Recorded June 2018
While it's easy to start creating reports in Power BI, building effective data visualizations that communicate your intended message and establishes a positive user experience is a must-learn skill. In BlueGranite's recent webinar, we introduced 7 Power BI design concepts that you can easily apply within your own reports.
As we visited each concept, we demonstrated them within a sample Power BI report, helping you to practice and implement what you learn. From color palettes to clarifying your messaging, we walked through practical ways to apply seemingly complex design concepts to your reports.
Check out the recorded session below! If you want to learn even MORE, download our free whitepaper for a step-by-step guide to the webinar to follow along with the content and apply these concepts to a provided sample report.
Define and clarify guiding principles of data visualization design
Meagan Longoria, Solution Architect
Meagan is a business intelligence consultant and Microsoft MVP who helps people understand their data and use it to learn and make good decisions. She works mostly with the Microsoft BI stack, doing everything from data modeling and data warehouse design to Analysis Services models to data visualization. You can check out her blog for interesting links, knowledge, and experiences with BI tools and concepts.