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Did you know that people process visuals 60,000 times faster than text and 9 in 10 people prefer information packaged as stories? Rise above the communication noise with visual storytelling. Welcome to the Visual Storytelling Today show - your #1 source for the latest actionable visual storytelling ideas you - the marketer or business leader - can easily apply to your business today! Host Shlomi Ron, CEO of the Visual Storytelling Institute, brings you a premium blend of notable visual story ...
 
Rid your world of ineffective graphs and mediocre presentations, one exploding 3D pie chart at a time! The storytelling with data podcast from bestselling author, speaker and workshop guru, Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic covers topics related to data storytelling, better presentations, and all things data viz. There is a story in your data—get the skills and power to tell it!
 
Your one-stop shop for essential data visualization and presentation skills for digital marketers, web analysts, and BI practitioners. With regular original content and luminary guest appearances from Rand Fishkin, Jim Sterne, Dustin Mathews, Garr Reynolds and more. This is the toolset you need to present your data, inform business decisions, inspire action, and become INDISPENSABLE.
 
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In this episode, I chat with Nina Jacobsen, Co-founder, CEO, and Helle Jabiri, Co-founder, CCO of Biites.com, a brand film platform headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark. We met on LinkedIn where we realized that we shared the same vision of how visual storytelling can effectively bring to life brand narratives. Nina and Helle are looking to revolut…
 
With days defined by distraction, how can we solve big problems and make time for what matters? Cole talks with technology designer and author of Sprint and Make Time, John Zeratsky, about the power of focus for getting things done. John details the design sprint process perfected at Google Ventures—detailing the value of “working alone, together” …
 
“Creativity is not stopping at the 1st or 2nd or 3rd iteration. Let’s create a ton of spaghetti and throw it at the wall—eventually something will stick.” Cole talks with illustrator, designer, and facilitator, Catherine Madden, about the power of drawing to think, define, generate ideas, collaborate, and ensure all voices are heard. Catherine shar…
 
Hello everyone, this episode is an (audio) extract from a video I put together, targeted mainly towards my connections on LinkedIn, as I had noticed that a lot of them were repeating the same mistakes time after time, so I thought I'd step in and help explain how they could achieve better engagement when recording themselves. You can also watch the…
 
I thought long and hard about changing the name of the podcast. Deciding I was going to, only to change my mind. Well, I finally decided to do it and I talk about why in this episode. If you enjoyed this episode I would very much appreciate you subscribing to hear more like this, but also getting involved and leaving your thoughts, when a particula…
 
Whether you're new to photography or been doing it for some time, you will, at some point, have been told that the best times to shoot outside are during the golden hours. In this episode I touch upon why you shouldn't shy away from shooting outside of these times and how to overcome some of the challenges. If you enjoyed this episode I would very …
 
What do you get when you mix together storytelling and geography? In this episode, I chat with Brian Alonso, Co-Founder at Built Story. I have recently come across BuiltStory a new mobile app that’s doing just that: creating self-guided tours where each stop is, in essence, a chapter of a larger story you’re telling about your town or other places …
 
This episode is a take away from an interview I did, where I share my thoughts on how to sustain a photography business. If you enjoyed this episode I would very much appreciate you not only subscribing to hear more like this, but also getting involved and leaving your thoughts, when a particular episode resonates with you. My main focus is all abo…
 
This episode is a take away from an interview I did. The only question when it comes to your photography is, how much do you love it. If you enjoyed this episode I would very much appreciate you not only subscribing to hear more like this, but also getting involved and leaving your thoughts, when a particular episode resonates with you. My main foc…
 
This episode is a take away from an interview I did, during which I share how to have the kit that you want, for cheaper. If you enjoyed this episode I would very much appreciate you not only subscribing to hear more like this, but also getting involved and leaving your thoughts, when a particular episode resonates with you. My main focus is all ab…
 
This episode is a take away from an interview I did. The bottom line is just focus on what you're doing, forget about everyone else. Don't worry about your competition, let your competition worry about you. If you enjoyed this episode I would very much appreciate you not only subscribing to hear more like this, but also getting involved and leaving…
 
This episode is a take away from an interview I did, where I explain my thoughts on how I believe you can set yourself apart from everyone else. If you enjoyed this episode I would very much appreciate you not only subscribing to hear more like this, but also getting involved and leaving your thoughts, when a particular episode resonates with you. …
 
This is a take away from an interview I did, where I explain why I stopped calling myself a photographer, and began calling myself a visual storyteller. If you enjoyed this episode I would very much appreciate you not only subscribing to hear more like this, but also getting involved and leaving your thoughts, when a particular episode resonates wi…
 
“Visualization is a game of decisions.” In this episode, Cole chats with data visualization consultant, teacher, researcher, and author, Andy Kirk. Hear about topics ranging from what can be learned from cartoons and other unexpected sources of inspiration to the importance of curiosity, practice, and editorial judgement for taking work from good t…
 
Mary Owusu and Pierre DeBois are celebrated experts and speakers in the digital analytics field. They graciously offered heartbreaking stories of racial oppression and discrimination both in the tech field and their personal lives, helping me unpack and uncomfortably face the dark truth that racism is still at large all around us. VIEW ALL SHOW NOT…
 
This is a take away from an interview I did where I discuss not holding back when pitching an idea to a client, because you think they may take that idea and use another photographer. If you enjoyed this episode I would very much appreciate you not only subscribing to hear more like this, but also getting involved and leaving your thoughts, when a …
 
Dominick Quartuccio helps corporate individuals, teams, and businesses design a future they can’t wait to live into. He also has a passion for developing highly evolved men to elevate how they show up as leaders, husbands, fathers and champions for women. I don’t know anyone who has worked so tirelessly to create awareness and help others navigate …
 
In this episode, I chat with Dr. Federico Conforto, who is a friend and also a Critical Care physician who works at San Camilo Hospital in Rome, Italy. As we all know, Italy was one of the countries that got hurt the most early on when the pandemic broke out late March. At its peak on April 20th, Italy had 108,000 active cases. We hear a lot about …
 
Tune in to this lively conversation, where Cole chats with The Big Book of Dashboard author and Tableau evangelist, Andy Cotgreave, about optimizing presentation content and style for the virtual environment. From an “on-air” lightbulb to keep the kids out to practical tips for keeping energy high and sessions engaging, this is an episode not to mi…
 
I posted a poll on Twitter asking People's opinions on whether they thought the cameras in their mobile phone had overtaken traditional compact camera's? If you're on Twitter you can find me @GaryFernon Tweet or DM me and let me know you found me through this podcast. If you enjoyed this episode I would very much appreciate you not only subscribing…
 
When approaching any photograph it’s important to understand what you are photographing and why you’re photographing it. In this episode I explain why. If you enjoyed this episode I would very much appreciate you not only subscribing to hear more like this, but also getting involved and leaving your thoughts, when a particular episode resonates wit…
 
What should we do when we believe others should place more value on effective data storytelling than they think they should? Don’t fight every fight, augment rather than replace, and work to understand what’s driving resistance so you can be more nuanced in how you address it. Tune in to hear more on these and additional strategies for influencing …
 
>> VIEW SHOW NOTES + RESOURCES Mitch Grasso is the Founder/CEO of Beautiful.AI - predictive presentation software that will revolutionize how people build beautiful visual documents. I’ve used it personally and after being seriously impressed with its intuitive interface and adherence to presentation design best practices, I actually considered swi…
 
As the raging pandemic is pulling the rug from under our feet, some voices are less heard than others. To unpack this topic and discuss how stories of underrepresented voices drive social impact, I am excited to have Chris Colbert Founder/CEO, DCP Entertainment. With a passion for connecting audiences with innovative and inspiring content, Chris Co…
 
In this episode I mention my monthly email newsletter, what you have missed so far and what you can expect.Subscribe to the newsletter so as not to miss out on the new newsletters - link below https://us4.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=64588b13b0ec90773b51c29ae&id=76f8e1c068Let’s start a conversation over on Twitter - @GaryFernon--- Send in a voice me…
 
In this episode, I cover three areas of delivering online presentations that you can master and stay visible and sane in the process. It's a sample of my flagship online course on presentation delivery. For the complete data presentation rockstar blueprint, enroll in the Data Presentation + Storytelling Boot Camp and start creating the impact, infl…
 
In this episode I’m going to touch upon being consistent throughout the year by using colour.I’ve included a link to an open dropbox folder where you can download some free colour charts to help you achieve this, so feel free to download them to keep. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/kt3q9o2ryi8swy2/AAAa3JWbuQQzD0jtKc9I_Hlaa?dl=0Let’s start a conversatio…
 
As we’re all locked down at home for a couple of weeks now to slow down the expansion of the coronavirus pandemic, I realized there is a unique storytelling dynamic at play here that begs the question: How do you adapt your personal and brand story in uncertain times? You see, if you let your personal worries take over and the story you tell yourse…
 
Lights, camera, action! Tune in to hear Cole, Randy and the entire SWD team chat with Kristen Johnson, Executive Director of Communications and Marketing at Wingate University and prior news reporter and executive producer. Given today’s need to communicate virtually, many of us are becoming mini-news reporters from our makeshift home studios and i…
 
In this episode I share with you a recent experience of mine which resulted in me losing absolutely everything. I’d love to hear the processes you adopt and whether you have experienced the same thing. Let me know by either calling in, or get in touch on social, I’m always dropping in and out of Twitter so let’s connect on there, you can find me @G…
 
Hello everyone, welcome the Photography Tips Under Two Minutes podcast. In this episode I’m going to share with you why you need to invest in a fast memory cardHave you ever been shooting multiple exposures and the memory card just can’t keep up with you? Well, you’re not alone. The solution to this issue is really quite simple. Listen to this epis…
 
The storytelling with data team has been a work-from-home team since the beginning and in this episode, Randy and data storytellers Elizabeth, Mike, and Alex discuss how to be productive, stay engaged and maintain sanity when working remotely from others. Tune in to hear learnings ranging from the importance of a comfortable chair to pro-tips for v…
 
LinkedIn is rapidly becoming one of the social platforms to be on. Gone are the days where this platform is for job hunting. Don’t get me wrong, this element still exists, but is becoming more like Facebook everyday, only for business.However, you should be treating this platform like all the others. So, what do I mean by that. It is my belief, if …
 
Rehgan Avon is the founder and CEO of the Women in Analytics Conference, an organization and industry event that increases visibility to women making an impact in the analytics space by providing a platform to lead the conversations around the advancements of analytical research, development, and applications. The WiA conference is becoming an incr…
 
Hey everyone, hope you’re well. In this episode I’ll be sharing Why I believe it’s better, and why I do, shoot underexposed.What are your thoughts? Am I right or am I wrong. I’d love to know your thoughts.Folks, I really do appreciate your attention. Until the next episode, be creative, be inspired, be you.--- Send in a voice message: https://ancho…
 
Why do we visualize data and what makes data visualization good? Tune in to hear Cole share her thoughts on these and related questions. She also answers listener questions about chronological versus lead-with-ending ordering for presentations, what to do when trying to show many data series in a line graph, and resources for communicating risk in …
 
If you’re new to photography, it can become overwhelming trying to understand the bag load of terminology that accompanies this art form. One of my aims is to break that down for you, to make the process as simplistic as I can, so you can get back to focusing on taking photo’s. After all, that’s why you picked up the camera in the first place, righ…
 
If you're new to the podcast, this sixty second clip explains exactly what you can expect from this podcast. I'd love for you to join in, so don't be shy in leaving a response to any of the episodes. We're in this together, so it's all about sharing. Be Creative, Be Inspired, Be You. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gary-fernon/messag…
 
While in Seattle recently, Cole sat down with the author of recently published Avoiding Data Pitfalls, Ben Jones. They discuss missteps using data, why they are an expected part of our evolutionary process, and the role that human intuition plays in the analysis and synthesis of data. Listen also to Ben’s journey from engineer to Tableau to founder…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the podcast in 2020, happy new year to you all, I know I’m seriously late, but I hope you’ve shot out of the blocks metaphorically punching January in the face. In this episode I’m going to give you a top tip when it comes to paying taxes and starting this new year on the right foot. --- Send in a voice message: http…
 
With over 15 years of enterprise analytics experience at monster platforms like Domo, Omniture, and Adobe, Brent Dykes knows a thing or eight about leveraging thoughtfully presented insights to effect organizational change and success. Brent stopped by the show to discuss his new book, Effective Data Storytelling: How to Drive Change with Data, Nar…
 
Imagine you’re walking along a street in a big, busy city. Despite all the noise and movement, something shiny catches your eye. It’s a key. You pick it up and realize it’s the most unusual and ornate key you’ve ever seen. You take it home, toss it in a drawer and forget about it. …or maybe you display it, so you can share it with others. After all…
 
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