Jer Thorp at Eyeo

Jer gave a great talk at Eyeo today. Jer says: I am notoriously bad at looking into the future.  I could have been employee #5 […]

Ali Momeni and MAW

Ali Momeni teaches here in Minneapolis and started a collective in Minneapolis called MAW – the He says: I’ve been reflecting on the outings […]

Nicholas Felton

Nicholas Felton spoke first at Eyeo this morning and told us what ended up being a beautiful, romantic story. Nicholas tracks the data of his […]

Robert Hodgin

This evening’s first presentation at Eyeo was by Robert Hodgin, who is a terrific speaker and explainer, and funny to boot.  Robert says: I remember […]

Marius Watz – Random Thoughts on Code and Form

Marius (another LISA alum!) spoke this afternoon at Eyeo. He says: It took me 15 years to get to finally making some screen prints of […]

Zach Lieberman – Drawing Movement and Magic

Zach Lieberman was the next speaker at Eyeo this morning.  I have encountered Zach’s name before and I’ve either invited him, or planned to invite […]

Jake Barton of Local Projects

Day two of the Eyeo Festival.  I was late from doing email back at the room, so I missed a bunch of the demonstration projects […]

Natalie Jermijenko's Eyeo Presentation

I was only able to attend one of the evening sessions tonight at the Eyeo Festival (because things got started pretty late and will end […]

Data Viz 101 with Jer Thorp and Wes Grubbs

Much of this session was actually writing code to make a demo program, but I captured the part that was more chatty.  The picture above […]

Amanda Cox: Making Illustrations Better with an Annotation Layer

At Eyeo, the afternoon sessions split into 3 tracks.  I attended a presentation by Amanda Cox, who does Data Visualization for the NYT.  She makes […]