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CORPORATE PRESENTATIONS

Infographic—Prison Population:
Before: A mish-mash of auto-generated charts from HuffingtonPost.com; After: Data added and reorganized to communicate the situation clearly: US incarcerates citizens at a rate five times higher than the world average; half of all prisoners in federal penitentiaries were convicted on drug charges -- half of those for marijuana.

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Medical Education:
Before: An incomplete, hastily prepared, and statistically corrupt chart is replaced... After: ...with a meaningful visual concept. Paradoxically, the "after" chart, with more layers of data (incidence over time, per state. per capita), is easier to understand as well as more compelling.

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Infographics—Cybercrime:
Before: Standard formatting, with text and bullets. After: Key points are highlighted across multiple slides.

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Medical Education:
Before: A medical chart that is dead on arrival. A typical reformatting request would begin and end with a colorful redrawing of the current chart.After: Hundreds of unnecessary text characters are eliminated; the charts and slide title are reconceived, with only key information highlighted. "Women are more likely than men to present having nonobstructive cardiac disease."

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Medical Education:
The challenge is to display three sets of cross-referenced data (heart function, kidney function, and their effects on mortality) in a two-dimensional slide. Before: A common but cumbersome and ineffective solution is to create 3-D columns on a distorted 3-D base. After: Overlapping circles simulate three dimensions, save space, and emphasize the key point: "Kidney function is more critical to survival than heart function."

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Medical Education:
Before and After: Thirty-two data columns are replaced with four trend lines to present healthcare outcomes clearly. Trend lines showing improvement are flagged at right.

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Medical Education:
Before and After: Increasing cancer survival rates are encouraging. Previous rate (grey), current rate (green), and the rate of improvement (bubble).

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Medical Education:
Before and After: Which specialists are most active online? What are their behaviors, and how can we reach them?

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Medical Education:
Before: Ouch! After: Process is shown in a familiar left-to-right sequence.

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