This website has stock photos and videos that anyone can use free of charge. It is an excellent resource to use when your organization is in need of images for websites, pamphlets, social media, and more.
Learn five ways to make your charts more accessible for people with disabilities.
Bar charts are often overused. Learn six other methods to convey your data in a more effective way.
Learn how to make simple edits to a line chart in Excel that will make your data easier to read.
Learn about nine of the most common infographics and when it is best to use each one.
Quickly learn two very easy ways to instantly make your charts more accessible and easier to read
Walk through a real example with a step-by-step guide for turning a dataset into a line chart in Excel.
Dig deeper into the common “know your audience” advice by really examining your many audiences, their level of expertise, their expectations, and more. Then learn how to translate this information into actionable steps that will make your data stand out.
When using interactive, dynamic, and challenging charts and graphs, compliance requirements are are still inaccessible to a wide array of people. Chartibility goes beyond compliance by giving you access to a shortlist of 14 tests that can be conducted in 20-40 minutes (depending on the tester's experience) that will make data visualization more accessible for people with disabilities.
Learn Stephanie Evergreen’s four go-to charts that she uses to emphasize existing inequities found in data. These charts will help your organization turn stories of inequity into clear visualizations that highlight the need for change.