In this chapter, the authors report results from interviewing more than a dozen people across three main fields: design firms, media, and nonprofits and nongovernmental organizations. Media organizations use data-driven visualizations to illustrate their findings in a variety of ways across multiple platforms. Overall, telling data-driven stories remains a function of an organization's mission and audience. Whether an organization is rooted in design, telling stories, or data analysis, each needs each piece to effectively communicate their work and analysis to their audience. Over the past decade, the authors observe the rise of a new kind of design studio that applies the theories and practices of the field of information visualization to the space of consumer products and services. The design studios we interviewed apply a broad spectrum of tools to produce and coordinate their work. Across the selection of companies, the overlap between the most popular tools is significant with only a few exceptions of tools only used by individuals.