Think about it. Have you ever seen a data-packed presentation, report, or infographic that made you think way too hard to interpret what message all the statistics, images and charts were actually trying to say?
While the presenter/creator had every intention of using data to convince you their message matters, the result was the exact opposite: You’re confused and indifferent instead of convinced to believe, do, or act the way they originally hoped.
Since we all have to make a strong case for our ideas from time to time, and because we often only have one attempt to get it right, we put together a guide on How to Use Data Visualization to Win Over Your Audience so you can more effectively communicate your ideas at every level of your organization — whether in annual reports, weekly presentations, or in your marketing collateral.
When you present your stats, facts, and figures properly using design techniques like changes in color, size, or orientation, your numbers can help you:
Find out when to use data visualization, how to find the story in your data to make your point, and best practices for visualizing your findings to make the biggest impact on your audience by downloading your own copy of How to Use Data Visualization to Win Over Your Audience or tweet about this ebook using the Click to Tweet link and/or the Twitter-sized image below: