Get Deliberate About Your Data Visualizations
Data visualization is an excellent way to communicate important and sometimes complex ideas using easily digestible and interactive visuals. But how can you be sure that your visualizations resonate with your audiences to create action and impact?
Data visualizations come in all shapes and sizes and serve a variety of purposes and functions.
Choosing the right design and technical approach for your specific data visualization project is important — but it depends on a number of key strategic questions and factors. This includes your general goals and objectives, the audiences you are targeting, and the specific actions you want them to take.
By taking some initial steps and focusing on answering some key questions prior to creating your data visualization(s), you can help ensure it has the desired impact and achieves your specific goals. Data visualizations can require significant effort to produce. Save time and effort by being deliberate and planning upfront.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
- Ask (and answer!) the most critical questions needed to plan for your data visualization
- Determine the format, interaction types and calls-to-action for your data visualization
- Choose the best technologies to create your data visualizations!
At the end of this webinar, you should feel confident in your ability to begin to deliberately plan for and create data visualizations that achieve your organization’s goals and objectives!
Matt Burge, Solutions Architect, Forum One
Matt works with nonprofits, foundations and government agencies to develop all aspects of their digital strategy, including strategies to engage target audiences, prioritize and develop key content, and help define web governance. He received his bachelor’s in Economics at St. Mary’s College. As a Solutions Architect, Matt helps clients translate their strategic vision into web products and solutions that meet their goals and improve priority metrics.