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 (vaccinated) (@jihan65) May 14, 2020
My #sketchnotes, imperfect of course 😉 pic.twitter.com/Q6xZRY58BJ
You can read more about this & other fireside chats on Nightingale.