Alice Feng

Alice Feng is a data visualization developer based in the Washington, DC area. Her work has appeared in The Parametric Press, The Pudding, Nightingale, Forbes, and the Stanford Social Innovation Review. Alice previously worked as a data viz developer at the Urban Institute where she built interactive and static data visualization features and tools communicating public policy research and is currently a senior data scientist at Natera. She has a master’s in statistical practice from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor’s in economics and animate arts from Northwestern University

  • Data visualization developer based in the Washington, DC area
  • Senior data scientist at Natera, applying data visualization skills to improve patient outcomes
  • Previously worked as a data viz developer at the Urban Institute
  • Had work published in The Parametric Press, The Pudding, Nightingale, Forbes, and the Stanford Social Innovation Review
  • Works with nonprofit organizations such as DataKind and Data4Change
  • Master’s degree in statistical practice from Carnegie Mellon University
  • Bachelor’s degree in economics and animate arts from Northwestern University
Alice Feng

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  1. Anti-Racist Data Visualization: Top Tips And Tricks
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    Anti-Racist Data Visualization: Top Tips And Tricks

    Data visualization expert Alice Feng will help you learn about the use of language, color, icons, imagery, ordering, and more in your charts and graphs. You will learn how to create and evaluate data-driven visuals that embody a DEI approach.

    What You'll Learn

    • How can you use language with an equity awareness?
    • What approaches can you take for ordering data purposefully?
    • How should you handle missing data inclusively?
    • What colors and icons show sensitivity and inclusiveness?
    • How can you embrace context and complexity in your visuals?
    • What techniques demonstrate empathy in data-driven communications?

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