Supermondays – Data Visualisation write up

by Justin Souter on August 28, 2012

Introduction

I’m catching up with my blogging, and heading off for Supermondays this evening, so keen to get this one up!

By way of context is my post “Supermondays data visualisation evening” – I curated the evening and want to extend my thanks to everyone involved – particularly Brigitta Zics and Culture Lab at Newcastle University, and Rich Bate, digital technician extraordinaire.

I’m super grateful when I remember how the speakers smashed through my already optimistic expectations. You can check them out below with the videos. There are also photos of the event, and presentation(s) – along with some feedback via Twitter.

Speakers

Joeli Brearley

Joeli is a freelance Project Manager, connected with the CultureCode initiative. Find her on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Adrian Park

Adrian is a user interface designer and e-Learning expert. He’s on Twitter and LinkedIn, you can also find his work on Topicaliser here.

Brigitta Zics

Brigitta is the Head of Digital Media / Convenor of Creative Digital Practice Group at Culture Lab at Newcastle University. You can also find her on LinkedIn and via her personal website.

David Coxon

David is Head of IT at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, and can be found on LinkedIn and Twitter – as well as his personal website.

Dave suggested we share images of Data Visualisations here, and also share insights on the same topic.

Dave Sharp

Amongst his other talents, Dave does new business development for digital & creative companies, including Rombus Computers. You can find Dave on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Alan Robson

Alan is Managing Consultant at Methys UK. He’s on LinkedIn.

Stuart Smith

Stuart is CEO of Wood Holmes, an innovation company with offices in London, Manchester, Singapore and Newcastle. Connect with Stuart on Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Presentations

 

Photos

Feedback

 

 

 

 

Bringing it together

Goals

My over-arching feeling on the night was one of fulfilment, and satisfaction that all the speakers did so fantastically well. Thank you all!

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