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Category Archives: Visualization

Importance of Image Selection

Relevant images are not merely about decoration.  They need to have purpose.  In Early Childhood we tend to put pictures of kids on everything.  I love looking at kids, but I encourage my clients to resist the temptation to put a child on a slide unless there is a particular purpose for that child being […]

Visualizing PowerPoint Slides

Dr. John Medina’s Brain Rule #10 has validated my own practice of “visualizing” PowerPoint slides.  As I began to work with content specialists I found myself in the position of helping them learn about the pitfalls of heavily text based slides and the value of using images to support the content and give learners a […]

Telling the Story

More and more we are becoming aware of how important it is to connect stories to our work.  Stories provide a real world description of the impact of what we do and how we do it.   Stories weave the human element into data that is shared.  Stories speak to the value of our efforts. I […]