels. Your design skills and this course combined will result in not just beautiful but also useful and usable data visualizations that can have a major impact on real users and businesses.

Why this class?

My name is Sven Charleer and I am teaching this class. I am a Freelance Data Visualization Experience Designer/Adviser. I have a PhD in data visualization (dashboard) design and user experience. I have 16 years of experience of which 6 were spent in academia guiding and teaching students on topics such as data visualization, user evaluations, AR/VR and more. The content of this course is based on proven methods in academic and industry environments.

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