Photo infographic, a highly difficult way to present your information. This includes finding a good high quality photograph and being able to produce it in a good and clean way.
The strength of this infographic, is that it does do a good job with design layout, as well as the colors, as they correspond to the team colors as shown.
A weakness of this infographic, is that of the graphs are confusing to me, at first glance. It was hard to see where the variables lined up, but nonetheless, I was able to read it after a short period of time.
Heyyyyy! Lookie here! I caught one with my "Useful Bait" infograph! These are things you'd see most likely printed out. Easily usable with a straightforward design.
The strengths of this particular infograph would be the simplicity of the design, and as well as its relativity to the topic; not distracting. The graphics of it are also a bit clever, showing relativity to the topic.
A weakness of this infograph would be the multiple colors as it may be confusing to a different individual.
3:27 PM found a pretty dang good timeline infographic
Timelines. A path through the history of a certain topic. Highly easy to follow, because well, there's only one path! This timeline shows the history of Christianity.
The strength of this timeline infographic, is the color scheme. It has few basic colors and they don't go over board on color. Since the human only takes in about a fraction of the visual data that is presented, it is nice to not be confused by the color.
The weakness of this infograph, is the design of it. At a first glance, it is hard to tell if this is a timeline or not, even though it may say it in the title, it is hard to see it. All of the data surrounding it distracts from the main purpose, the time line.
Flowcharts. Made to answer a certain question that fascinates a certain party. The plus being the added humor, and it is an exceptionally easy design. Some may feel as if they're being narrowed down to only one option, and as well the fact that it is not a suggestible idea to base significant life choices on it neither.
The strength of this flowchart is quite simple. The simplicity of it! As well as the high content of humor, well, humorous to several.
The weakness is, is that it is a narrow categorization, as well as how there isn't much to categorize by.
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Yes, this is a V.S. Infographic. Information present is generally relevant to topics that are debated, such as online classrooms compared to traditional learning.
Fighting in the red corner is this infograph! Its strengths at the moment is the credibility of its sources, and how it incorporates a little humor in it. I happen to be building on its humor. The design layout is also efficient giving certain comparisons.
The weaknesses of this monster of an infograph is how it doesnt include numbers. Numbers would convince the onlooker easier if it had the use of numbers involved to show statistics and well as more credibility.
What would you do in just a 30 seconds of time?! Not much as what can be done on the web in the same period of time, 30 SECONDS! wow. In fact it will take you more than just a 30 seconds to read this post or to read the information provided on this scary infographic. while you’re reading or maybe while you’re blinking there are tons of data and information are being shared, posted and bookmarked on the world wide web!
This type of infographic is Data Visualization. Data Visualizations are supposed to be beautiful and highly creative in design. Such of a design is usually destined for greatness and can garner plenty of viewers.
The strengths of this infographic is that it tells a straight forward story. What happens on the web in 30 seconds? It shows the top sites in use at the moment as well as puts it around a intricate circle design that represents half of the globe and half of a stopwatch.
The weaknesses of this infographic would be that it is primarily all graph and data. Yes, there are words, but how the words are placed on there would be the problem.
Choosing the visual article type of infograph, it is able to show plenty of things, such as traits of a highly effective mindset, or other types of data; however a downside of this type of info graph, the information on it needs to be somewhat relevant to the topic, and the info should be varied, and should at least interesting to the reader.
The strengths of this visual article type of infograph is that the color is nice and consistent, there are also little designs that correspond to the traits.
The weaknesses of this visual article is that is the layout design of it. It may benefit if it were numbered. Even though the design was good, it can be highly improved to include a different type of visual representation other than the little designs on it.
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