Tag: infographic design
Good infographics do not come easily. In fact, I see more “bad” infographics come across my desk everyday than good ones. It takes careful planning, a tightly knit team or professionals, great data and superb designers to pull off an infographic that will attract eyeballs time and time again. So here is an infographic on making good infographics, designed by the team at viewtific.
Who doesn’t love a good infographic? Ever try to create one on your own? Unless you’re a Photoshop ninja, it can be a daunting process. This infographic from Liz Lockard Marketing Consulting presents a simple 3-step guide to creating your first infographic – perfect for first-timers whether they have a huge budget or no budget at all.
The following infographic from Kevin Akers design + imagery is list of top ten things everyone should know about the new marketing phenomenon clarifies how to create interesting, noteworthy infographics.
Inbound marketing is one of the best and authoritative forms of marketing strategy online and infographics are a fantastic vehicle to present the information in an interactive form. However, many folks are over doing it poorly. In the following infographic by Neo Mammalian Studios, they present a somewhat sarcastic tribute to all those designers who keep on making low quality data visualizations over and over again.
The following is a very interesting case study Bit Rebels conducted into the ROI (return on investment) for infographics. No doubt, we’ve seen a major increase in infographics over the last year or so. And that increase is either because people are getting more lazy about creating good content (although a lot of work goes into a good infographic) or they are simply great marketing tools. What do you think?
Infographics are all the rage these days. The good news is that more and more businesses are waking up and seeing the benefits that good infographics can have on their marketing efforts as well as branding visibility. Unfortunately, the infographic market has become saturated with, how do I say this… bad infographics.