Interactive Chats: Data Visualization with Stamen Design
Eric Rodenbeck | Stamen Design on Data Visualization
Stamen is a design and technology studio in San Francisco.
Fast Company named Stamen as one of the 50 Most Innovative Companies: “Nobody makes data accessible and beautiful like Stamen.”
…The firm’s technological and aesthetic savvy has helped visualize much more, including taxi traffic, real-estate values, even crime patterns—all depicted in jarringly gorgeous maps.… Stamen’s big dream is even loftier: to use data-visualization techniques to make information on crucial scientific topics, such as climate change, accessible to all.”
Eric Rodenbeck, Stamen Design founder: CEO, Creative Director, Entrepeneur, Father, Husband:
“Data, plants, maps, cities, laughing out loud. I do things the hard way.”
Interactive Chats is a series of evening events with a specific focus on interactive design topics. Interactive Chat sessions are a combination of lecture and discussion. Learn from local experts: what tools they use, how they apply creative thinking to problem solving, thoughts on future design trends, etc. Participate in an intimate setting and get to know fellow attendees.
AIGA San Francisco continues its series of evening events that focus on interactive design topics. Intended for designers with beginning to intermediate experience with designing and building for the web, tablet and mobile environments, each event will give you the chance to learn from local experts as well as share your own knowledge with other attendees.
6:00 – 6:30 pm: appetizers & drinks
6:30 – 7:30 pm: presentation
7:30 – 8:00 pm: Q&A and discussion
8:00 – 8:30 pm: reception
Graduate Program in Design @ California College of the Arts
Make design that matters. design.cca.edu
Faculty include: Martin Venezky,Wendy, Ju, Jon Sueda, Geoff Kaplan,
Scott Minneman, Mara Skov. Chair Leslie Carol Roberts.
CCA’s Graduate Program in Design is collaboration, creativity, and play as key tools in making innovation. We work using project-based learning – integrating story-telling, research, and business into a skills-rich thesis year.