Making quick and accurate decisions is vital in certain environments. However, often the visualized data is based on antiquated presentation paradigms leading to user frustration, inaccuracy in interpretation and the potential for life-threatening mistakes. This lecture will explore this topic through the lens of different work environments, and provide some examples of how the design of data can make the situation better.
The lecture is open to School of Design's staff and students. Event registration is required.
About the Speaker
Associate Professor of Design, College of Architecture + Planning,
The University of Utah
Jim Agutter is an Associate Professor of Design in the College of Architecture + Planning at the University of Utah. Jim's research has focused on the application of 2D and 3D design concepts to large-scale, real-time data environments. He has published extensively in the area of information visualization and design challenges in healthcare and cyber-security. He has won numerous awards for his work, including Creative Achievement Award by Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture and the University of Utah Distinguished Innovation and Impact Award.