Lily works for Condé Nast as a designer-slash-developer and creates interactive digital experiences for the publisher’s many brands, including Vogue, Pitchfork, Conde Nast Traveler, Architectural Digest, and Epicurious. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Lily has always been drawn to the space where art and science collide – as a kid she couldn’t decide whether to be an astronaut or an artist. Like many people in the field, she fell into data visualization sideways after dabbling in fine art, geography, research writing, and graphic design. Lily plays tennis, illustrates letters, and takes an excessive amount of photos everywhere she goes.
Hidden Data Viz
Not all data visualizations look like data visualizations. Many of our projects may not look very data-y, but look under the hood and it’s there. It's all about using data to communicate ideas that may not be obvious targets for visualization (e.g. suggest music you may like, help you pick an outfit for that wedding, find recipes tailored to your pantry, and create a customized Thanksgiving). In this talk, Condé Nast's Lily Boyce will show how to recognise opportunities to visualise content with data, and how to do that effectively.
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