I got a chance to join two incredible designers — Katherine Haugh & Duncan Geere — for a fireside chat on Sketching & Data Visualization. This chat was done virtually, moderated by Amy Cesal for the DataVizSociety .
We spoke about using sketching in the data viz process, using sketching as an aesthetic for data viz, and using sketchnoting as a way to visually represent information.
You can watch the session on Youtube :
A few tweets about the fireside chat:
Just enjoyed a fireside chat w data viz heavy hitters @AmyCesal @Katherine_Haugh @duncangeere & @rasagy on #sketching #visualthinking #visualization that’s all in one-informative, creative, meaning generating & thought-provoking. 🙏🏽 to @DataVizSociety for organizing the session. pic.twitter.com/fE8O4EkJ7R— Kavita Mittapalli, Ph.D. (@KavitaMNA) May 14, 2020
Thank you @DataVizSociety for organising this talk with @duncangeere @Katherine_Haugh @rasagy on Sketching and #dataviz - Two worlds that intertwine so well.— Claudio Nichele (@jihan65) May 14, 2020
My #sketchnotes, imperfect of course 😉 pic.twitter.com/Q6xZRY58BJ
You can read more about this & other fireside chats on Nightingale .