In a previous blog post we discussed the most effective ways to communicate using data visualization.
The post discussed how effective data visualization needs to be both visually appealing and communicate the information clearly. We… read more
… is your native language spoken?
This is an interesting graphic showing the distribution of the world’s most spoken languages.
There are thousands of languages in the world today, over 7,100 in fact. However most… read more
PowerPoint often gets a lot of criticism but who is to blame for poor presentations?
Chris Donaldson from Kantar Health has some interesting points about the use of the Microsoft charting workhorse in market research.… read more
As you’ve probably realised we love a good infographic, who doesn’t?
The amount of infographics springing up is considerable. They’re everywhere! On almost any subject. We recently discussed why infographics are so popular in our… read more
Here at E-Tabs we can’t get enough of infographics, and it seems like we aren’t the only ones.
Infographics are now everywhere, on almost any topic from politics to Pancake Day, and new ones are… read more
The annual US presidential State of the Union address is typically a reflection of wider national priorities.
This past Tuesday was no exception. This is an interesting series of charts looking at the number of… read more
Previously we looked at dataviz examples comparing designs which may or may not work well.
These examples are a little more straightforward; in fact, a couple of them are downright wrong…
Choice A… read more
In the visual realm, what people “like” is by definition subjective.
What “works” and what doesn’t in the context of dataviz design, however, is usually something one can determine a little more easily. Effective data… read more