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Why 100 is an important number in data visualization.

Always eat 100 percent of your pies and how I learned the embarrassing way.

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A year ago, I spoke to a group about storytelling using data. I focused on colors, typography, white space, rhythm, and flow, and it was a great talk — only I had one major issue.

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Kristi Pelzel

Kristi Pelzel

Communications Consultant and University Adjunct Faculty, with expertise in strategic storytelling, design, media, art, tech, science, & people.

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