Abraham Lincoln’s Favorite Infographic and the 5 Qualities of the Most Memorable Images

by Christine Landry
How much more memorable are visuals compared to text? One oft-referenced answer is that people remember visuals 6 times better than text—an answer referenced in Buffer’s article on the anatomy of a perfect blog post and an answer that led to a lot of great discussion. After reviewing the original research, it’s clear that pictures are more memorable than words.Read the full article

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