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Designing for Data

Original Broadcast Date: April 21, 2021

Presented By: Amanda Koehler and Jenna Dehn

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Images and product details for e-commerce sites. Team member bios or multiple location pages for health care organizations. Project portfolios for architecture firms. What do they all have in common? They all involve complex data that's challenging to present in a user-friendly way. If your organization needs to present lots of data online, it's critical to plan ahead for how you'll manage, design and integrate it in order to provide website visitors with the best possible user interface. Join us to find out how Northwoods approaches designing for data - including the need for flexibility to handle missing information, options for presenting descriptions of varying lengths, and making in-depth data easily digestible. You'll leave with actionable tips that will help make your next data-heavy website redesign a resounding success.

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Key Take Aways

  • Why it’s critical to plan ahead for how you’ll present complex data on your website
  • How to account for missing data, varying data length and in-depth data in your design
  • Actionable tips to make your next data-heavy website redesign a success