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Bad BI habits, how to fix “crappy” visualizations, and big data vs. retail: Twitter Round-Up for June 6

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The Twittersphere lit up this week with rebukes, reality checks and redesigns vis-à-vis big data and analytics. Here are some of the tweets and articles that stood out the most: Why Most People’s Charts & Graphs Look Like Crap Why Most People’s Charts and Graphs Look Like Crap http://hub.am/1kuiZ0Y June 5, 2014 The top tweet …

B2B Marketers: Is Your Website Working Hard Enough?

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If you’re a B2C company like Amazon or Nordstrom, your website is your storefront. Consumers come to your site with the intent to purchase. Without a highly usable design, you’re missing out on a lot of revenue. If you’re in the B2B space, it’s time to start thinking about your website the same way B2C …

Encyclopedia Britannica and the Death of the Single Point of View

Bibliophiles lamented the passing of another cultural milestone in the print world this month. But for many, the announcement of the death of Encyclopedia Britannica’s print edition came as little surprise. The venerable publication reached its apex in the mid-90s but had been

What the Classroom Taught Me About Dashboard Design

Before working at Domo, I taught middle and high school. When I first started teaching, I was hounded with advice. “It’s okay to use worksheets.” “Don’t feel bad about assigning the chapter and questions.” “Feel free to copy exactly what I’m doing.” Though these suggestions were appreciated and sounded like an easy way to teach, I realized

Design is How It Works

While reading an article on Steve Jobs today, it struck me how his creativity was second to none with the many things he created from Macs to Pixar. But what the world really loses is one of the greatest innovators of all time

Remembering Steve Jobs

On Christmas Day 1979, my dad gave me a gift that changed me forever. It was an Apple II+. He said it “was for the family.” But we both knew who it was really for. I was only 12 years old at the time, but

Designing Magic

At the age of 16, my summer job was more of a mini-career. A neighbor who owned a small but highly-successful marketing company gave me a company BMW and an expense account. While my friends toiled in the summer heat mowing lawns or painting houses, I sped across the Northeast presenting to clients and attending trade shows

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