55 min

Ep. 11 - Brian T. O'Neill: Design Thinking for Data & Analytics (How to Understand Your End-Users‪)‬ MindSpeaking podcast - by Gilbert Eijkelenboom

    • Education

Brian T. O'Neill is the Founder and Principal of Designing for Analytics, an independent consultancy helping technology leaders turn their data into valuable data products. A jazz and classical percussionist by training, Brian has also been a product designer and UX consultant for over 25 years helping companies like DellEMC, Tripadvisor, Fidelity, NetApp, Roche, Abbvie, and the City of Los Angeles.  


LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-oneill-product-designer/ 

Designing for Analytics: https://designingforanalytics.com/   



the MindSpeaking podcast is about the Human Side of Data. I invite thought leaders to spread their insights about data, communication, and personal development.   



Connect with me & free resources: 

👨🏻‍💻 Gilbert’s Linkedin: https://linkedin.com/in/eijkelenboom/ 

🗣 Free email course: https://mindspeaking.com/conversation 

📙 People Skills for Analytical Thinkers: https://mindspeaking.com/buy-book 

📈 Quick self-test on Data Communication: https://mindspeaking.com/maturity-model 

⭕ Subscribe to this YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi5ZoXknmNceEVVteS7_cVQ?sub_confirmation=1    



Highlights: 

00:00:24 Introduction of the guest 

00:01:33 Who is Brian T. O'Neill? 

00:05:32 What have you learned about working with engineers 

00:10:50 How can Data professionals think more about end-users? 

00:18:50 Should we involve designers in Data & Analytics? 

00:24:52 Is there any place for aesthetics in design for analytics? 

00:33:01 Lessons from your music career 

00:37:54 Writing: what you want to write vs. What your audience likes 

00:44:01 How do you balance your company and being a musician? 

00:47:01 What are you working on at the moment? 

00:50:51 Main takeaway for listeners 

00:53:11 Where to follow Brian T. O'Neill? 

00:54:24 Subtractive Design   

Brian T. O'Neill is the Founder and Principal of Designing for Analytics, an independent consultancy helping technology leaders turn their data into valuable data products. A jazz and classical percussionist by training, Brian has also been a product designer and UX consultant for over 25 years helping companies like DellEMC, Tripadvisor, Fidelity, NetApp, Roche, Abbvie, and the City of Los Angeles.  


LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-oneill-product-designer/ 

Designing for Analytics: https://designingforanalytics.com/   



the MindSpeaking podcast is about the Human Side of Data. I invite thought leaders to spread their insights about data, communication, and personal development.   



Connect with me & free resources: 

👨🏻‍💻 Gilbert’s Linkedin: https://linkedin.com/in/eijkelenboom/ 

🗣 Free email course: https://mindspeaking.com/conversation 

📙 People Skills for Analytical Thinkers: https://mindspeaking.com/buy-book 

📈 Quick self-test on Data Communication: https://mindspeaking.com/maturity-model 

⭕ Subscribe to this YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi5ZoXknmNceEVVteS7_cVQ?sub_confirmation=1    



Highlights: 

00:00:24 Introduction of the guest 

00:01:33 Who is Brian T. O'Neill? 

00:05:32 What have you learned about working with engineers 

00:10:50 How can Data professionals think more about end-users? 

00:18:50 Should we involve designers in Data & Analytics? 

00:24:52 Is there any place for aesthetics in design for analytics? 

00:33:01 Lessons from your music career 

00:37:54 Writing: what you want to write vs. What your audience likes 

00:44:01 How do you balance your company and being a musician? 

00:47:01 What are you working on at the moment? 

00:50:51 Main takeaway for listeners 

00:53:11 Where to follow Brian T. O'Neill? 

00:54:24 Subtractive Design   

55 min

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