10 evaluation infographics

March 26, 2014 at 9:34 am 5 comments

Infographics are visual images used to represent information and/or data. Increasingly we see infographics used to communicate key evaluation findings. It can be an excellent tool to communication key findings quickly and to reach diverse audiences.  The presentation below contains 10 evaluation infographic  that I’ve collated from various evaluations. I think these examples show the different possibilities and options for how you can use this tool to communicate key findings.

(disclaimer – I’ve been involved in one of the evaluations  featured – that done by Oxfam)

 

Entry filed under: communicating evaluation results, Evaluation reporting, Evaluation use. Tags: , .

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  • 1. Sheila B Robinson, Ed. D  |  March 26, 2014 at 11:14 am

    Great collection Glenn! I think well-designed infographics can be effective and interesting communication tools for evaluation findings. I hope these catalyzed some rich discussion about evaluation use when they were shared with stakeholders.

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  • 2. Glenn  |  March 26, 2014 at 11:17 am

    Thanks Shelia, I agree – I think they can be very effective, even if I’ve seen organisations struggle with determining what should go into the infographic.

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  • 3. sjkistler  |  March 26, 2014 at 3:04 pm

    Nice work Glenn in bringing these together. I was looking for quality reporting infographics as examples for a workshop I gave earlier this month in Minnesota. Wish I had these then, and I’ll borrow a couple for future use with appropriate attribution of course to both the originator and your great blog for bringing them to my attention. Appreciatively, Susan

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  • 4. Glenn  |  March 27, 2014 at 9:14 am

    Thanks Susan for that positive feedback, I think we will see more and more examples of good quality inforgraphics on evaluation in the near future. Glenn

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