Good Charts Workbook: Tips, Tools, and Exercises for Making Better Data Visualizations (Paperback)
A useful tool to help individuals and teams put theory into practice and apply the principles laid out in Good Charts.
- Puts Good Charts theory into practice
- Step-by-step guidance on creating and improving charts
- Helps develop dataviz competence with mini challenges, as well as larger challenges
- Lots of space for sketching inside the workbook
- Same friendly, accessible voice and style as Good Charts
Audience: Same as Good Charts: any manager, entrepreneur, or employee in any kind of enterprise who needs to understand dataviz/graphics better and to use it in making their case and advancing their career.
Announced first printing: 20,000
Laydown goal: 6,500
Scott Berinato, self-professed dataviz geek, is the author of Good Charts: The HBR Guide to Making Smarter, More Persuasive Data Visualizations, of which Fast Company said "It may just be the design manual of the year." He speaks frequently on the power and necessity of good data visualization--his most recent talk being his third consecutive year presenting on dataviz at SXSW in Austin, Texas--and has worked with many companies and individuals to up their dataviz game. He is a senior editor at Harvard Business Review where he writes and edits about visualization, and also technology and business.Author social media/website info: linkedin.com/in/scott-berinato-6330ba54, twitter.com/scottberinato?lang=en