Creating a style guide for data visualization

Are your EdTech product’s data visualizations telling stories that are useful to users? If they don’t meet the thoughtful and consistent standards in your own style guide, they probably aren’t. 

When you access our Quick Action Guide, you’ll have all you need to empower your data visualizations with:

  • Uniform look and feel
  • Quicker design process
  • Overarching strategy for data reporting
  • First-rate user experience
  • Adherence to accessibility requirements
  • Data and product credibility
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    Kyle Bentle

    Kyle’s journey to the world of UX is an uncommon one. After earning a journalism degree from Ball State University with a concentration in graphic design, he spent the next decade working in news organizations in Jacksonville and Chicago. In his previous role as designer and journalist at the Chicago Tribune, Kyle juggled the needs of many stakeholders while collaborating on multidisciplinary teams under immense deadline pressure. As a data visualization expert, he brings a rare ability to analyze and translate complex information and concepts into engaging and understandable stories. Outside of work, he enjoys time with his wife, Lee Ann, and their dog, Scooter. Among his hobbies are biking, spending time outdoors, and painting poorly (his words).

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