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How to Make an Infographic

The history, advantages, challenges and details on how, why and when you should make an infographic.
by

Jen Riehle

on 6 February 2014

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Transcript of How to Make an Infographic

TOOLS
Graph paper, pencils, markers
Creately
(download/web)
Piktochart, Easel.ly, Visual.ly
(web; sharing)
Illustrator, InDesign
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WHAT
NOT
TO DO

HISTORICAL INFOGRAPHICS
TYPES
COMMON USE CASES
Company year-end and corporate reports
Classrooms and textbooks
Humor
Web & TV Advertising
Info on how to make
an Infographic

by Jen Riehle
(with the help of graphics)
Artistic/Personal Expression
Conceptual/Data Comparison
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