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Do more with data visualisation

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Data visualisation is a powerful tool for anyone who wants to relay information. Whether you're looking for tools to use within your business or externally to clients, an understanding of how to use infographics effectively is crucial.

Learn how to present complex information simply, and how infographics can turn data into beautiful images, with data visualisation experts Adam Frost and Tobias Sturt, content director and creative director of digital agency Graphic, respectively.

You'll learn how best to find data, see some examples of best (and worst) practice, and understand how to create memorable images with maximum impact.


  • Free non-/alcoholic drinks upon arrival & throughout the networking part of the evening
  • Network with other likeminded attendees at the end of the event

Adam Frost is content director at Graphic, an agency specialising in data visualisation. He was formerly head of data visualisation at the Guardian's Digital Agency. His work has appeared on the Guardian, the New Statesman, Buzzfeed and elsewhere. He has produced infographics and interactives for a range of public and private-sector clients including the Department for Education, HMRC, Google, P&G, Nestle and Unilever.
Tobias Sturt was head of Creative at the Guardian's Digital Agency and is now creative director of Graphic. He has been working in digital storytelling for almost two decades, in all kinds of media, from web to TV to games to infographics. He has also worked on more conventional digital development projects, from website design to branding, from mobile app interfaces to print projects.


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