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Created for and presented at The California Wellness Foundation's Organizational Learning and Evaluation conference May 2013. #calwellnessOLE

Created for and presented at The California Wellness Foundation's Organizational Learning and Evaluation conference May 2013. #calwellnessOLE

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Dataviz! "Or, How to Win at Communication & Influence People" Dataviz! "Or, How to Win at Communication & Influence People" Presentation Transcript

  • #datavizwww.innonet.org | Page 2 | @InnoNet_Eval#eval#calwellnessOLE@j_morariu@InnoNet_Eval
  • What’s your level ofdata literacy?www.innonet.org | Page 3 | @InnoNet_Eval
  • What’s your level ofvisual literacy?www.innonet.org | Page 4 | @InnoNet_Eval
  • What’s your experiencewith data visualization?www.innonet.org | Page 5 | @InnoNet_Eval
  • Apply it to your workPractical approachesAgenda123Concepts and definitionswww.innonet.org | Page 8 | @InnoNet_Eval
  • DataViz & The Human Brain1www.innonet.org | Page 9 | @InnoNet_EvalHuman brains are wired to speakand understand spoken language.People have to be taught to readand write.Understanding the written word is not a naturalhuman ability; but human brains do innatelyprocess shapes.
  • Communication modes1www.innonet.org | Page 10 | @InnoNet_Evalnarrative image(the written word) (shape)
  • So…what is DataViz?1www.innonet.org | Page 11 | @InnoNet_Eval
  • DataViz Skills1www.innonet.org | Page 12 | @InnoNet_Evalgraphic design data/statistics
  • Graphic Design Principles1www.innonet.org | Page 13 | @InnoNet_Eval1) Maximize data:ink2) Make color and contrast work for you3) Allow the purpose to select the medium4) Classic graphic design principles:balance, rhythm, proportion, dominance, &unity
  • Graphic Design Principles1www.innonet.org | Page 14 | @InnoNet_Eval1) Maximize data:ink
  • Graphic Design Principles1www.innonet.org | Page 15 | @InnoNet_Eval2) Make color and contrast work for you• Emphasis• Clarity• Unity• Flow
  • Graphic Design Principles1www.innonet.org | Page 16 | @InnoNet_Eval3) Allow the purpose to select the medium
  • Graphic Design Principles1www.innonet.org | Page 17 | @InnoNet_Eval4) Classic graphic design principlesBalance Rhythm Proportion Dominance Unity
  • Practical approaches2www.innonet.org | Page 18 | @InnoNet_Eval
  • Make a Plan2www.innonet.org | Page 19 | @InnoNet_Eval1) Audience2) Message3) Purpose4) Visualization5) Data/Information
  • Pick a Visualization2www.innonet.org | Page 20 | @InnoNet_Evalcharts & graphs infographicsdiagramspicturesmapsReadyAimFire
  • What about the Data?2www.innonet.org | Page 21 | @InnoNet_Eval
  • Apply it to your work3www.innonet.org | Page 22 | @InnoNet_Eval
  • Start Small3www.innonet.org | Page 23 | @InnoNet_Eval
  • Build Capacity & Skills3www.innonet.org | Page 24 | @InnoNet_Eval
  • Use the Right DataViz Tool3www.innonet.org | Page 25 | @InnoNet_Eval
  • What’s your viz?3www.innonet.org | Page 26 | @InnoNet_Eval1) Who is the audience?2) What is the message?3) What is the purpose?4) What is the data orinformation that you’dneed?Think about a data visualization thatyou’d like to create. Byyourself, answer the followingquestions:
  • What’s your viz?3www.innonet.org | Page 27 | @InnoNet_EvalNeighbors, share your dataviz ideas.What data visualizationtypes or suggestions doyou have for eachother?
  • Image Creditswww.innonet.org | Page 28 | @InnoNet_EvalSlide 6: http://www.flickr.com/photos/freepress/8580408850/Slide 7: http://www.flickr.com/photos/freepress/8580408850/; http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AGreen_ribbon.svg;http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3ALight_blue_ribbon.svg;http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3APurple_ribbon.svg;http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AB%C3%A9b%C3%A9_Phoque_de_Weddell_-_Baby_Weddell_Seal.jpg;http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AAfghan_Schoolchildren_in_Kabul.jpg; http://www.fotopedia.com/items/flickr-5641587148; http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AChicken_and_Dumplings_by_David_Shankbone.jpgSlide 11: http://www.flickr.com/photos/martinlatter/542826322/;http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3ADo_Not_Enter_sign_(Mexico).svgSlide 13: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ctarchives/4927564128/Slide 16 & 17: http://design-seeds.com/Slide 23: http://www.flickr.com/photos/joanet/2994421437/Slide 26: http://www.flickr.com/photos/infobunny/6990260933/Slide 27: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sashawolff/3427937070/Slide 28: http://www.flickr.com/photos/siomuzzz/2577041081/Slide 29: & 30 http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AUncle_Sam_(pointing_finger).png