An Interview with Seffana Mohamed-Ajaz (Analytics Consultant, The Information Lab)

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Credit: Seffana Mohamed — Ajaz
Credit: Seffana Mohamed — Ajaz

My favourite go-to person for vizspiration would have to be my friend and colleague, Ellen, who has one of the most beautiful portfolios when it comes to visualising data. She doesn’t compromise style over substance, and yet she still finds a way to make the data engaging without needlessly over complicating things.

Credit: Seffana Mohamed — Ajaz
Credit: Seffana Mohamed — Ajaz
Credit: Seffana Mohamed — Ajaz

It would be really awesome to see people be more tool agnostic, if possible, and venture into new things and break out of their comfort zone.

Credit: Seffana Mohamed — Ajaz

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