The public sector must manage a greater volume of data than they have ever had to before.
Globally, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data a day and 90% of the world’s data has been created in the last two years.
There is pressure to harness this resource, whether to improve efficiency or increase transparency.
Presenting data has never been more important, with remote working now the norm, it is even more crucial that data is presented in the right way, to help communicate effectively with internal stakeholders and external audiences.
To facilitate better working at home this course will be delivered virtually, which will help you learn in a comfortable and familiar environment.
This one-day virtual Effective Data Visualisation course gives you the necessary skills to visualise your data and to turn raw data into infographics, presentation slides, dashboards or reports that tell a clear story and drive the right actions.
Please note we will use Zoom to virtually deliver this course.
|About the Chair: Andy Pemberton
|Furthr’s director, Andy Pemberton, is a content expert with international experience. He edited Q magazine in London, launched Blender magazine in New York, which won Ad Age’s Launch of The Year, and also edited Spin magazine. He has written for the New York Times, GQ, Esquire, The Sunday Times, The National (Dubai), and the world’s largest newspaper, The Times of India.
He writes columns for Yahoo.com, and the Huffington Post in the US, and trains social media, data visualization and content strategy. He has worked as a content consultant for the RNLI, Time Out, BT, and more. He is also a leading data visualization expert, and includes the United Nations, the World Food Programme, and Aviva among his clients. He is a judge at this year’s British Media Awards.
09:15 - 09:45
09:45 - 10:00
Trainer's Introduction and Clarification of Learning Objectives
10:00 - 10:30
Why Does Data Visualisation Matter?
- The reasons for data becoming a crucial way for organisations to communicate with internal and external audiences
- Introduction to the key elements of a successful data visualisation that will be explored during the day
10:30 - 11:15
What Makes a Good Data Visualisation?
- Understand how to identify the story in the data
- Group discussion of good and bad examples of data visualisation and what makes them that way
11:15 - 11:30
11:30 - 12:15
Data in Context
- Learn about the purpose and range of visualisations from interactive dashboards for exploratory analysis in web browsers to static publication quality diagrams in print
- Understand how data visualisation needs to work in conjunction with supporting text and commentary
- Understand about the different types of data; categorical, numeric, ration, and time-based; and learn how best to visualise these different types
- Know how to identify the right chart or graph for your data set
- Be aware of the data governance considerations when using cloud-based online tools
12:15 - 13:00
How Do People Process Visual Information
- Understand how to use techniques to give your audience both an instant message and the opportunity to explore further: sort, filter, drill to detail, tool tips, interaction between visuals
- short exercises in improving existing data visualisations by applying the lessons learnt to far
- Understand how people process visual information and use that knowledge to build visualisations that are easier and more helpful for your audience
14:00 - 14:45
- Understand why visual elements must enhance the message rather than clutter and confuse your communications
- Learn quick and repeatable visual tricks that draw attention to the key information (without needing a graphic designer)
- Be aware of design and layout principles that will allow your infographics and visualisations that are easier and more helpful for your audience
14:45 - 15:00
15:00 - 16:00
Design a Data Visualisation Toolkit
- Know which tools are available to help you quickly create data visualisations – including them in Microsoft Office and free online options
- Understand the trend towards digital interactive data visualisations and routes to further learning in this area
16:00 - 16:15
Feedback, Evaluation & Close
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