Infographics design is very useful for presentation. The concept is like User Interface (UI) Design. The goal is to make users clearly understand your messages on one page.
💡 Data Cycle & Insights
👉 The 4 main stages of a data cycle
- Plan - Start by identifying the goals of the presentation.
- Run - Then, give it a run and begin collecting the relevant data.
- Check - Once you have the data, review them.
- Test - Lastly, take action to test the hypothesis.
👉 6 steps to uncover your own actionable insights
- Define your goal: Clearly outline what your presentation aims to achieve.
- Collect the data: Gather and organise any statistics or information relevant to your goal.
- Interpret the data: Analyse trends and any deviations from those trends to see how this has affected meeting your goals.
- Develop recommendations: Provide justified suggestions on how to improve business practices based on what you have learned from your data analysis.
- Take action: Put your recommendations into practice and create an action plan to test your assumptions.
- Review your outcomes: Evaluate whether your actions have had the desired impact and make note of how you can further optimise to improve results.
💡 Visual Formats for Data Presentation
Here are some popular visual formats:
Tables can be used to display smaller data sets, allowing for comparisons to be made quickly.
👉 Pie Charts
Pie charts are useful to display percentages or proportional information in an easy-to-digest way.
👉 Bar Charts
Bar charts are great for comparing related items in a group, where the length of each bar is proportionate to the value it represents.
👉 Line Graphs
Line graphs are useful for understanding how data changes over time, for example, whether your website traffic has increased over the past month.
👉 Heat Maps
Heat maps are often used to represent performance by area, such as which parts of your website people are clicking on most.
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