Turn Data  Into Powerful Visual  Presentations

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_tta_tabs style=”modern” color=”peacoc” spacing=”3″ active_section=”1″ no_fill_content_area=”true”][vc_tta_section title=”Description” tab_id=”1457768179529-acdb6b41-cb7c”][vc_column_text]Visually and clearly present data and the message it represents.

Communicating data and the story of what that data means has become increasingly important in recent years. As attention spans decrease and the amounts of quantitative information increase, it is crucial to be able to visualize your data for your audiences in the most clear and effective ways possible. A chart that takes 10 seconds to understand, compared to one that takes only 2 seconds, could mean the difference between a sale and no sale.

Your data is only as powerful as your visual presentation of it.

In this course, you will learn the fundamentals and best practices of data visualization techniques, as well as hands-on approaches to using Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint to present your data in a variety of formats.

You will complete multiple exercises and create various types of visualizations and charts throughout the course. You will also work individually and in groups to analyze, redesign, and improve poorly designed charts that are provided.

How You Will Benefit

·         Understand basic graphic design principles and how audiences process information visually

·         Learn how to make use of emphasis, colour, layout, and typography to maximize the clarity of your messages

·         Become familiar with available tools/techniques for data visualization

·         Understand the differences between “Glance able” and “Reference able” visualizations and how to harness the power of each

·         Increase the impact and strength of your messages by choosing the most effective chart for a given data set and story in various circumstances

·         Learn the one colour that you should make use of in every visualization, the one default element that should be removed from every chart, how legends can confuse your audience, why a bar is nearly always better than a pie, and common design mistakes that distort your data and damage your credibility

What You Will Cover

·         The history and current landscape of information and data design

·         Basic principles of graphic, information, and layout design

·         “Chart Junk” and how to remove it to improve clarity

·         Basic charts such as pies, columns, bars, lines, and variations of these

·         Advanced charts such as scatters, bubbles, histograms, bullet graphs, combos, and Paretos

·         Specialty charts including units, tree maps, and proportional shapes

·         How to make use of trend lines, reference bands, annotations, and direct labelling

·         When to use Excel® and PowerPoint® to create tables, how to properly design them, and how to apply conditional formatting to create heat maps and table lenses

·         Tricks, tips, and techniques for overcoming Excel and PowerPoint limitations and creating proper workflows

Extended Seminar Outline

Learning Objectives

• Clearly Present Your Information in a Visual Format to Different Types of Audiences
• Effectively Articulate Your Story in a Meaningful Manner to Enhance the Validity of Your Conclusions and Influence Decision Makers
• Apply Best Practices When Using Different tools and Techniques of Data Visualization, Dashboards and Info graphics in Your Presentations

Discovering What Is Important

• Discuss the Importance of Information Design and Data Visualization in Presenting Your Findings
• Select the Information from Your Analysis That Will Be Most Meaningful to Your Audience
• Explain a Framework That Will “Tell the Best Visual Story” for Your Information

Using the Right Software

• Determine Which Visualization Software Is Best to Use in Creating Your Presentations
• Effectively Incorporate Video and Media to Keep Your Audience Engaged
• Implement Strategies to Distribute and Promote Your Information Using Social Media, Dashboards, and Infographics

Visualizing Your Data

• Identify What Information Needs to Be Visualized in Your Presentation
• Decide When It Is Best to Use Static, Motion and/or Interactive Graphics in Your Visual Presentations
• Determine Which Data Visualization Formats, Tools, and Techniques Convey the Best Story

Effective Presentations

• Use a Framework to Organize an Effective Presentation
• Apply Best Practices to Present Your Findings in a Meaningful Manner to Different Audiences[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Target Audience” tab_id=”1457768179747-dc059a2e-0d14″][vc_column_text]Who Should Attend

Those with a foundational understanding of Microsoft Excel® and PowerPoint®, who work regularly with data and wish to design basic and more advanced charts, graphs, and tables[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”How to Register” tab_id=”1457768418830-8699c4e0-97b1″][vc_column_text]Timings: 9:30 am – 5:30 pm , Registration begins at 9:00 am

How to Register:
• Fees: Rs. 8,500/-
 + 14.5 % service tax per person. (Discount for 3 or more participants)
• Please Call -022 66976892/ 66876874 or email- register@princetonacademy.co.in 
• Mention the name of participant, company, contact details.
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