Category Archives: Data-driven culture

Digital Analysts: Three Tips for Leading Data-Driven Change

Like it or not you are a change agent if you work in the field of analytics. If you think about the role of an analytics professional, change should be a natural consequence of your work. Focus less on that, … Continue reading

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Data-Driven Design: Dare to Wield the Sword of Data – Part II

In my previous article, I talked about how web design can benefit from data, and now I’d like to recommend some ways in which data can be better fused with the creative process. Although recent studies have debunked the myth … Continue reading

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Data-Driven Design: Dare to Wield the Sword of Data – Part I

At times, creative and data are seen as being at odds. Some designers view data as a potential barrier to their creativity and feel their designs shouldn’t be judged solely by data. Three years ago a flashpoint in the “design … Continue reading

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31 Essential Quotes on Analytics and Data

Who doesn’t like a good quote? We come across interesting and useful quotes all of the time in literature, news media, entertainment, and so on. A potent, succinct quote that underlines a key point or supports an important truth can … Continue reading

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