The tool(s) you use to communicate will depend on your audience and purpose, and the level of interactivity you want.
Some methods of communication are:
- Summary sheets, research briefs, and policy briefs. Keep in mind that a shorter document is far more likely to be read than a complete report.
- Tables of findings. Presenting the raw findings in this way can communicate your message very strongly.
- Scorecards or dashboards, which are often used for real-time monitoring
- Interactive web pages or web apps
- Photo stories, posters, or comic strips
- Blogs, which can be used to evaluate and discuss findings
- Multimedia video reports
- Action plans