After so many years in academia, I see presenting my work to new audiences as a key part of connecting with the broader design and data vis community. Sharing my work in a different context helps me to step back and look for the birds-eye view, which keeps me interested in my own day-to-day work, as well as creating opportunities for feedback and brainstorming that help to move my work in new directions.
Marrying UX and Data Visualization. With Alex Sitbon and Pouya Shabanpour, representing SHYFT/Medidata. UXPA Conference in Boston. May 2019. link
How to Integrate Data Visualization and UX into a Product Team. With Alex Sitbon and Pouya Shabanpour, representing SHYFT/Medidata. DV/UX Meetup, Venture Cafe at the Cambridge Innovation Center, Boston. Fall 2019. link
Navigating Interdependence: An Ecosystem Approach to Visualizing Complex Systems. Erica Gunn. Gordon Conference on Visualization in Science and Education, August 2017. link
Guest Lecture: Playing with Data: A Workshop on Experimenting with Visual Form. Graduate Graphic Design 1 taught by James Grady, Boston University. Spring 2021. link
Guest Lecture: Vis Responsibly. Graduate Data Science course taught by Lance Galletti, Boston University, Oct 2020. link
Guest Lecture: Giving Form to Data. (new slides!) Graduate Graphic Design 1 taught by James Grady, Boston University. Spring 2020. link
Data Visualization Workshop. With James Grady. BU Spark! program, hosted by the Computer Science Department at Boston University. Apr 2019. link
Guest Lecture: Giving Form to Data. Graduate Graphic Design 1 taught by James Grady, Boston University. Fall 2019. link
Thesis committee member. Northeastern University, College of Arts Media and Design Graduate program. Spring 2018.
Professor: Visualization Technologies. Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design graduate school. Fall 2017. link
Tips for Communicating Complexity: Make the abstract tangible and connect it to people’s lives. Gunn, E. StoryBench blog, invited article, http://www.storybench.org. Published 7/21/2017. Highlighted in the Global Investigative Journalism Network’s top ten list for the week of Aug 9. link
Talking Dirt. Gallery 360, Northeastern University. Information Design and Visualization MFA Thesis Exhibition Show. May – June 2017. link