Infographic Design

  • 16 Types of Infographic Layouts to Inspire You!

    … their infographics. Some are pretty much a bunch of stats puked into a beautiful chart or two. While that technically may be an infographic, I don’t think it’s worth sharing so we don’t. Other infographic resources produce consistent, comprehensive infographics that do an amazing job at communicating their purpose. Brian Downard is one of those resources and we…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 18 readers -
  • Why Your Infographic is Ruining Your Business

    … make it difficult to read. When it comes to visual content, people want to know everything in a matter of seconds. If they have to scroll and scroll in order to see everything, chances are they will click away. Make it Relevant to Readers, Not You Too many people want to create infographics that “they” like. The problem is that you want them…

    Relevance- 15 readers -
  • Why You Should Invest in Infographics Immediately

    … with search engines. Partnering with a great infographic agency is absolutely key to your success. A properly executed infographic requires research, story development, design, a call-to-action, and promotion to fully realize its potential. An infographic that’s well done can provide months or even years of highly relevant traffic to your site. Make…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 10 readers -
  • 5 Requirements for a Shareworthy Infographic

    … a logical flow from section to section. Do not use too many colors. (To understand more about colors, read this post by Neil Patel on color Psychology.) Choose the right size for your infographic. 5. Shareability You didn’t put all the time and effort into research and design of your infographic, just to have it sit idle on a webpage, did you? Of course…

    Relevancein Content- 16 readers -
  • Infographics: Everything You Need to Know

    … maximize the benefits of infographic marketing, this guide is for you. The most common model of infographic marketing is this: Research. Create. Embed. Hope. Most people find the data, hand all of the results to a designer, embed the finished product in their site and hope others will pick it up and share it with their audiences. People seek out…

    Marcela De Vivo/ Social Media Examinerin Social Google- 27 readers -
  • How to Create an Infographic That Boosts Social Shares and Leads

    … could also use Google Slides, Gliffy and Creatly. Both Gliffy and Creatly have free trial versions, and Creatly also has a library of the “people silhouettes” that have become a staple in many infographics. Sketch or wireframe your infographic first. You can refine your data points and design elements later. As you begin wireframing, think…

    Social Media Examiner- 12 readers -
  • Visme: Bring Visuals to Life

    … In open beta for just over a year, Visme is based on HTML5, which means all content works well on mobile devices too. The developers say it is “so easy your grandmother could use it,” while having enough depth for experienced designers. I consider my skill level somewhere between the two and took the tool for a spin. Before getting started, I…

    Sharon Hurley Hall/ The Daily Eggin Social Content- 26 readers -
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