With a good deal of experience, you have learned to craft strong questions and generate nuanced answers using data. All of which seems to be lost anytime you present to someone outside of your department. People never seem to get it. Worse, they can be frustrated at not understanding your hard work.
Christopher Laubenthal explains why that is happening and how to connect better with those who have lower levels of data literacy than you.
Data visualization expert, Christopher Laubenthal shares:
- Why communication design is important
- Four major areas of concern when presenting your data
- What is design hierarchy and why it matters
- Actionable ways to convey the main message to the audience