Infographics are awesome, simply because they can capture and hold our attention so well – if done right. The best part is, there are so many great examples out there that we can draw inspiration from. Here are 24 infographic ideas that you can use to create your next beautiful creation.
If you want to create infographics with the potential to send 60,000 plus qualified visitors to your site every year, you’ll want to read this post from start to finish. Neil Patel will walk you through everything that you need to know for success.
How one company used infographics to increase their signups, traffic & revenue by 400% (& how you can too)
Hubspot identified every infographic with more than 5,000 shares across some major social media platforms — Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+ — and analyzed them for different characteristics. Those were things like word count, size, colors used, format, and topic.
Introducing infographics into your Instagram marketing campaigns will attract more viewers and set you apart from other companies.
In this article you’ll find five ways to create infographics for Instagram.
Want to use easy Infographic Template Tools to create stunning infographics… but don’t know where to start? Infographics are a proven way to attract attention and traffic to your website over many years.
In this post Donna Moritz shares 4 Infographic Template Tools for creating infographics easily and quickly… even if you are not a designer.
Infographics are such a fun and effective visual way to display information. We at Buffer have certainly used them quite a few times to share information. Buffer researched and testedout a handful of different infographic makers, and shared their favourite tools to easily create beautiful infographics.
One of the most important, but least considered parts of designing an infographic is typography. After all, picking the right fonts is exceptionally hard. Besides the fact that there are thousands of options, finding the “right” font is actually really subjective. Different designers have different fonts tastes, and any designer could any number of fonts in their designs.
Getting good at choosing the fonts for your designs is difficult, but here are a few guidelines to get you started.