I am way behind on the TFF round-up, but here it is! First, a super huge shout out to Dan Murray and Chuck Hooper as well as our excellent keynote presenters. A big shout out to Jen Vaughan for helping me organize the first TFF. Her efforts truly helped make this a success. In this round-up, I've included the speaker's workbooks/presentations and their YouTube session links. Before you dig into the TFF fun, here's a special announcement...
TFF is coming back in Spring 2016! Interested in speaking? Click here and we'll be in touch as we solidify the date.
We had some really great speakers and if you weren't able to attend live, you're still able to watch through the magic of YouTube. Without further ado...
And Dan's slides...
Emma provided such good information on fonts, this is definitely a must watch talk! Click here to access her workbook that she used during her talk.
Chris's talk was so great! He really showed us how we might be able to push the boundaries of what Tableau is typically used for to create some really striking and useful visualizations! Click here for the link to his workbook.
Alex walked through how aesthetics like color can help people see the data. Click here for Alex's workbook and check out her talk below.
Jen is like a one-stop shop of Tableau knowledge! She's also my co-organizer, a Tableau Social Ambassador, and co-leader of the Seattle TUG, whew! Check out Jen's presentation below.
Carl discussed how his passion helped him learn more about Tableau and have global conversations. Check out his workbook here and his talk below.
Paul shared how he engages his users and his centre of excellence practices he has established. His talk cannot be shared due to sensitive information, but he is aces at responding to questions. You can see his prezi on COE by clicking here.
Chuck shares his journey and why you should be a part of the Tableau community in our final keynote.
So that's it! A big thank you to those who participated, spoke, or provided support! It was truly a joy to see this come to life.