We are multidisciplinary data communication specialists focused on helping clients polish data for sharing with funders and stakeholders.
Effective Data Visualization
On sale now, my newest book guides you through what chart type to use, when, and how to construct it using the tools you already own.
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Presenting Data Effectively
How to better design our reports, slideshows, research posters, and graphs. It begins and ends with the science of communication and a grounded discussion of how the brain takes in and retains information.
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Presenting data effectively cuts through the noise to get to decisions faster. It changes the culture of an organization by elevating conversation to a new level and turning your team into a streamlined machine.
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Chart Chooser Cards
These fun, easy to use cards help you figure out the best chart type to use in any situation. Currently on Kickstarter, cards are available in bulk, along with an infographic and Excel and Tableau graph templates.
Research-based design guidelines for reports, slides, and data visualizations. Download Stephanie's popular Evaluation Report Layout Checklist based on her dissertation. For slideshows, review this checklist Stephanie made for the Potent Presentations Initiative. New release! The Data Visualization Checklist will rock your world.
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Awesome! Let me know how it goes. Maybe I can swing by next time I'm in Portland. https://t.co/yoAmzHhuUY
"People assume that the numbers are manipulated and dislike the elitism of resorting to quantitative evidence." https://t.co/OAeFpRtNZ3
I am cool with this. https://t.co/lLmUIN5SSN
Breaks my heart but I've had to say no to about 60% of the speaking requests I've gotten so far this year. #whencaniclonemyself
Dying to know who in my #dataviz workshop gave their iPhone network that name https://t.co/wjnVwXeSyQ
All those dot plots! https://t.co/uNxFanXYwi
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