The Flourish webinar is a monthly series that covers a wide range of data visualization and Flourish-specific topics. From deep dives on how to make the most out of a particular template to best data visualization practices, these webinars aim to inspire and spark discussion among data visualization professionals and enthusiasts. Learn more in our FAQs.
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Frequently asked questions
Cumulatively over the course of the series, we’ll be covering pretty much everything you can think of (and more!). That means we’ll be taking an in-depth look at lots of Flourish templates, as well as demonstrating how to use our tool for a variety of purposes – ranging from creative data storytelling to internal reporting.
Each hour-long webinar is focused on a specific topic, with the goal of providing useful information to all our users. You can expect to hear from some of Flourish’s superusers, a little data theory, and plenty of Flourish examples to get you inspired!
That’s easy. Just check out the table on this page which, at any given point, will let you know what’s scheduled for the upcoming months. We’ll be continually updating this as additional content is planned, as well as linking to the recordings of sessions that have already taken place.
We’re guessing you already know the answer to this question but, if not, then it’s a resounding yes. Shortly after each session we’ll post a recording to our YouTube channel dedicated to the training series as well as link to a copy of the slides and any other supporting resources that you will receive in your inbox.
Yes, absolutely, the more the better. You’ll be able to post questions throughout the session and we’ll also leave some time at the end to handle any unanswered queries.
Of course! However, we would highly recommend that each attendee registers through Eventbrite individually, so everyone can receive a follow-up email containing a copy of the slides used in the webinar and other helpful resources.
We’ll be using Zoom for this webinar series. If you want to double-check system requirements, you can read more about those here.