Most "professional" reports are too long, dense, and jargony. Transform your reports with these practical tips. You'll never look at reports the same way again.
I used to write hundred-page reports...
I was trained to write lengthy reports filled with statistical jargon. Important information sat around and gathered dust.
Now, I design design reports that people actually want to read.
Fewer paragraphs. More graphs. My audience can understand the information, so the data actually gets used.
3,312+ participants from around the globe
have already taken the leap into better reports, slideshows, dashboards, and infographics.
This is a full length course. We have mini and full-length courses available on data analysis, data visualization, dashboards, and slideshows.
What's included in this course?
I'm going to transform you into the reporting hero that your organization needs. Here's what's included to make that happen.
StartGo Beyond the Report (7:07)
StartMy Favorite Scrollytelling Example (3:56)
StartFollow the 30-3-1 Approach (11:04)
StartDesign a One-Pager (17:07)
StartChoosing Which Findings to Include in a One-Pager (5:24)
StartUse Landscape Orientation for On-Screen Reading (5:41)
StartStart with the "So What?" (1:35)
StartVisually Chunk Content with Dividers (3:17)
StartApply a Text Hierarchy (2:29)
StartGo Beyond the Bar Chart (1:45)
StartVisualizing Qualitative Data in Reports (3:28)
StartTell a Story with Dark Colors and Interpretive Text (1:49)
Each year, I lead dozens of in-person workshops for thousands of people. My online courses bring those skills to you, too.
Depict Data Studio also consults to the United Nations, State Department, and Centers for Disease Control, plus dozens more foundations, nonprofits, film companies, banks, hospitals, and universities worldwide.
Your data deserves to be out in the world--actionable, talked about, used--not gathering dust in spreadsheets.
What does an online course look like inside?
I talk with you like a real person, not a monotone robot reading off a boring script.