601 Seeing is Believing: Simplifying Complex Data with Visual Brilliance

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Thursday, September 28

During this session we will explore the art of creating impactful infographics that effectively communicate complex data. You will discover strategies for simplifying complicated information, organizing content for clarity, and building compelling narratives by presenting data in a visually appealing way that resonates with your audience.

In this session you will learn:

  • The fundamental principles of designing effective infographics, including information hierarchy, visual storytelling, and flow by leveraging design elements such as color, typography, layout, and iconography to enhance the clarity and impact of your infographics
  • How to select the right chart types, create meaningful data visualizations, and effectively represent data relationships within your infographics
  • How to strike the right balance between precise data representation and captivating visual aesthetics resulting in infographics that are both informative and visually appealing

Leigh Ann Morgan

Instructional Designer

Greene Tweed

Leigh Ann Morgan is a corporate instructional designer with a master's degree in instructional design and technology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She designs with intention, by thoroughly assessing clients' needs and constructing impactful eLearning that will develop skills and inspire better performance and growth. Leigh Ann believes instructional design is both a science and a form of art. With a sound understanding of various design methods, theories, and technical skill, she takes the learner on a journey that is focused, fulfilling, and fun.

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