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Archive for the ‘Visual’ Category

How To Get Insight From Data Visualization: SHUT UP and SLOW DOWN!

From SXSW Session: Shut Up and Draw

I have been interested in visualization techniques, visual facilitation, and visual thinking since 1991 when I read Tony Buzan’s book, “Using Both Sides of the Brain: Mind Mapping Techniques” that started me down a very slow and leisurely learning journey.      … Read More

A Few Good Pinterest Tools, Tips, and Resources

Back in January, I wrote a post about Pinterest  as a curation tool to organize and share visual content I’ve collected in a pleasing visual way.   As the platform has evolved over the past few months,  there are some other benefits including driving traffic and conversions and more recently how pinning helps encourage audiences to “like” the brand more.… Read More

Data Visualization Techniques for Those Who Can’t Draw

At the NTEN NTC conference this year, I did a session on data visualization for nonprofits called “Picturing Your Data Is Better Than 1000 Numbers” with Johanna Morariu from Innonet and Brian Kennedy of ChildrenNow.… Read More

NTC: Data Visualization Panel

NTC 2012: Data Visualizaiton Panel

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I’m here at the 2012 Nonprofit Technology Conference in San Francisco this week.  I am on a panel about measurement:

Picturing Your Data is Better Than 1,000 Numbers:Data Visualization Techniques for Social Change

Are you intrigued by infographics and how they could improve your communication strategy?… Read More

Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr Today: Inspiration from Pinboard

 

The newest social media darling is Pinterest, a platform that nonprofits can use to curate compelling visual content.    Pinterest, with its ease of use and the pleasing beautiful sea of visuals, is the perfect place to curate inspiration for Martin Luther King, Jr.… Read More