Feel free to contact me via email using the contact form below. I only respond during business hours and will get back to you within 2 business days. Keep in mind that I live in Toronto, so I operate in Eastern Time.

Before you reach out to me, please check the following links. There is a chance I have already answered your inquiry.

How I started my career as an independent designer: Medium article
Learning the ropes of being self-employed in data visualization design: Medium article, talk at DataVizLive
Frequently asked questions: Ask Jane

Services

I provide consultation and services in data visualization design. I focus on creating products that are user-centric and solve complex problems. Read more about how I work and the projects I’ve done. Please note that I do not do any dashboard work, my designs are static, usually in print, some digital.

Speaking

I am open to speaking at conferences and workshops. In your email, please make sure to include the following information:

  • Target audience
  • What is the audience hoping to gain from the workshop/conference
  • Why you think I would be a good fit, how could I provide value?

Connect

I love to connect with people who are aspiring to work in data visualization and want to learn more about what I do. Even if you are from a completely different field, I would love to meet you. I find that I learn the most when I see it from different perspectives.

If you want to do any of the following, I would love to chat.

  • collaborate on something
  • get some feedback on your portfolio
  • give me some feedback on my work
  • just to say hello 🙂

Let's get in touch!

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I’ve had many insights about life, work, data visualization, design, and creativity ever since I became an independent designer. I have been documenting them as much as I can. I write for Medium publications, write on my blog, and discuss on various Slack channels. I decided that I wanted to put all of my thoughts into something less formal while keeping it consistent. A newsletter seemed like the ideal way to do this. It’s not a newsletter meant for clients, it’s meant for people who want to learn more about what it’s like to be an independent data visualization designer.