Data Visualization Design: Theory to Practice

Data Visualization Design: Theory to Practice

This workshop covers the fundamentals of information design and data visualization, from initiation to production. You’ll get familiarized with Dash, python libraries and browser-based tools to create reactive and interactive art and web-based applications.

This is an all-level class for data scientists, engineers, journalists, educators and designers to expand their skills on data visualization and to get equipped with necessary resources to build road-maps and impactful stories.

Experience Level: Beginner to Intermediate. No prior experience necessary.

• Computer with the free text editor Atom installed, download here

Saturday October 3
3 – 6pm PST

Ayse Demir

Born and raised in Turkey; Ayse is San Francisco based, multidisciplinary advanced analytics and data visualization professional with a passion of seeing and creating beautiful things. In all aspects of life, she loves working with complexity; while finding clarity, truth and balance in it. Outside of data and design world, she’s a certified yoga teacher working to bring more strength, gentleness and awareness to her communities. Her interest and curiosity in variety of areas help her build meaningful connections and understand the world as it is.