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Make Your Data Count: New, Visual Approaches to Evaluation Reporting

Charts and graphs built on dataviz principles are transforming evaluation reporting and increasing the evaluator's communication power. At YNPNdc's 2015 Annual Conference in Washington DC, Johanna Morariu and Katherine Haugh will provide principles and case studies of new, visual approaches to evaluation reporting. The session will provide examples, such as incorporating a wealth of visuals in text reports, using large format hand-outs to emphasize findings, and designing slide reports.

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Make Your Data Count: New, Visual Approaches to Evaluation Reporting

  1. 1. Make Your Data Count:New, Visual Approaches to Evaluation Reporting Johanna Morariu @j_morariu Katherine Haugh @Katherine_Haugh YNPNdc 2015 Annual Conference, Washington, DC Young Nonprofit Professionals Network Friday, May 8, 2015
  2. 2. Visual Reporting InfographicsDataviz Dataviz in a report Slide reports Dataviz placemat
  3. 3. Visual Reporting Elements 1 2 3 4 5 Pick a purpose Make a blueprint Do good design Test Refine
  4. 4. Pick a purpose1 Flickr CC/dmjames58
  5. 5. Make a blueprint2 Flickr CC/wscullin
  6. 6. Make a blueprint2
  7. 7. Outline Blueprint Design
  8. 8. Do good design3
  9. 9. Calibri Gill Sans Arial
  10. 10. Header 1 Header 2 Header 3
  11. 11. Flickr CC/design-dog
  12. 12. Test4
  13. 13. Refine5
  14. 14. Visual Reporting Elements 1 2 3 4 5 Pick a purpose Make a blueprint Do good design Test Refine
  15. 15. Flickr CC jakeandlindsay
  16. 16. Make Your Data Count:New, Visual Approaches to Evaluation Reporting Johanna Morariu @j_morariu Katherine Haugh @Katherine_Haugh

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