Data Visualisation Literacy or How to Design Data
What you'll learn
- Understand the process of designing a dashboard
- Get an introduction to different types of data
- Learn more about the main visualization formats
- Main data visualisation design mistakes
- No experience is needed to understand data. You will get a basic understanding during the course.
We all live in a time when most decisions for people, small businesses, and big companies are based on data. And it's very important that designers, product managers, and analysts know how to show these data in the right way. How to make sure people can read the information quickly. So this is what it means to display data. It helps us organise and show complex information in a way that everyone can understand.
This course will give you a basic understanding of data visualization, which is the graphical representation of information and data. You will understand how to use visual elements like charts, graphs, and maps.
In addition, we'll talk about visualisation principles such as layout basics, color schemes, how to use icons, symbols, and typography. You will see the main mistakes you must avoid when designing a dashboard.
You will get an idea of how data visualization provides an accessible way to see and understand trends and patterns.
In the world of big data, visualization and technologies are essential for analyzing massive amounts of information and making data-driven decisions. By following simple rules and guidelines from this course, you will be able to create effective data visualisation. Let's get started.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner analysts, UI and UX designers.
My name is Pavel Tahil. I'm a Senior UX Designer with 8+ years in Tech and Experience Design. I launched and contributed to the growth of products in different domains that varied in size and scale: from startups to large enterprises, from local to global products. Now I work with enterprise companies from Fortune 500 at EPAM, UK, growing the Mobile and Web competency within the organization and across EPAM's design discipline.