We tailor our training to suit your needs, from covering the basics & best practice to more complex visualisation techniques and tools.
Our trainers, Andrea Lau and Martin von Lupin, have given classes and lectures at General Assembly, the University of Sydney and UTS, as well as custom talks and workshops for NSW and federal government agencies.
Andrea has been a passionate teacher and advocate for data and visual literacy since being a tutor at the University of Sydney in 2006. Since then, she has honed her teaching skills through co-presenting full-day workshops at Guardian Australia with Nick Evershed, in a series of 7 across Sydney and Melbourne; lecturing and tutoring final year Bachelor of Design Computing students, and giving evening workshops at General Assembly. Andrea has attended conferences as a speaker and panel member in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra, presenting her experience with data visualisation and ideas to make data useful.
Martin von Lupin
Martin is a user experience and user interface designer at the Sydney based data visualisation studio Small Multiples. As a designer he knows that great design is the product of a structured process involving several disciplines. In his studies of interface design at the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam, Germany he gained expertise in designing use friendly and informative data visualisations. Working with data is his passion and he loves to find new streamlined design solutions that showcase a hidden story in the most clearest way. His work was mentioned in several top data visualisation blogs.
Get in touch if you need:
- Attend one of Martin’s General Assembly workshops.
- Need tailored training for your staff or students?
- Looking for Data Visualisation speakers for your next event or conference?
- Need some help to organise a workshop at your workplace?