1-Hour Webinar / Talk

An introduction to data, analytics or business/product teams on how how human-centered design enables AI, ML, analytics, and data-driven decision support solutions to be simple, useful, and value.

Who are these webinars for?

Data scientists, analytics practitioners, CDO/CAOs, analytics translators, BI report developers, and economists. I encourage you to invite your counterparts on the business and product management side, especially if they are your customer/client. If you're a tech company with young UX/UI designers, they may also find this valuable and can likely help you implement the ideas discussed in the webinars.

Webinar Offerings

  • Beyond Data Visualization: How Human-Centered Design Increases the Value of Data Science and Analytics
    When non-designers think of design and data, they usually jump to "data viz." The reality is that effective data-driven solutions usually require more than "getting the visual right." But, what does that mean and where do you start? In this webinar, Brian will share "the rest of the story" about what human-centered design is, the problems it solves, and the value it delivers so that data teams can start to use these skills to get to the root of what their customers really need, and avoid creating hard-to-use solutions that don't get used or never see the light of day in production.
  • I’d Like the AI Platter w/ a Side of ML, Please! (How to Turn Vague Requests for AI Into Workable Data Problems)
    Whether you need traditional BI, analytics, or advanced AI solutions like machine learning, before your analytics or data science team can prescribe the right approach, technical teams need to get to the root of what their customers and business sponsors need. If you're tasked with delivering valuable, engaging, and useful tools, applications, or decision support products that are driven by data, but the people buying or asking for your solutions don't really know what they want beyond asking for "AI," then this webinar can help. It will discuss how to work with stakeholders, how empathy is the key to driving problem clarity, and the role of leaders and executives in facilitating an environment to both succeed and fail forward.
  • Executive Briefing for CxOs: Ways to Embed Human-Centered Design into your Organization
    If you already understand what human-centered design can do for your data projects, products, and tools/apps, but you don't know how to get started, structure an organization, who to to hire, and where they should report, I can help. We'll look at a few different scenarios for data teams, and possible engagement models you can use to start improving the outcomes of your data teams. This offering is target at executive leadership.

Pricing, Purchasing and Next Steps

All webinars are $995 and come with a 100% money-back guarantee (see below). After purchasing, I will contact you about setting up a date for the webinar and which topic you'd like me to present. If no mutually agreeable date can be found, your money will be refunded immediately. If you'd like me to present on-site, or have other questions, just email brian@designingforanalytics.com.

100% Money-Back Guarantee

The webinar comes with a 100% money-back guarantee. If you aren't happy at the end, just let me know and I'll refund your money.

Brian’s session was great…

Data science practitioners need to have the non-technical skills to be effective collaborators with business/product stakeholders. Brian’s session was great, relevant, and on the mark for our audience of technical people and business sponsors."

Randy Guse Randy Guse
Director of Enterprise Analytics: AI and ML Research/Strategy
Optum (UnitedHealth Group)

Great session

Great session, very different approach to other sessions experienced so far. It's incredible how difficult it is to ask open questions 😉

Attendee at O'Reilly Strata Conf.
London, 2019


100% Money-Back Guarantee

The webinar comes with a 100% money-back guarantee. If you aren't happy at the end, just let me know and I'll refund your money.


Just email me at brian@designingforanalytics.com.