Researchers and evaluators have developed some bad reporting habits. This post seeks to dispel some …
Meet Chris Lysy.
I consult with NGOs, government agencies, universities, public health institutes, and large non-profits as a professional information designer. I design infographics, cartoons, dashboards, websites, digital media campaigns, and communities of practice. I also help these organizations train up their staff.
But before all of that, at the beginning of my career, I was just a data guy working professionally as a researcher and evaluator. I found myself disillusioned with the way we report our work. That disillusionment launched my cartooning career.
It was through cartooning that I started to discover that people were not disinterested in WHAT we were sharing. They were disinterested in HOW we were sharing.
It’s HOW you report that matters.
Two things I know.
- Everybody is overwhelmed.
- The digital world is a visual world.
- So what does that mean for reporting?
If you want to reach an audience, you need to change the way you report. You need to be able to create something visual and designed for modern audiences. I can teach you how.
Join my virtual creative reporting workshop.
It’s always open.
- We meet weekly.
- You’ll get exposure to new design methods and tools.
- You’ll get lots of opportunities to practice.
- You’ll be surrounded by your peers
- And you’ll have a mentor who is committed to helping you achieve your learning goals (yes, I am talking about myself).