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
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
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?