August 10, 2010, 9:42 am
Global Reach, Local Recognition
By Henry Woodbury
Recently Providence Business News ran a profile of Dynamic Diagrams, based on a visit to the company and an interview with our president, Tim Roy. Here, Tim explains the importance of our information architecture and visualization practice:
“People are dealing with 100,000 words per day coming at them,” Roy said, “and they spend on average almost 12 hours consuming information every day and most of that takes place in front of screens, whether it’s a computer screen, a smart phone or a television set.
“We believe this is too much information coming at people and what we’re really trying to do is help folks simplify the story, take all of this data and transform it into knowledge,” he said.
From our founding in 1990 by Krzysztof Lenk and Paul Kahn, we have been proud to call Providence home. We’ve been fortunate to work with many dynamic organizations in the city and region. And we’ve found this city a great base from which to take on projects from around the world.
Sounds like fascinating work. Figure out a superior way to make sense of financial data and your company will have to beat clients away with a stick!
Posted by Dan Woodbury on August 13, 2010 at 9:26 pm