Change Takes Time: How to Practice Patience in Report Redesign Processes

May 16th, 2022 / Reports
Guest author Abby Henderson started to have conversations with her colleagues about how they could change their reporting. She started by suggesting they add more data visualizations and fewer tables. When she met resistance to this idea, she started to produce two versions of the reports. One version included the tables they were accustomed to, and the second version included more elements of data visualization. Through providing both options, Abby was able to slowly garner traction and buy-in on including data visualizations.
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10 Tips for Redesigning Reports

Nov 16th, 2021 / Reports
2011 called. It wants its 100-page reports back. It wants its portrait reports back. It wants its text-heavy reports back. Ready to revamp your technical reports? Here are 10 quick wins to improve your next text-heavy document.
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Communicating with Your Audience More Effectively: Using One-Pagers Internally

Oct 5th, 2021 / Data Visualization, Reports
Depict Data Studio full courses always end with a graduation ceremony where students share the progress they’ve made. I’m always amazed by the transformations that take place and I can’t help but want to share their wonderful work! Today you’ll learn from JC De Jesus, Vice-President of Service Delivery for an internet-provider based in Canada. Thanks for sharing, JC!
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