Elena Drakulevska

Meet me, a BI Consultant with a Master’s in Telecommunications Engineering from Politecnico di Milano. With a couple of years of experience in different industries, I bring a unique perspective to the intersection of tech, business, and design. Passionate about both Power BI and UX Design, I find immense joy in combining the two to create impactful data visualizations. When I’m not working magic with data, I can be found exploring the world, picking up new languages, doing yoga, and immersing myself in great books.

Elena Drakulevska's Sessions

From Skopje to Seattle: My Journey in TechSQLBits 2024

In just 20 minutes, I'll take you from Skopje to Seattle as I share my journey from a Telecom Engineer to becoming a data conference speaker. Join me for insights on career transitions, the power of following your passions, seeking mentors, and building a supportive community. Whether you're a tech enthusiast or on a quest for inspiration, this session is for you. Reach for the stars and beyond! 🚀🌟

Power BI meets UX Design: The Design ProcessSQLBits 2024

Join our 20-minute session to unlock the power of the design process in data visualization. Understand "Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype, and Test" in context, and learn how these steps turn raw data into business-focused reports. Explore UX research, feedback collection, and iterative design to create data experiences that deliver tangible business value. This session promises to transform the approach to report creation for data analysts, requirements engineers, and business professionals alike.

Power BI meets UX Design: Creating accessible, intuitive and visually appealing reportsSQLBits 2024

Join us for an exhilarating journey through the world where Power BI meets UX Design. Learn practical techniques to enhance your reports, from understanding human visual perception to mastering alignment and the strategic use of color. Unlock the true power of data visualization and create reports that are intuitive, visually appealing, and accessible to all. "Design is so simple, that's why it's so complicated."