The infograph is clear in what it wants to inform the viewers (how to choose a headpiece for the wedding). There isn't much data; the graphic is mostly based on the opinion of the creator on what is fashionable. This may cause problems as not all fashion tastes are the same and the viewer may have a different opinion that isnt even offered on the graphic. The writing is clear and is to read and the color scheme is feminine which is befitting for the topic. There isn't much crowding and the arrows are clear and easy to follow. This all adds to the aesthetic of the infograph.
The following is a nice step-by-step infographic on how to tie a bow tie via the gentlemen at Brier & Moss.
Rama shoukfeh's insight:
Type: Useful Bait
This infograph is very straightforward. The topic being presented is how to tie a tie and that is the only thing presented on the graphic. The steps/pictures are clear and easily understandable. The colors however are a little bland and not very eye catching. otherwise the graphic would be very useful if printed out and hung in a tie store. the simplicity would encourage people to try out the bowties.
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