Top 10 Worst Tableau Designer Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
What you'll learn
- How to quickly plan for success and understanding your end state
- How to stay aligned with your client to ensure your building to specification
- How to present complex data and tell a story all audience members can follow
- How to transform standard dashboards into interactive insight dashboards
- Base knowledge of Tableau
In this course I'm going to teach you the design concepts that I've learned after being a Tableau Designer and Trainer for many years. These concepts are to help you avoid the mistakes I see both experienced and inexperienced designers make which at times can cost companies millions of dollars.
These mistakes are as simple as your use of colours whereas some are most abstract like the part credibility and honestly plays in presenting information. Sadly, I've seen many dashboards and projects slow down or fail completely because the delivery or set up was wrong but the data was right. How could this be?
In this course I'll teach you step by step how to avoid or get around these obstacles and mistakes most others make. You'll learn:
How to quickly plan for success and understanding your end state
How to stay aligned with your client to ensure your building to specification
How to present complex data and tell a story all audience members can follow
How to transform standard dashboards into interactive insight dashboards
This course comes with a 30 day 100% money back guarantee if you're not happy with it!
That means you have nothing to lose but everything to gain!
Who this course is for:
- This is for Tableau users of all levels who want to understand the design process
- For those looking to fast track their careers and development in BI
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Jed Guinto has an academic background in Aerospace Engineering, System/Database Design, Computer Programming and High Density Data Analysis. He has an Advanced Diploma in Aerospace Engineering, a Bachelor's Degree in Aerospace Engineering with Honours and a Graduate Certificate in Engineering Management. He has been trained by some of the brightest and innovative minds in Aerospace, Automotive, Manufacturing, Mechanical and Computer Engineering in the world.
In 2011 he traveled to Augsburg, Germany as an Aerospace Engineer and performed Structural Strength Analysis on aircraft's such as the Airbus A320, A330, A340, A350 and the Boeing 747 and developed his programming and automation skills.
In 2012 he returned to Australia to tutor and mentor underprivileged and disadvantaged school students in physics, english, biology, chemistry and mathematics.
From 2013-14 he was employed by Ford Motor Company as the Asia Pacific and Africa Tooling Systems Engineer. Programs and Databases he developed have been utilized in several countries. During this time, he began teaching Excel online.
In 2015, he was awarded the ARC Discovery Grant Scholarship to pursue his study into Nonlinear Vibro-Acoustics for aircraft carbon-composite applications. Part of experience involved working under former NASA Ames Senior Research Engineer Dr. Jon Watmuff in teaching Computational Engineer Analysis methods to undergraduate students. Surveys from the students he taught had a satisfaction rating of 94%.
In 2016, he founded Paperclip Learning which teaches Microsoft Excel online.
In 2017, he worked at Careers Training Group, an organisation focused on Aged Care and Early Childhood training. His main role was to develop analytic systems to connect people with technology.
In 2018, he was recruited by Toyota Australia as part of the Takata Airbag Recall Program; the largest safety recall in automotive history. There he developed the tracking system which manages all recall activities and introduced Business Analytics and Cloud Technology.