The Indispensable Guide to Chart Design and Data Visualization, Part 1

As a follow up to the article "3 Practical Tips for Effective BI Dashboard Design and Implementation", I think it would be beneficial to closely focus on how to most effectively communicate your data using different visual forms.

The previous article went into great depth on business context, purpose and overall implementation of visual metrics, but now I'd like to take a more granular approach in analyzing dashboard design-why, when and how to choose from the options afforded to you in many of the BI tools on the market.


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About Mark Ledwich

Mark Ledwich is the Lead Product Designer at ZAP. He leads a design team and works with the product management and development teams to make sure the ZAP BI product is truly world class. He loves to stress about usability and aesthetics and has a keen interest in the BI industry and innovative products. For fun, Mark hosts a book club and enjoys live music, trail running and craft beer. 

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