Unless otherwise noted, all sessions will be held in the DUSP computer lab, 9-554. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
|September 20||From GIS to Illustrator|
|September 27||Drawing a Site in Illustrator|
|October 4||Collage Techniques in Photoshop|
|October 11||Board Layout in InDesign|
|October 18||Yes, You Should Probably Know Excel...|
|October 25||Save Your (Academic) Life: Citation Management|
|November 1||GIS to SketchUp|
|November 8||Perspective Drawing from SketchUp to Photoshop|
|November 15||GIS to Rhino|
|November 22||Axonometric Drawing from Rhino to Illustrator|
|December 6||Open Office Hours|
|December 13||Open Office Hourse|
DUSPviz is an initiative of MIT’s Department of Urban Studies & Planning to improve departmental capacity in data analysis, visual representation, and technological communication tools. The mission is to improve planning through the open sharing of knowledge and technology and teach concepts and fundamentals manifested through common communication tools and cutting edge technology.
Most of the DUSPviz workshops and sessions are preserved as tutorials for reference, this page contains DUSPviz tutorials and workshop materials, including videos, handouts, and datasets. While we try to get all material online, certain material does not lend itself to posting. Contact DUSPviz if you have a suggestion for a tutorial or resource, or to request material that might not be online.