The Department of Geography and the Environment is proud to announce a free workshop: Designing Maps that Tell Better Stories by Derek Watkins, Graphics Editor at The New York Times.
The workshop will be held Friday November 18th, from 11 AM-1 PM in ENV 345.
Derek Watkins is a geographer who works as a designer, developer, and reporter to visually communicate the news. Examples of his cutting-edge mapping and graphics work can be found at: http://dwtkns.com/portfolio/.
For the Nov 18th workshop, Derek will provide tips on how to design maps and graphics to clearly present data and tell better visual stories. The workshop is designed for students, faculty, and staff with some mapping skills, and experience displaying data for research theses, scholarly presentations, and/or published manuscripts.
Seats are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If interested, please sign up in the department office, ENV 210.