Catalogue of Likert-Type Scales

Catalogue of Likert-Type Scales

This is one of the typical projects I do just for fun. My evaluator-friend Steve Powell (@stevepowell99) told me he had thought of gathering a catalogue of ways to present scales, so I told him I was in, and we came up with this infographic. Likert-type scales, also...
Tracking progress on Human Rights and Policy-Making status

Tracking progress on Human Rights and Policy-Making status

Ever since I evaluated a UN agency 5-years Country Programme for the first time and I realized how many factors are at play in order to make progress in Human Righst fulfillment, I had this idea that it would be great to have an overview of the status of all those...
30 Ideas of Visuals for Evaluation Reports

30 Ideas of Visuals for Evaluation Reports

It’s been a while since I wanted to do this recap. In each evaluation I participate I use Data Visualization to express new ideas and concepts. So I wanted to go through the evaluation reports I have written in the last 5 years and collect the visuals I use to...
Mapping Evidence

Mapping Evidence

Credible evidence. Such an intriguing concept (what it is and what makes it credible) makes me think about it often. And of course, I don’t reach too far, as most of us idealistic evaluators searching for answers… (sad LOL). But one day I thought: well,...
About Timelines

About Timelines

I’ve been meaning to write about timelines for a while. Everybody knows timelines. If well done, they nicely and quickly explain events in a chronological order in little space. So probably every (evaluation) report should include one… but they hardly ever...