Animation with annotated line graph

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From a blog post by Cole Nussbaumer @storywithdata, describing how to use animiation to present a line graph, a piece at a time. Read the post at: http://www.storytellingwithdata.com/2014/06/leveraging-animation-what-you-present.html

Blue boxes indicate what the presenter would say, they are not meant to be on the slide.

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Animation with annotated line graph

  1. 1. Animation with Annotated Line Graph: what you present vs what you circulate Data, Idea & Design by Cole Nussbaumer, @storywithdata: http://www.storytellingwithdata.com/2014/06/leveraging-animation-what-you-present.html PowerPoint By Alessandra Cimatti www.slidecoaching.com @slidecoach
  2. 2. Moonville: active users over time Most people would present the entire graph all at once, like this:
  3. 3. Moonville: our user growth story This is a better way: drawing the chart one milestone at a time, starting with a blank chart, and commenting each step individually..
  4. 4. Moonville: active users after first month . We launched Moonville in September 2012. By the end of that first month, we had just over 5,000 active users, denoted by the big blue dot at the bottom left of the graph
  5. 5. Moonville: active users double in four months Early feedback on the game was mixed. In spite of this - and our early practically complete lack of marketing - the number of active users nearly doubled in the first four months, to almost 11,000 active users by the end of December
  6. 6. Moonville: promotions increase active users In early 2013, the number of active users increased along a steeper trajectory. This was primarily the result of the friends and family promotions we ran during this time to increase awareness of the game.
  7. 7. Moonville: focus on quality improvements Growth was pretty flat over the rest of 2014 as we halted all marketing efforts and focused on quality improvements to the game.
  8. 8. Moonville: improved game has gone viral! Uptake this year, on the other hand, has been incredible, surpassing our expectations. The revamped and improved game has gone viral. The partnerships we've forged with social media channels have proven successful for continuing to increase our active user base. At recent growth rates, we anticipate we'll surpass 100,000 active users in June!
  9. 9. Moonville: active users over time This is the versione that would be used as handout:
  10. 10. Animation with Annotated Line Graph: what you present vs what you circulate Data, Idea & Design by Cole Nussbaumer, @storywithdata: http://www.storytellingwithdata.com/2014/06/leveraging-animation-what-you-present.html PowerPoint By Alessandra Cimatti www.slidecoaching.com @slidecoach

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