Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Live #TMRE13: Data Visualization: The Subtle Art of Data

Alisa Olander, Vice President, Strategic Insights & Research, Universal Music Group, started today by sharing:

“Seeing comes before words. The child looks and recognizes before it can speak. But, there is also another sense in which seeing comes before words. -- Jonah Berger

The human memory is naturally associative and remembers information associated with sensory cues better especially visual cues.

Visuals have a tremendous impact but there is a need to Explore. Explain. Expose. to gleam insights and communicate those well for decision makers.

via gia8


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

  Valerie RussoFormerly a senior copy editor at Thomson Reuters, a research editor at AOL,  and a senior web publicist at Hachette Book GroupValerie M. Russo is editor at large of The Front End of Innovation BlogThe Market Research Event BlogThe World Future Trends Tumblr, the Digital Impact Blog, and also blogs at Literanista.net. She is the innovation lead and senior social media strategist for the Marketing and Business Strategy Division of the Institute for International Research, an Informa LLC., and her poetry was published in Regrets Only on sale at the MOMA Gift Shop. Her background is in Anthropology and English Literature. You can reach her at vrusso@iirusa.com or @Literanista.


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