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Rid your world of ineffective graphs and mediocre presentations, one exploding 3D pie chart at a time! The storytelling with data podcast from bestselling author, speaker and workshop guru, Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic covers topics related to data storytelling, better presentations, and all things data viz. There is a story in your data—get the skills and power to tell it!
 
Helping you become a more effective information designer. You want to create effective data visualizations. That’s hard work. There are so many decisions to make, like chart type, annotations, and color! Will this podcast help? Host and fellow data viz designer Alli Torban is in the trenches with you. She shares the latest tools and methods that she’s discovered while on the job and interviewing top designers. If you’re an analyst, journalist, or designer who wants to hone your skills with s ...
 
Your one-stop-shop for essential data storytelling, data visualization, and presentation skills for data analysts, digital marketers, data science, and data practitioners. With regular original content and luminary guest appearances from Nancy Duarte, Rand Fishkin, Alberto Cairo, Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic, Jim Sterne, Dustin Mathews, Garr Reynolds, and more. This is the toolset you need to present your insights, inform business decisions, inspire action, and become INDISPENSABLE.
 
Inspiring stories from real customer, data, experience, innovation, product, and transformation champions and leaders. Hear from experts across the world as they share what it takes to harness human-centered and data-driven thinking in order to deliver better insights, products and experiences. go Beyond the Data is hosted by Dave Mathias and if you like please subscribe and provide a positive review. Get more great content by signing up for my newsletter at https://gobeyondthedata.com
 
Luka Prinčč je glasbenik, oblikovalec zvoka in medijski umetnik.Deluje na področu zvoka in intermedijev kot skladatelj, performer inprogramer. Osredotoč se na izvedbo in kreacijo zvoka/hrupa/glasbe,avdio-vizualne in elektroakustiče nastope ali intermedijskeposege v fiziči in mentalno-emocionalni prostor. Prepletenapodroča delovanja vključjejo Pure Data delavnice, programiranjeinteraktivnih instalacij, generativni video in montaž,a/v sodelovanja, prosto izdajanje glasbe na spletnih založah,'s ...
 
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Get the secrets for leveraging a consistent income for your business by learning and using key elements and strategies created by already successful entrepreneurs. Here is where we share in an effort to support others on a similar journey. You can follow coaches who tell you 'what' you need to do or you can listen in here where we tell you 'how' to get the job done. This is how you become successful too. Join your host Dr. Shirlene Reeves, the author of Selling Through Your Heart. She is a l ...
 
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Fresh off a successful search to expand the SWD team, Cole chats with SWD advisor, husband Randy Knaflic, about a critical part of the hiring process: interviewing. Randy shares tips learned and stories lived over a career of hiring talent, from Google to SpaceX to storytelling with data. From showing compassion for a nerve-racked candidate to stra…
 
Powerhouse digital marketing speaker Ross Simmonds goes on an exploration of the need for clear messaging when presenting complex data, and how to adapt your data story to create the most impact. In This Episode, You’ll Learn… How Ross fell in love with data and created a career through this. Tips for better presentations and overcoming some of the…
 
Marco Szeidenleder is Here to Help You Get to Grips with Your Data Dashboard! In This Episode, You’ll Learn… Why being able to present data is central to utilizing its power. How Marco and his team help their clients realize their data’s potential. An example of how Pandata irons out data problems and misdirected leads through their reports. How do…
 
How do we future-proof our data viz careers? What skills are important now and 10 years from now as software companies come and go and $5 dashboards pop up on Fiverr? In this episode, Dr. Jonathan Schwabish and I talk about what our consultant work looks like right now and how we’re working to future-proof our careers. This is a joint podcast betwe…
 
Have you written off 3D as a big no-no? Not yet! In this episode, Dr. Tyler Morgan-Wall shares his latest innovations and impactful use cases of his Rayshader package in R. Take a listen and be amazed at the samples in the show notes! (you can use Rayshader and R for free!) https://dataviztoday.com/shownotes/67…
 
"There's so much value to be gained in the exchange that happens after someone asks a really good question." The Q&A portion of a presentation is important, but the uncertainty can also be intimidating. When should you solicit questions, and for how long? What do you do when a query is off-topic? What if you don't know the answer? Tune in to hear C…
 
As data visualization practitioners, we often do not realize just how important color is. In today's inspiring conversation, Theresa-Marie Rhyne, a leading expert in computer-generated visualization, talks about all things color. Theresa-Marie works as a consultant, specializing in applying artistic color theories to a range of media and has also a…
 
What’s the difference between a dashboard and a data story? Wait, there’s a difference, you ask? Absolutely yes, and Steve Wexler is here to help explain why. Steve is the author of The Big Picture: How to Use Data Visualization to Make Better Decisions—Faster and coauthor of The Big Book of Dashboards: Visualizing Your Data Using Real-World Busine…
 
Have you heard of data sonification? It’s the process of turning data into sound, and there's a novel podcast out now called Loud Numbers where Duncan Geere and Miriam Quick introduce a data story, explain how they sonified it, and then play the sonification they've created. In this episode, we discover how they created their podcast, what’s the be…
 
I sample a prime piece of content from my upcoming book on how to craft and deliver powerful, influential recommendations that get done using a popular goal-setting framework. Consider this a private mini future audiobook reading! To get exclusive access to book updates, events, and resources, sign up for my book waitlist! And be sure to check out …
 
Visualization is a very powerful cognitive tool. I think we all agree with that. But what happens if a person is visually impaired or has other impairments that prevent them to fully benefit from it? It’s surprising, despite the huge success visualization had during these last few years, how little we have to show in terms of supporting this very r…
 
It’s easy to think you have to be the master at D3 and also have the design eye of an artist in order to have a fulfilling data viz career, but that has not been my experience, nor the experience of my guest today Amanda Makulec who is the Data Visualization Society’s Executive Director. She’s heard her fair share of data viz origin stories, frustr…
 
Tune in to hear Cole discuss one of her favorite low-tech planning strategies: storyboarding. Small, sticky, and sublimely potent when used well—she details her penchant for post-it notes and process of using them to brainstorm, edit, and solicit feedback to create shorter, targeted, and generally more effective communications. Article: give it tim…
 
>> VIEW SHOW NOTES + RESOURCES Everyone can recall a time when their emotions were moved by a story. On today’s episode, we explore the practice of harnessing the power of visual storytelling in order to educate consumers about brand and product. Our guest today is Shlomi Ron, CEO of the Visual Storytelling Institute or VSI, a seasoned digital mark…
 
As a data practitioner, it can sometimes be difficult to know when to stop analyzing and take action. Khrystyna Grynko shares some of the classic symptoms of analysis paralysis, why it’s important for organizations and practitioners to recognize when they are suffering from it, and how to overcome it using her analysis action logic formula. Khrysty…
 
How can you take a dense, technical report and turn it into something people will actually read? In this episode, Ann K. Emery shares the top tips that she recommends to her clients that have been bringing reports to life for years! Show notes: https://dataviztoday.com/shownotes/64
 
>> VIEW SHOW NOTES + RESOURCES Dashboards are a powerful data viz tool, but all too often, they are poorly done and not used to the best of their ability. Our guest today, joins us to shed light on what makes dashboards stand out and convey information in an accessible, impactful way. Andy Cotgreave is a Technical Evangelist at Tableau Software wit…
 
What can we do to make our data visualizations more accessible to more people, especially those with disabilities? In this episode, Frank Elavsky shares how we can integrate accessibility into our current data visualization workflow. It’s a skill just like anything else, so let’s get practicing! Show notes: https://dataviztoday.com/shownotes/63…
 
Cole talks with professional “chart looker-atter” Steve Wexler, about his new book The Big Picture: How to Use Data Visualization to Make Better Decisions—Faster. Tune in for a conversation centered around evangelizing the transformative power of data visualization in an organization, including the value of visualizing for “aha!” (not “ooh and aah”…
 
A good data visualization can reveal and communicate insights. But bad graphs abound. In this episode, Cole chats with Ben Jones about misleading graphs. They discuss a number of common issues, including missorted time, miscalculated area, going against expected norms, spurious correlations, and more. Tune in for tips on how to read graphs and spot…
 
This was an episode where I talked with Haydee Hernandez, Director of Product Management @ CollegeAdvisor.com. In this episode we talk about the importance of experimentation and building a culture of experimentation within organizations. More about Haydee Hernandez: College Advisor: CollegeAdvisor.com Haydee’s LinkedIn: in/hernandezhaydee If you l…
 
Ah, money. The topic everyone wants to hear about but no one wants to talk about! It’s a complicated and nuanced subject because there are so many variables that factor into someone’s compensation, but... In this episode, I’ll share some highlights from the responses in the Data Visualization Society community survey to give you a sense of what dat…
 
Giving good feedback to others—when done well—can help you sharpen your own thinking and approaches for visualizing and communicating with data. We’ll start with this critical topic in our new 10-week course, so it seemed like the perfect timing to repost the original episode of the storytelling with data podcast. I discuss the value of giving and …
 
We have our friend Sandra Rendgen on the show to talk about the work of Edward Tufte. Tufte does not need any introductions of course. We discuss his early works and efforts, all the books he published, his contribution and legacy and the influence he had on our work. Enjoy the show! Remember: our podcast is listener-supported, please consider maki…
 
“You don’t have to be a cartographer to make a great map.” Cole talks with cartographer Kenneth Field, author of the award-winning book, Cartography. Tune in to hear the thought process for visualizing data when the “where” matters, including different types of maps, how purpose and audience should drive design decisions, and whether there’s any su…
 
What are the ingredients of a successful personal project? How do you even know what topic to make your personal project about? What constraints make for a successful personal project? In this episode, data visualization designers Nadieh Bremer and Shirley Wu share insights they learned from completing a year-long collaboration that ended with a ne…
 
“For data visualization, you don’t need to be an artist to make good sketches.” Cole talks with Data Sketches authors, Shirley Wu and Nadieh Bremer, about their multi-year project that has been turned into a beautiful new book. Listen as they discuss their exploration of the creative side of data visualization through colors, shapes, math, code, an…
 
>> VIEW SHOW NOTES + RESOURCES Welcome to the inaugural episode of the Present Beyond Measure Show for 2021! Today on the show, we will be having an inspiring conversation about LinkedIn Ads, data visualization, and public speaking with AJ Wilcox. AJ talks about how to get started on LinkedIn, why its targeting functionality is worth the high cost,…
 
Do you feel lost when you’re creating a chart? Are you feeling around in the dark with every new project? Confidence comes with practice, but you can also take a few smart steps, in the beginning, to create an effective chart. I’ve interviewed top designers for years on my podcast while creating and experimenting on my own, and I’ve found that thes…
 
Cole talks with Jon Schwabish about his latest book, Better Data Visualizations. Tune in to hear about Jon’s goal to make people aware of a wider array of graphs, which less common graphs he wishes people would use more, his favorite Sankey diagram, and how Luxembourg highlighted an important lesson about maps. Jon also addresses viewer questions o…
 
Being able to introduce yourself eloquently and in a way that captures and keeps your intended audience’s attention is a hugely important thing. Yet, we don’t commonly devote a lot of time or thought to planning how we do this. In this episode, Cole shares the process that she and the storytelling with data team used to create their intros, plus sh…
 
>> VIEW SHOW NOTES FOR DATA VISUALS + RESOURCES This episode is a very special new holiday tradition called “The Year In Data”. I partnered with a fellow data viz renegade and beloved host of the Data Viz Today Podcast! Alli Torban is an Information Design Consultant in Washington, D.C.and a leading voice in the field of data visualization on her p…
 
The last episode of the year! In this episode, I have a little data viz tennis match with fellow podcaster Lea Pica. We found the most inspiring visualizations in four categories: climate change, COVID-19, racial injustice, and the US presidential election. Lea and I bounce back and forth describing our favorite in each category and the mastery on …
 
This week, we are joined by Amelia Wattenberger, journalist-engineer at the Pudding and book author. We discuss the exciting Svelte framework for web development, which is especially well suited for developing interactive data visualizations. Hear how it compares to other frameworks like react, why web development nowadays seems so complicated, and…
 
>> VIEW SHOW NOTES + RESOURCES Nidhal Firoze is a Digital Analytics Association certified web analyst and associate manager of Digital Analytics and BI at Course5 Intelligence. He was recently recognized by the Analytics India Magazine as one of the top 5 data science mentors in June 2020. He's also a DAA Quanties-award finalist in the difference-m…
 
How can you get people’s attention on what you want to share and drive the action you seek? Carefully consider your audience. In this episode, Cole dives deep on audience, discussing ways to identify who they are and prioritize their needs, strategies for approaching the challenging but common case of the mixed audience, and tips for getting to kno…
 
Have you ever created a successful graphic that really hit the mark and you felt like you were just spot on? Do you know how you can consistently replicate that feeling? If not, I have an idea of what you might be missing... Art direction! In this episode, we'll learn when you need art direction and when you don't, and how to use art direction to m…
 
>> VIEW SHOW NOTES + RESOURCES Christina Stathopoulos is an Analytical Consultant at Google who uses data and visualization to help her clients drive decisions about marketing, expansion, and more. She holds adjunct faculty positions at two top universities in Madrid, where she teaches analytics courses for MBA programs. Alongside her corporate and…
 
>> VIEW SHOW NOTES + RESOURCES Anna Shutko is the Product Marketing Manager at Supermetrics, a technology tool that picks up all the marketing data you need and brings it to your favorite reporting, analytics, or storage platform using “connectors”. Anna helped launch the company's top products, such as Supermetrics for Google Data Studio, Excel, a…
 
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