When it comes to producing data visualisations or media content, the feedback that I receive varies depending on the context and subject. I would have people say "I like how you've written this paragraph" or others would say "This viz needs a complete revamp, I don't like it at all." That's all well and good … Continue reading How do you get better feedback?
Thursday 1 February 2018 saw the return of the Birmingham Tableau User Group from the University of Law in Birmingham. Considering this was the first-ever TUG I have ever been to in March 2017, it seemed very fitting this would be my first Tableau event of 2018. The team have expanded from one to three co-leaders. Running … Continue reading BrumTUG – Back with a bang!
Time flies so fast when you are having fun! It's hard to believe it has been eight months since I started my Tableau adventure and in that time, I have published 52 visualisations on my Tableau Public profile, which is a great achievement. But there's more to that, how has a piece of software made a difference to my … Continue reading Eight months in – Tableau has changed my life
For many years, I used to be very closed about the fact that I was on the autistic spectrum. From the age of three, I was diagnosed by a Doctor as having Asperger's Syndrome, which is a mild form of autism, which affects the way I interact and create relationships around me whether that is … Continue reading Asperger’s is not a barrier, it’s who I am