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Human-Centered Data Visualization: From Theory to Practice

January 19th, 2017 06:00 PM

January 19th, 2017 08:30 PM

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January Chapter Meeting

Data visualization experts often focus on weaving technical understanding with aesthetic skills; however, for data to be useful to audiences, you must analyze human needs and preferences as well. Lydia Hooper will share insights and tools from her experiences as a designer and consultant who specializes in data storytelling. She will also facilitate hands-on activities so attendees can begin practicing new methods right away.

Presented by the Rocky Mountain Chapter of STC


6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Dinner, presentation on Human-Centered Data Visualization: From Theory to Practice, and networking.

Cost Free for STC RMC members (membership will be verified)
Free for STC RMC student members (membership will be verified)
$15 for nonmembers of STC RMC

January's meeting will be held January 19th at the Daniels Fund in Denver. Learn how to use human needs and preferences to make data useful for audiences, meet other like-minded technical communicators, and enjoy a nice evening out!

Register here

Registration for this event closes on January 17, 2017 at 5:00 PM. Attendees must register in advance. We are unable to accept payment the night of the event.


Daniels Fund
101 Monroe Street
Denver, CO 80206