The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Data Visualisation

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Discover the art of data visualisation! Explore the dos and don'ts of data visualisation, and gain tips and techniques to captivate your audience with stunning visual narratives.

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Mauricio da Silva

Mauricio da Silva

Data Analytics Expert

Mauricio has a wide range of interests, which led him to study and work with music production (recording, mixing, radio), film (audio and production), marketing, corporate training and data science (coding and analytics). Between art and science, he found he could mix it all together by becoming a trainer in technology and data science.Mauricio has worked in analytical and training roles in big tech for 5+ years. He has worked in different industries, giving him a wide knowledge of processes and metrics, and how to most efficiently utilise data to reach business goals. At Growth Tribe, he helps individuals understand complex topics in intuitive ways, and enhance their thinking and execution on data initiatives.

Are you ready to unlock the secrets of compelling data storytelling? Welcome to our webinar, "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Data Visualisation," where we dive into the captivating world of data visualisation and explore its dos and don'ts.

Introduction to Data Visualisation

In today's data-driven world, the ability to effectively communicate insights is paramount. Data visualisation transforms complex information into visually appealing narratives, making it easier for audiences to grasp and interpret. Our webinar aims to demystify the art of data visualisation and equip you with the skills to create stunning visual narratives.

Mauricio will explore the use of Tableau by Abercrombie & Fitch

The Good: Best Practices in Data Visualisation

Let's start with the good—the best practices in data visualisation. We'll showcase examples of successful visualisation projects and dissect what makes them effective. From choosing the right chart types to mastering colour theory, we'll cover everything you need to know to create impactful visual stories that resonate with your audience.

We will show best practices in data visualisation.

The Bad: Pitfalls to Avoid in Data Visualisation

But what about the bad? Unfortunately, not all data visualisations hit the mark. In this segment, we'll shine a light on common mistakes to avoid. Whether it's cluttered charts, misleading representations, or poor design choices, we'll show you how to steer clear of these pitfalls and maintain the integrity of your data narratives.

We will also cover pitfalls to avoid in data visualisation.

The Ugly: Evaluating Real Cases of Data Visualisation

Prepare for a deep dive into the ugly side of data visualisation. Through real-life examples, we'll dissect flawed visualisations and uncover the reasons behind their shortcomings. By learning from the mistakes of others, you'll gain valuable insights into improving your own data storytelling practices.

Tips and Techniques for Captivating Visual Narratives

Ready to elevate your visual storytelling game? We'll share tips and techniques to enhance the impact and clarity of your data visualisations. From crafting compelling narratives to incorporating interactive elements, you'll discover practical strategies to engage and captivate your audience.

Mauricio will share tips and techniques to enhance the impact and clarity of your data visualisations. Amongst others, we will cover Data Analyst GPT, available on ChatGPT Plus.


In conclusion, "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Data Visualisation" offers a comprehensive exploration of the dos and don'ts of data visualisation. Whether you're a seasoned data enthusiast or just curious about the world of visual storytelling, this webinar replay is not to be missed. Join us as we unravel the mysteries of effective data communication and empower you to create compelling visual narratives. Don't miss out—watch the replay now and embark on your journey to becoming a master storyteller with data.