Tutorial presented in IEEE VIS 2016

Along with colleagues from Banor University, we presented a tutorial on the Five-Design Sheets methodology in IEEE VIS 2016. More information about the FdS can be found over at the project’s website, at fds.design.

 

Sketching Designs for Data-Visualization using the Five Design-Sheet Methodology

Abstract

When developing visualization software, developers need to plan what they are going to build. They need to make plans of how the data can be visualized using a computer interface. Low fidelity methods, such as sketching, have been used before, however they are ad hoc. This tutorial leads the attendees through sketching designs, considering design alternatives using the Five Design-Sheet methodology.

Reference

  1. Roberts, J. C., Headleand, C., & Ritsos, P. D. (2016). Sketching Designs for Data-Visualization using the Five Design-Sheet Methodology. In Tutorial presented at the IEEE Conference on Visualization (IEEE VIS 2016), Baltimore, MD, USA. [bib]
  2. Roberts, J. C., Headleand, C., & Ritsos, P. D. (2016). Sketching Designs Using the Five Design-Sheet Methodology. Visualization and Computer Graphics, IEEE Transactions On, 22(1), 419–428. [bib]