001: Executive Results

Developed with Power BI

Sales reporting demo with informative tooltips about margins in $ and % per month, brand, product category and subcategory, and manufacturer.
Executive Results

002: Covid-19 World Monitor

Developed with Power BI

Disclaimer: This report is for research and educational purposes only and is not intended to be a tool for decision-making. There are many uncertainties and debates about the details of COVID-19 and there are many limitations to this simple report. I'm not an Epidemiologist or a Statistician, nor do I play one on TV.
Covid-19 report

003: Color theory is key

Be intentional and thoughtful.

Color grabs attention. Color signals where to look. Color should be used sparingly. Color can carry quantitative value. Color can carry tone and meaning. Not everyone sees color: 10% of the population are color-blind. Color should be used consistently. Start with gray, then apply hue.
Why color theory is Important

004: Sales Performance

Powered with Zebra BI visuals

A reporting demo for weekly sales performance following custom ISO calendar. It´s still a work-in-progress and what you will be interacting with is the first page of the report.
Test

005: Perú COVID-19

Situational Monitor

A personal data display to evaluate the current situation of COVID-19 cases in Perú. It is updated every 7 days.

006: Band > Box > Violin plot

Rare in practice, yet informatively useful

They are rich with information and provide good context for analysis, especially when exploring the data, sadly, these types of plots are rarely seen in practice, or in business settings. My mission: make them popular.

007: Cycle Plots in Power BI

Simple visualization to see seasonality in time series data.

008: coming soon ... 🙏😅

Lately, I've been very busy with consulting / freelancing. More displays coming. The image on the left is taken from Second edition of The Visual Display of Quantitative Information by Edward Tufte. voilá Minard!