Category: Presentations

Best Practices for Presentations and Handpicked Examples from Outstanding Speakers around the World

Tables: 3 Steps To Make them Better Visualizations

Text-heavy slides are attention-snappers. They instantly reduce attention to zero. Because audiences stop listening to you and start reading the screen. Philippa Leguen de Lacroix put it very well in her LinkedIn article: For every person, reading is like listening to a voice inside your head reading out-loud…[When] listening to themselves read, your audience will struggle

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The One Time Pie Charts are the Best Graphical Choice

Data professionals have very strong opinions about pie charts. In fact, The Hidden Speaker has its own article explaining all the reasons why they make a poor choice of visualization. However, despite all that intense criticism, pie charts have still managed to become firmly entrenched in our presentation vocabulary. So the game-changing question is: when

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