Celebrating Tableau Public Vizzes and Creators at TC23
Tableau Public is one of the best ways to quickly connect with the Tableau Community. It's a central hub for sharing knowledge and inspiration, showcasing your work, and exploring what others have created. By publishing visualizations on Tableau Public, you can engage with a broader audience, receive feedback, and gain recognition for your work.
Tableau Public enables collaboration and learning with the global DataFam with drag-and-drop ease. Users can explore other author’s visualizations, find inspiration, and learn new techniques. The Tableau Community actively shares tips, tricks, and tutorials through blogs, forums, social media, and Tableau Public is an integral part of this knowledge sharing. This really comes to life each time that we meet in person for Tableau Conference.
The Tableau Community at TC23
Interesting and inspiring vizzes on display at TC23
Each year, the Tableau Public Team handpicks a collection of data visualizations to print and display at Tableau Conference.
This year the Tableau Public Viz Gallery at Tableau Conference 2023 was located in the heart of it all–smack dab in the center of Data Village.
Tableau Public data visualization on display in Data Village at TC23
Explore the TC23 Tableau Public Viz Gallery and follow these amazing authors.
Tableau Community Leaders on Stage
Several Tableau Public authors led sessions at TC23. Check out a few below and watch YouTube for more upcoming recordings.
Kevin Flerlage presenting "How to Do Cool Stuff in Tableau" at TC23
How to Do Cool Stuff in Tableau
With over 12 years of combined experience and 500+ published dashboards, identical twins and long-time Visionaries Ken Flerlage and Kevin Flerlage help you take your dashboard design to the next level.
Using Empathy to Drive User Experience
Tableau Visionaries Priya Padham and Irene Diomi share how you can boost your project success and add value to your decision-making process by incorporating empathy in your dashboard development process.
Tableau Speed Tips
Get a new round of Tableau tips, shortcuts, and best practices designed for beginner to intermediate users. Take your skills to the next level and leave feeling more confident in your abilities with Sam Batchelor and Heidi Kalbe.
2023 Iron Viz Championship
It wouldn’t be Tableau Conference without the world’s ultimate data showdown—Iron Viz. Finalists Brittany Rosenau, Nirosh Perera, and Paul Ross raced the clock and battled dashboard-to-dashboard to create mind-blowing visualizations to impress our panel of judges and a live audience of data enthusiasts from across the globe.
The Vizzies celebrate the DataFam at TC23
For the community, by the community—all nominations come from the Tableau Community. Current or Hall of Fame Tableau Visionaries are not eligible, as are either of the hosts and organizers.
Before we get into who won, let's recognize all the incredible Community members who were nominated for a Vizzies Awards this year! You are all winners in our eyes.
And the Vizzies go to...
- The Kelly Martin Best Designer Award goes to ... Dennis Kao.
- Data Storyteller Extraordinaire goes to ... Luke Abraham.
- The Elissa Fink "WTF I Never Knew Tableau Could Do That" goes to ... Ant Pulley.
- Center of Excellence (COE) & Server Superstar goes to ... Adrian Zinovei.
- Best Content Creator goes to ... Donabel Santos.
- Forum Fanatic goes to ... Adrian Zinovei.
- Notable Newbie goes to ... Gbóláhàn Adébáyò.
- Biggest Growth goes to ... Kevin Wee 黃克文.
- Prepstar goes to ... Hiroaki Morita.
- Tableau User Group (TUG) Of The Year goes to ... Analytics TUG.
- Favorite Viz Of The Year goes to ... Kasia Gasiewska-Holc for Gdynia.
- The Michael W. Cristiani Community Leadership Award goes to ... Elisa Davis.
Congratulations to all the Vizzie recipients and to each and every person nominated. You make the Tableau Community exactly what it is—a group of kind, curious people who learn from each other, share their knowledge, and cheer each other on at each step along the way. Keep doing what you do, DataFam. It's magic.
Keep on growing
Speaking of magic, did you know some of these data magicians are open to work? It's true. Tableau Public enables authors to add a "Hire Me" button to their profile, and the Tableau Public Authors available for hire viz now makes it possible for hiring managers to find them and connect more easily.