SF Bay Area Industry Chapter Event

Human-Centered Data Visualization for Healthcare: Ways to make data more "human readable"

Presented by:

Hunter Whitney

Design Strategist, Instructor, Author
Product-UX & Data Visualization 

February 6, 2018

(ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED)
 
Location:
 
650 Page Mill Road
Palo Alto, CA
   
Schedule:  
6:00pm Brief Chapter Meeting
6:30pm Light Dinner & Networking
7:00pm Mr. Whitney's Presentation
   
Registration: Advanced Registration: $15.00 (Until February 4, 2018)
  At door: $20.00 (If space available. Chech/cash only)

Hunter Whitney is a design strategist, instructor, and author who brings a distinct UX and design thinking perspective to topics including data visualization, analytics, and emerging technologies. He has advised large corporations, start-ups, government agencies, and NGOs to help them achieve their goals through a thoughtful approach to creating digital products and services.
He is the author of Data Insights: New Ways to Visualize and Make Sense of Data published by Morgan Kaufmann/Elsevier and is a chapter contributor for Designing for Emerging Technologies: UX for Genomics, Robotics, and the Internet of Things, published by O’Reilly. He has also written numerous articles covering a range of subjects for various online and print publications.
Whitney’s teaching experience includes being an instructor and curriculum advisor for in person and online courses as well as leading workshops, webinars, and giving keynote presentations. He has taught for UC Berkeley Extension, Coursera/UC Davis Extension, and General Assembly among others.

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Save the Dates for Future BMES Events: 
February 6, 2018   ?   May 1, 2018    ?    August 7, 2018    ?   November 6, 2018
 
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More Information:  For more information about joining our Biomedical Engineering Society Industry Chapter, contact Denise Forkey, Co-Founder and President, (650) 799-9258 or denise_forkey@yahoo.com.