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Welcome to the 200th episode of the PolicyViz Podcast! This week’s episode wraps up Season 7 of the podcast after which I’ll be taking a break from publishing until the fall. To celebrate–and to mix things up–in this week’s episode, Renee MacLeod from Tableau interviews me and my colleague Alice Feng about our latest report, the Do No Harm Guide: A…
 
Miriah Meyer is an associate professor in the School of Computing at the University of Utah and a faculty member in the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute. She co-directs the Visualization Design Lab, which focuses on the design of visualization systems for helping people make sense of complex data, and on the development of methods for hel…
 
Scott Berkun is a bestselling author and popular speaker on creativity, leading projects, culture, business, and many other subjects. He’s a former interaction designer and project manager who worked for many years at Microsoft and WordPress.com. Scott’s the author of eight books, including The Myths of Innovation, Confessions of a Public Speaker, …
 
Casey Miller is a data and graphics journalist at the Los Angeles Times. She enjoys turning data sets into easily understandable, unique, and engaging experiences for users. Before the Los Angeles Times, Casey created data driven narratives at Mapbox and was an engineer at Vox Media in New York where she worked with various editorial teams to tell …
 
Francis Gagnon is the founder of Voilà:, an information design company specializing in sustainable development. In addition to leading the work of the firm, he delivers training and gives talks on information design and data visualization. Francis worked eight years (2005-2013) for the World Bank Group, in Washington DC. He led the design of the fi…
 
You have surely heard of Nadieh Bremer and Shirley Wu, the super-duo behind the project and new book, Data Sketches. I’m very excited to welcome both of them to the PolicyViz Podcast this week! We cover some new ground in this interview–we talk in depth about their data visualization creation process as well as how they clean and approach their dat…
 
Charlie Smart is a visual journalist based in Brooklyn, New York. He is currently a graphics editor at the New York Times where his work focuses on mapping the coronavirus pandemic and U.S. elections. Charlie is one member of a large team that created and has maintained the Times’ COVID dashboard. We talk about the origins of the project, edits alo…
 
Kaz Sakamoto is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and has been teaching at Columbia University since 2014. He is also currently a senior data scientist at Lander Analytics. Kaz has previously worked at Goldman Sachs, and the New York City Economic Development Corporation, where he convi…
 
Eva Murray, Technology Evangelist and Tableau Zen Master, is a leader in the data visualization community, running the popular global social data project #MakeoverMonday and the speaker platform ‘The Maple Square’. Eva is passionate about helping people understand, work with and fall in love with data by giving them a platform for learning about da…
 
Sarah Williams is an Associate Professor of Technology and Urban Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where she is also Director of the Civic Data Design Lab and the Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism. Williams’ combines her training in computation and design to create communication strategies that expose urban policy iss…
 
Zach Norris, Executive Director of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, author of We Keep Us Safe: Building Secure, Just, and Inclusive Communities, and co-founder of Restore Oakland, visits the PolicyViz podcast to talk about working with and for people and families across the country. The post Episode #180: Zach Norris appeared first on Policy…
 
Valentina D’Efilippo is an award-winning designer, creative director, and author based in London. Working across formats and industries, her work takes many forms – from theatre productions and exhibitions to editorial content and digital experiences. She has co-authored “The Infographic... The post Episode #178: Valentina D’Efilippo appeared first…
 
Mike Bostock is the creator of D3, a popular open-source JavaScript library for visualizing data and Observable, an open-source notebook for exploring data and thinking with code. Previously, Mike was a graphics editor for The New York Times, where he helped produce a... The post Episode #175: Mike Bostock appeared first on PolicyViz.…
 
In case you don’t know, for the last 12 weeks or so I’ve been hosting live video chats with experts in the fields of data, presentation skills, and data visualization. This Data@Urban Digital Discussion series gives (I hope!) people an... The post Episode #174: Graham MacDonald and Claire Bowen appeared first on PolicyViz.…
 
Niklas Elmqvist is a full professor in the iSchool at University of Maryland, College Park where he directs the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory (HCIL). His research area is information visualization, human-computer interaction, and visual analytics. He was elevated to the rank... The post Episode #173: Niklas Elmqvist appeared first on Policy…
 
Alper Sarikaya is a Research and Development Engineer at Microsoft working on Power BI and its visualization features. His experience has focused on enabling people to create summary visualizations for the purposes of effectively communicating trends, patterns, and distributions in... The post Episode #172: Alper Sarikaya appeared first on PolicyVi…
 
As the world hunkers down to slow the spread of the coronavirus, a lot of information is making its way to our information channels. Some of this information is true, some is false, and some is misleading in one way... The post Episode #170: DataViz in the Time of COVID appeared first on PolicyViz.由The PolicyViz Podcast
 
Meagan Longoria is a business intelligence consultant with Denny Cherry & Associates Consulting and a Microsoft Data Platform MVP. She helps people understand their data and use it to make better decisions. While her skills include data modeling, data warehousing,... The post Episode #169: Meagan Longoria appeared first on PolicyViz.…
 
In this week’s episode, I start to celebrate my new book, Elevate the Debate: A Multilayered Approach to Communicating Your Research. Co-authored with my colleagues in the communications department at the Urban Institute, the goal of the book is to... The post Episode #167: Elevate the Debate: How to Drive Fact-Based Policy Conversations appeared f…
 
Dr. Jessica Witt is a Professor in Psychology at Colorado State University. Dr. Witt received her Ph.D from the University of Virginia in 2007, and has been at CSU since 2012. Dr. Witt recently won the American Psychological Association’s Distinguished Scientific... The post Episode #166: Jessica Witt appeared first on PolicyViz.…
 
Molly Bauch specializes in business transformation, innovation, and strategic communications. She has more than 15 years’ consulting experience helping clients launch new programs, transform service delivery, and embrace fundamental, sustainable change. She’s a Climate Reality Leader, an International Society for... The post Episode #164: Molly Bau…
 
I try to spend time watching great speeches. It helps inform how I give my own talks and how I think about teaching others. This past week, I watched Sacha Baron Cohen’s remarks at the Anti-Defamation League’s International Leadership Awards... The post Episode #163: Anti-Defamation League appeared first on PolicyViz.…
 
With a decade of experience as User eXperience Designer, Stéphanie Walter helps her clients in the banking, healthcare, automotive and financial industry deliver successful projects to their audience, all the way from strategy to the final products and services. She... The post Episode #162: Stéphanie Walter appeared first on PolicyViz.…
 
Robert Simmon is a data visualizer and designer working with Planet. He focuses on producing visualizations that are elegant and easily understandable, while accurately presenting the underlying data. He helped create some of NASA and Planet’s most widely-seen imagery, including... The post Episode #161: Rob Simmon appeared first on PolicyViz.…
 
Sandra Rendgen is an author, consultant and concept developer with a focus on data visualization, interactive media and the history of infographics. She is the author of several books about historical and current developments in the field, most recently History... The post Episode #159: Sandra Rendgen appeared first on PolicyViz.…
 
Part of the FT’s interactive news team, John-Burn Murdoch works as a journalist alongside developers and designers to produce a mix of long term data-driven projects and same day interactive news stories. Other activities include presenting to domestic and overseas... The post Episode #155: John Burn-Murdoch appeared first on PolicyViz.…
 
Michael Kubovy is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of Virginia. His publications in cognitive science span the fields of decision-making, visual and auditory perception, the psychology of art and the psychology of pleasure. In his work on perception he... The post Episode #154: Michael Kubovy appeared first on PolicyViz.…
 
Cal Newport is an associate professor of computer science at Georgetown University and the author of six books, including Deep Work and So Good They Can’t Ignore You. You won’t find him on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, but you can often find him at home with... The post Episode #152: Cal Newport appeared first on PolicyViz.…
 
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