Illustrating information through easy-to-interpret presentations. We value giving the information we receive back to communities in meaningful and easy-to-digest ways. On their own and within longer reports, action-oriented graphics and maps can communicate complex ideas easily. We map geographic data to illustrate program reach, inform decision-making and reveal trends undetected in other formats. We produce infographics, charts and graphics that can be widely used and shared by participants, clients and the public. See some examples of our work in data visualization, mapping, and spatial analysis:

Evaluation of the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s Diabetes Prevention Program

Where Should ALA Offer Freedom From Smoking Programming?