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Transcript of Infographics
Senior Program Coordinator
Office of Teacher Education Services
College of Education and Human Development GRAPHIC VISUAL REPRESENTATIONS
KNOWLEDGE WHAT IS AN INFOGRAPHIC ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? develop & communicate concepts using a single symbol to process
labels Designing An Infographic Keep it simple! Don't try to do too much in one picture. Decide on a colour scheme. Research some great facts and statistics. Think of it as a visual essay.
Ensure your arguments hold & are relevant. Draw Conclusions. Reference your facts in the infographic. Include your URL so people can be sure who made it. Tools to use: Ideas for infographics Infographics channel information in a
instantly understandable manner,
making it not only powerful,
but extremely beautiful. Venn Diagrams http://tinyurl.com/77v9eou Timelines http://www.dipity.com/ Flow Flow Charts http://creately.com/ Annotated maps http://visual.ly/ Graphs http://tinyurl.com/8xjbyqp Size Comparisons http://tinyurl.com/3xas8co
Point to keep in mind
Who is going to use your infographic
A good infographic will not confuse you & make you feel like an idiot http://tinyurl.com/y58bvh6 http://tinyurl.com/yk4nfuf