Report Kitchen reports utilize the latest, standards-compliant responsive design techniques to ensure the best possible experience on every device
Unlike PDFs, your readers can share a specific section of your report with friends and colleagues. If they share an interactive chart their share includes a still image for context.
Printed or PDF reports often include static charts and graphs to illustrate data but modern interactive data visualizations are much more engaging and impactful. Report Kitchen’s extensive dataviz capabilities will make your data come alive.
Enhance your report with embedded video, or create polls, quizzes or feedback forms to engage your readers and add call-to-action links.
While search engines can usually read the contents of a PDF file, the user experience is very rough. You only see one result for the entire document even if there are multiple matches for your search. Report Kitchen results look and work like you’d expect, and take you right where you want to go, without waiting.
All our reports comply with WCAG 2.0 and U.S Section 508 standards for accessibility. If you have or you need your document translated to other languages, a single Report Kitchen site serves your entire audience.
This evaluation report from the U.S. Department of Education is 147 pages long, has six chapters, and includes over 70 charts, graphs and tables.
Check out the PDF on the left, and then browse the Report Kitchen site on the right.
This foundation-funded research project examined some best practices of a housing authority partnership in the Pacific Northwest.
Video interviews were a key component of the project, and a PDF with external video links would have been awkard and confusing. With Report Kitchen, the videos form a seamless part of the reader experience, and the overall report is more engaging too.
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