Designing for Data-driven Organizations
Date: This event took place live on February 14 2013
Presented by: Bitsy Bentley
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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Businesses have access to more data than ever before, but the question of how the data can be leveraged to drive action is at times a daunting task, especially for larger organizations. Designing data delivery applications for enterprise organizations is a very different animal than designing for consumers. In consumer applications the buying decision is made by the end user, while in enterprise applications a buying decision is made for a large and heterogeneous group of end users. Managers who wish to foster data-driven organizations are given the difficult mission of either evaluating or designing software for a seemingly fickle audience.
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About Bitsy Bentley
As the Director of Data Visualization at GfK Custom Research (a global market research firm), Bitsy designs data visualization applications to tell compelling stories about research data. In addition to developing new methodologies and templates for current GfK design processes, she also educates colleagues on current and emergent visualization tools, techniques and best practices.
Prior to joining GfK she worked as a freelance consultant, designing and hand coding interactive data displays for technology companies as well as traditional market research firms.
Bitsy has six years of experience in the market research industry, and holds a B.F.A. in Industrial Design from the University of Wisconsin Stout.