In this talk we present how we have implemented a co-design process with our partners and stakeholders for the creation of “grounded” FEW nexus' visualisations that enforce decision making on FEW nexus.
Ass. Prof. Greg McInerny (CIM, University of Warwick) research focuses on Data/Information Visualisation, bringing software and sciences into relation with the arts, humanities and social sciences. His research works with ‘visualisation’ in four ways: 1) using visualisation as a research method, 2) visualisation design techniques and tools, 3) critical visualisation Studies, and 4) understanding visualisation in the real world. In combination, these sub topics offer a way into understanding ‘visualisation’ as a subject, as a set of methods and as an object, and through a variety of frames as user, tool designer/developer and critical researcher, and through understanding everyday relationships with visualisation.