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How to Present Data When You’re Presenting: Storyboarding Your Data Visualizations in Videos, Webinars, Presentations, and More

How to Present Data When You’re Presenting: Storyboarding Your Data Visualizations in Videos, Webinars, Presentations, and More

I remember the exact moment when I discovered–and got addicted to–data visualization. I was an internal evaluator at a 300-person human services organization. Being an internal evaluator means your “clients” are your coworkers who work down the hall from you. You talk to each other about…

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The Data Visualization Design Process: Seven Steps for Beginners

The Data Visualization Design Process: Seven Steps for Beginners

Does data visualization leave you feeling like this? If so, this beginner-level post is for you!   Data visualization requires two skill sets: technical skills to create visualizations in a software program and critical thinking skills to match your visualization to your audience’s information needs,…

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The Webinar Command Center: Give Better Webinars by Organizing Your Physical Space

The Webinar Command Center: Give Better Webinars by Organizing Your Physical Space

Dataviz is great, but only goes so far if you can’t show it well during a live presentation or webinar. In February I tweeted this image of Johanna Morariu and I getting ready to give an Innovation Network webinar. I jokingly referred to our conference…

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The Best Ignite Presentations are when the Presenter Stumbles Over Words

The Best Ignite Presentations are when the Presenter Stumbles Over Words

Ignite sessions… a presentation format started by O’Reilly that I thought would never stick around. The more I conduct my own presentations, I feel as though the audience engagement and personal enthusiasm is a direct reflection of my content. If this theory holds true, then…

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And Then He Flashed a Slide That Made the Whole Room Gasp…

And Then He Flashed a Slide That Made the Whole Room Gasp…

Today’s guest post is from Jen Hamilton, a.k.a. superwoman. Jen is an experienced evaluator, the communications committee co-chair for the Eastern Evaluation Research Society, and, perhaps officially now, an evaluation blogger. Check out Jen’s previous posts about the magical ingredient in potent presentations and evaluation…

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