Data Visualisation - the path to understandibility
Posted by: Fjord
Date added: Mon 11 Jul 2011
People encounter more and more data to view, understand and use, in their personal and professional lives.
Data Visualisation is not just about making data look pretty, but also ensuring this information remains effective and understandable, essential in today’s data-rich yet time-poor society.
Fjord CEO Olof Schybergson has co-written a white paper on this topic with Paul Kahn, Managing Director of Kahn+Associates.
The white paper examines current thinking, future developments and how organisations can harness the power of effective Data Visualisation.
See some of Fjord's work, which includes Data Visualisation here.
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