Do you hesitate when you need to display complex data for a project? Wonder if you're effectively communicating your message with graphics? Join BMAColorado and our friends from the DigitalAnalytics Association as we welcome Tim Degner, Lead Design Strategistat Nike.
Tim will explore design solutions for displaying and representing data. He will demonstrate industry best practices for visualizing information as well as dive into solutions for effective visual communication. Tim will explain his process for creating designs for his clients. He'll teach you things you could start using immediately for creating more engaging design experiences for sharing critical data with your team, leadership and your clients.
>> Who is this for?
Marketing Professionals responsible for formulating, analyzing or presenting data
Digital Analytics Professionals
>> What you'll takeaway?
The endless design solutions for displaying and interrupting data
Layering in relevant contextual data to better understand the whole picture
How Tim uses one data set with 35+ unique approaches to visually represent the information
Tim's process and methods for creating these 35 unique designs
You’ll leave the session with lots of great ideas for displaying data, and hopefully, some new contacts for your professional network.
>> Featured Speakers
Lead Design Strategist, Nike
Tim has over 14 years of design experience. Much of that time he has focused on information design, brand strategy & consumer insights. Tim transforms complex data into simple visuals assets. He has created presentation decks & infographics for Microsoft, PepsiCo, Smithsonian, Office Depot & Eddie Bauer. Tim has also made thousands of graphics & prints for dozens of apparel companies. He has given several design talks & workshops in Boston, LA, Seattle, Dubai & Malaysia. Currently, he's a Lead Design Strategist at Nike and lives in Portland, Oregon.
>> The Details
Nov 8, 2018 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
A light dinner and networking will be available from 5-6 pm, followed by the program with time for final questions and networking the last 30 minutes.