Data And Computational Science Series - Data Visualization Accessibility (Workshop - Main Campus Libraries) #1484

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A well thought out and designed visualization can convey meaning and deep insight into vast amounts of data.  In the third of a four part lecture series, this interactive workshop will focus on what makes a data visualization accessible to all users of the content especially people with disabilities”.


This will be an in-person workshop.  A recording will be made available through the UC LIbraries Kaltura Instance after the workshop.

Course Details

Thursday, September 1, 2022
From 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM
Amy Koshoffer
Braunstein Hall
Amy Koshoffer
(513) 556-1310
Braunstein Hall
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
United States of America
240 H Braunstein Hall (The Visualization Lab inside GMP Library)
The Instructor: Frank Elavsky is a design engineer turned researcher who is currently pursuing a PhD studying the intersection of data interaction and accessibility at Carnegie Mellon University’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute. He is also the author of Chartability, a set of heuristics for evaluating the accessibility of data experiences. Before pursuing his PhD, Elavsky was a lead contributor to Visa Chart Components, a design system component library of charts and graphs built with a focus on accessibility."