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Brian O'Neill is a product designer and founder of the consultancy, Designing for Analytics, which provides design and UX consulting for custom enterprise data products and apps. For over 20 years, he has worked with companies including DELL/EMC, Tripadvisor, Fidelity, NetApp, MITRE, JP Morgan Chase, ETrade and numerous startups. In addition to consulting, Brian is also an international speaker and podcast guest and has appeared at multiple O'Reilly Strata conferences. He also authored the Designing for Analytics Self-Assessment Guide for Non-Designers and maintains an active mailing list. In 2018, Brian joined the International Institute for Analytics' Expert Network as an advisor on design and UX. A musician by training, Brian is also a professional percussionist in Boston. He tours internationally and has performed at Carnegie Hall and The Kennedy Center. Follow him on Twitter (@rhythmspice) or join the mailing list at designingforanalytics.com.

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Brian O'Neill is a product designer and founder of the consultancy, Designing for Analytics, which provides design and UX consulting for custom enterprise data products and apps. For over 20 years, he has worked with companies including DELL/EMC, Tripadvisor, Fidelity, NetApp, MITRE, JP Morgan Chase, ETrade and numerous startups. In addition to consulting, Brian is also an international speaker and podcast guest and has appeared at multiple O'Reilly Strata conferences. He also authored the Designing for Analytics Self-Assessment Guide for Non-Designers and maintains an active mailing list. In 2018, Brian joined the International Institute for Analytics' Expert Network as an advisor on design and UX.

When he is not manning his Big Green Egg at a BBQ or mixing a classic tiki cocktail, Brian can be found on stage performing as a professional percussionist and drummer. He leads the acclaimed dual-ensemble, Mr. Ho's Orchestrotica that is "engagingly unique" (Boston Globe). Brian has performed at prestigious venues including Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, and the Montreal Jazz Festival. If you're at a conference where Brian is speaking, just look for only guy with a stylish orange leather messenger bag.

Follow Brian on Twitter (@rhythmspice) or join the mailing list at designingforanalytics.com.