45 min. talk
Exploring the challenges encountered when visualising data collected from both sensors and devices, but also from people. How do we combine and visualise these two potentially quite different forms of information?
Today more and more data is collected autonomously from sensors in buildings, on our smartphones, and on our wrists. Yet, some data still comes from people who give us qualitative and quantitative feedback that augments what the sensors tell us. What are the challenges of combining and visualising these two types of data?
In this presentation, Ellis will explore the benefits and trade-offs of designing data tools that talk to sensors and talk to people at the same time. He’ll discuss a recent project for The U.S. Green Building Council called the LEED Dynamic Plaque that collects data from building meters and combines it with qualitative data gathered from building occupants. He’ll talk about the UX challenges of visualising these two data types and how they can be used to make buildings more efficient and our cities greener.
Sketch by Inge Nahuis, consultant at GriDD Effective Information
Sketch by Ruud Cox
Ellis Neder is a product designer and the founder of Sway Design. He creates tools that help people use data to make smarter decisions. Ellis has designed web and mobile applications for the U.S. Green Building Council, Starbucks, The Open Society, United Way of America, Scholastic and ZocDoc. He enjoys working with seed stage companies who are validating and launching their first product. His design work and writing can be found at ellisneder.com.
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