Every wondered how best to communicate information?

Do you ever find yourself wondering how to present your information in an interesting and engaging manner?  Or do you find yourself in stuck in a Bar Chart rut or think that Mind Maps are mind blowing? (If you don’t know what they are take a look at the element Mi) Then take a look at what the guys and girls at the Visual Literacy Organisation have created.   Not only do they give us a fantastic example of how complex information can be represented, they also give us a reminder of all the main methods of doing so in the form of a periodic table.  http://www.visual-literacy.org/periodic_table/periodic_table.html

I love the element ‘Lm’, the learning map!  What do you think?

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Every wondered how best to communicate information?

Steven Coveys’ Day Planner

Communicating problems virtually

Building Rapport quick reference

FAB – Features, Advantages & Benefits