|Communicating key messages through an information product
|Adjusts design of information products to effectively shape key messaging and maximize impact. Actively adapts as needed strategic information management documents to better align with the circumstances of a complex emergency.
|Applying design best practices to information product
|Develops design templates and sets style standards for products. Adapts and updates templates and style guidelines as needed.
|Incorporating data visualization into information product
|Builds reusable dashboard visualizations in a spreadsheet software. Automates the update of information products (for example, via scripting from a data source to the information product design file for more user-friendly updates.
|Utilizing features of GIS software
|Develops and leads trainings on GIS software for specific audiences such as National Society staff and volunteers, government officials, civil servants, community leaders, etc. Communicates complex geospatial concepts to non-specialists.
|Contextualizes geospatial information products for different operational needs
|Applies different methods to represent spatial data and their appropriate uses (e.g. choropleth, heat map, graduated symbols, proportional symbols, dot density). Evaluates information needs and decides if a map is appropriate and if so, what format/type of map (static, web, choropleth, heat map, etc) in order to convey a message or tell a story to the expected audience. Validates and corrects topology.