2019 marks the twelfth anniversary of the Infographics Conference! Over the past years, we've had the privilege of sharing the stage with many great designers, journalists, scholars and entrepreneurs.
Author of The Functional Art. Professor Information Graphics and Visualization at the School of Communication at the University of Miami. Teaches information graphics and visualization, and is interested in the convergence between Visual Communication, Journalism, and Cognitive Science.
Since 2007, Chris Campbell has worked for the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court in The Hague. He has produced infographics about war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide for all the cases currently going to trial, as well as those under preliminary examination.
Interactive Projects Editor at The Washington Post. She leads the design and development of multimedia projects that combine video, photography, graphics and social media and is also adjunct professor at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism that won an OJA for Best Student Multimedia last year.
Co-founder of Daytum.com, and currently a member of the product design team at Facebook. His work has been profiled in publications including the Wall Street Journal, Wired and Good Magazine and has been recognized as one of the 50 most influential designers in America by Fast Company.
Senior Sales Engineer for Adobe Systems Benelux. Co-founded Laser Design in 1985, the first DTP agency in Amsterdam. Was approached by Adobe to support the European market following the introduction of Photoshop 1.0. These days Ton shows people the wonderful world of Adobe Creative Suite.
As an assistant professor in new media and digital culture at the department of media and culture studies, Utrecht University, he specializes in lecturing on and studying digital games and play. Among his research interests is the relationship between information, remediation and storytelling in game design.
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John has produced infographics for many magazines, newspapers, books and corporate clients. He teaches infographics at the School of Visual Communication at Ohio University. A regular at our conference he presented nearly every year, even in disguise and from a DeLorean car.
Former graphics director of Time Magazine for 16 years. Since 1994 Nigel has run his own company, Explanation Graphics. He also does graphics and illustrations for the New York Times. He's written six books, including most recently Wordless Diagrams, and Nigel Holmes on Information Design.