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Re-thinking Data Visualisation as a Product

How to build better data products that are engaging and long lasting

david pires

Head of Data Visualisation, Expedia Group

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Re-thinking Data Visualisation as a Product

David Pires

Head of Data Visualisation, Expedia Group

How to build better data products that are engaging and long lasting

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The monetisation of analytics has been around for a long time, with companies built around providing key insights to allow their customers to make better decisions. However, in a traditional setting, Data Visualisation is seldom looked at as a product.

A typical product development would involve research, wireframing, prototyping, development, user testing, launch programmes, communications, maintenance & upgrades, and retirement. Most companies instead create reports continuously, and the result is chaos and confusion with old visualisations persisting through time without being retired, and multiple views reporting the same numbers. This duplication adds to mistrust in data and time-wasting. Is there a better way?

There is much to be said for learning from other industries, and Data Visualisation can certainly learn from product development to make sure it builds relevant products that are well maintained and used across the business, improving decision-making and trust in data.

Join David at DataVizLive on 10 November, and get the chance to ask questions and learn more about how to re-think your approach to Data Visualisation, and instil a Product Development mindset in your Data Visualisation team.

Re-thinking Data Visualisation: Building more effective data products

David Pires, Expedia Group

WHY IT'S IMPORTANT

  • Re-thinking Data Visualisation as a product allows us to build better data products that are engaging and long lasting.

WHAT IS COVERED

  • Data Visualisation can learn from other industries and implement some of lessons to build better visualisation applications
  • Re-thinking Data Visualisation as a product, and how to utilise techniques from product management.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Learn how to better develop visualisation applications
  • Take away lessons that you can apply when creating your next data visualisation product.

TYPE: Presentation

LENGTH: 30min

SCOPE: Tactical

AUDIENCE: Data Visualisation, Analytics

SKILLS NEEDED: None

EXPERTISE: Universal

TAGS: Aesthetics, BI, Critique, Information Design, Storytelling, UI/UX

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david pires

head of data visualisation, Expedia group

london (Uk)

As Head of Data Visualisation at Expedia Group, David leads a team of data visualisation engineers. He has worked in analytics for over a decade in a variety of roles, between benchmarking and consulting working in a wide range of industries.

David Co-leads the Tableau User Group in London, and is also a board member in the community initiative Viz for Social Good, helping mission-driven organisations to promote social good through beautiful and informative data visualisations.

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