Registration for Designing Information Workshop
NOTE: THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL. You may still sign up and we will put you on the waitlist, as we will likely have a few cancellations.

This workshop (September 19, 9am-noon, location TBA) will focus on applying the principles of graphic design to make graphs and other data displays more informative and accessible, while enhancing their visual aesthetic.

The questions on this form will help us plan this workshop and future workshops. Because this is a hands-on workshop, space is limited. You will be notified of your workshop admission status by the first week in September. If demand greatly exceeds available slots, we hope to be able to repeat the workshop.

Name (First and Last)
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What are your current challenges with creating visuals to represent your data?
Describe your data set in LAY LANGUAGE. (What data do you have and what relationships do you want to show?)
Your answer
What do you hope to learn in this workshop?
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In addition to researchers in your field, with what audience(s) do you plan to share your research over the next few years?
What other kinds of visualization workshops would you want to attend?
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*Graduate students
Due to space limitations, this workshop is not open to graduate students. Graduate students interested in graphic design should consider taking a course through UCSD Extension using Graduate Division's voucher program: .
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