Esther C. Nolton attended one of my data visualization workshops in May 2019, and almost immediately followed up with examples of her own reports and slideshows that she had begun revamping based on what she learned in the session. Here In this guest post she outlines the three most used lessons that she took away from the workshop.
Do your viewers want to see the data presented as-is (the traditional approach to data visualization)? Or, do they want you to cut to the chase and interpret the data (the storytelling approach to data visualization)? In this article, you’ll learn how titles, subtitles, annotations, dark/light contrast, and selective labeling can help you tell a story with data.