The future of data-driven design and how big data fits into the picture is the focus of an event at Revv Oakland Oct. 1.
UX Pittsburgh, a forum of Pittsburgh user experience professionals, will host “Data-Driven Design” to address just how big data can be leveraged in this area, from aggregation to information visualization and predictive modeling.
Adi Veerubhotla, a user experience designer for IBM, and Pat Stroh, vice president of Data Science and Consulting Services at Precision Dialogue, will speak and lead the discussion.
“Big Data has been around for quite some time, but professionals need to figure out a way to look at, analyze and understand what all that information is really saying and how to make it digestible to users,” says Erica Volkman, founder of UX Pittsburgh.
The event will be held at Revv Oakland, located at 122 Meyran Avenue in Oakland. To reserve a spot, click here
. It is co-sponsored by Gatesman+Dave.
Writer: Deb Smit