How having fun with Tableau became my catalyst for learning (D+W Zurich)

Thoroughly enjoyed sharing my creative journey with Data Plus Women in Zurich yesterday. If you were unable to join I highly recommend you check out the recording at the bottom of this post and listen to the great stories shared by Elissa Fink and Fi Sizeland. Get ready to be inspired!

For those of you that are interested, I’m also sharing the links to some of the resources and sources of inspiration mentioned in my talk, feel free to reach out should you have any questions.

Inspiration for ‘The Colours of TinTin

Colour relations and proportions – by L Jégou

Do we take data visualization to seriously? – by Neil Richards

>> Link to Viz on Tableau Public

Inspiration for ‘Lego Art Frida Kahlo’

Lego art in Tableau – by Ken Flerlage (I got the name wrong in my talk, my apologies)

>> Link to Viz on Tableau Public

Inspiration for ‘Colours That Defined the Decades’

Systems – a retrospective of 1960s braun design – poster designed by Ross Gunter

>> Link to Viz on Tableau Public

Happy viewing!

Best,
Marian

Author: Marian Eerens

Tableau Fan, Foodie, Travel, Photography

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