Whether you’re presenting to the PTA or the board of a Fortune 500 company, there are a few common PowerPoint features that do a great job—of detracting from your message and killing your credibility. Pull up an office chair and dim the lights as we present the 5 worst features in PowerPoint presentations.

Ever notice that when you’re in a bad mood, you tend to make more mistakes? You stub your toe, fumble your cell phone, or misdial a number. According to a recent study from Tufts, your mood can also affect your visual judgement, particularly your ability to effectively interpret data visualizations.

As data storytellers, we tend to advocate for letting the data do the talking. We can frame it, we can present it, we can provide context, but we like to show the story most of all.

The Tonight Show has undergone plenty of change in the last few years. Now in the hands of Jimmy Fallon, the show format is noticeably shifting. With less time devoted to talk segments and more devoted to music and comedy, Fallon is bringing the funny back to the show.

Good design is the foundation of effective visual content.

Fourth of July weekend is approaching, so it’s time to break out the beer, BBQ, and your American Flag.

Producing high-quality content to attract and engage your audience is the best, most authentic way to nurture the relationship.

You may have noticed your social feeds buzzing about the FIFA World Cup. Why the sudden interest?

Data visualization is a powerful tool to communicate complex information in an engaging way.

As the media and publishing platforms embrace visual communication, audiences have become accustomed to well-designed content.