The workshop consists of engaging, interactive presentation segments that feature real-world and fictional graph examples, interleaved with group exercises and discussions. Best practices are demonstrated, not just stated, so that audiences understand not just what the best practices are, but also why they yield visualizations or dashboards that are clearer and easier for audiences to understand. No computers or software are used. The workshop is all day in length with morning, lunch and afternoon breaks.
At the end of a workshop, each participant receives a copy of the applicable Stephen Few book, on which the workshop is based.
Stephen Few presenting in Bryggarsalen 2015
With a central location, interesting listed buildings and modern, advanced technology, Bryggarsalen in Vasastan is the self-evident choice for any conference or party organiser who wants that little extra.
Having hosted Stephen Few's workshops in Sweden five times previously, we are now looking forward to hosting Nick Desbarats running the same, but updated workshops. All workshops have received an overall rating of on average 4.6 on a scale 1-5.
Thomas currently works for Solita in Sweden.
No laptop required. Pen and paper will be provided.
Light breakfast and lunch daily.
Coffee. Fresh fruit available throughout the day.