Infographics are a way of visualizing data or telling your visually. Creating good infographics takes time, good design skills and an understanding of your data. I don't usually create full infographics, but I can often glean new, interesting ways to present data from exploring infographics. There are all kinds of creative ways Extension educators could incorporate infographics in their work. I think a county/parish level infographic detailing the scope of county programs/services might have more impact than our traditional "impact" sheets.
This amazing list comes from Chris McConnell at Daily Tekk. Take a few minutes to explore some of the resources here and challenge yourself to include more visually appealing data in your reports to stakeholders.