When Your Graph Is Too Smooshed to Read

You want to display a lot of historical data–great! But sometimes we have so many points in time that our graph’s labels get smooshy. In this post, I’ll show you a before/after data visualization makeover in which we selectively labeled a few key milestones in order to tell our story (and make the graph more legible).
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What Type of Handouts Will Accompany Your Presentation?

Oct 20th, 2015 / Presentations
Some of you are responsible for writing formal reports for external audiences, and all the dissemination strategies that go along with formal reports, like press releases and transmittal letters. And some of you are responsible for sharing information with internal audiences, which typically happens in a less formal setting, like a verbal presentation. One question we all have to ask ourselves: what type of handout will accompany my presentation?
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