Including visualizations can help your poster stand out and help others understand your research. There are lots of ways to include visualizations on your poster - graphs, charts, photographs, as well as many others.
First, be sure to check out this concise guide on legally using images and/or this guide from our library on finding images.
Other Visualization Resources:
- Here is a chart of lots of different types of visualization strategies: A Periodic Table of Visualizations.
- The Data Visualization Catalog also shows types of visualization, including what kind of data works best with each type of viz.
- 50 Great Examples of Data Visualization
- Flowing data: Data visualization, infographics, and statistics
- Gallery of data visualization
- Data visualization: Modern approaches - Smashing Magazine
- Observable has a library of D3 graphics which can be forked and used with your project data. Full of ideas even if you don't copy their templates.
- Tableau Public is another free data visualization software.
- You could also create a tag cloud of your interview data:
I used WordClouds.com to create this tag cloud, then I took a screen shot of the image to put on this guide for you.