It's been a while since I last blogged about anything as I talk freelancing, finding full-time work and new work-in-progress projects.
In the past few weeks, my Makeover Monday entries in Tableau have been using a bar chart with sparing use of colour. It got me thinking about all the data visualisations I have published on Tableau Public (all 53 of them!) and why I take certain avenues and directions with the visualisations I produce. If you have heard the KISS … Continue reading Simple is better for data visualisations than complexity
As someone who has finished their media degree at Birmingham City University, I have recognised the importance of feedback not just on my course, but in the interests I pursue in my everyday life. Having constructive criticism in the work I produce only helps to develop myself to become a better worker but you could … Continue reading The importance of feedback
After being recommended to try Tableau's weekly social data project #MakeoverMonday, which is run by Andy Kriebel and Eva Murray, I have immersed myself in the project which has given me a place where I can share my work on social media within the Tableau community and get feedback by other participants. Whilst it has … Continue reading Reflecting on my first two Tableau #MakeoverMonday weeks so far – a lot to learn