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Infographic: 14 Principles Of Using Text In Design

Infographic: 14 Principles Of Using Text In Design | visual data | Scoop.it

Logo design company Designmantic has put together 14 principles of using text in design. 
Titled ‘Touchstones To Get The Text Right’, the guidelines include paying attention to font size and creating an ideal line length...

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Marco Favero's curator insight, April 16, 4:04 PM

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Creating Engaging & Sharable Graphics

Creating Engaging & Sharable Graphics | visual data | Scoop.it

When it comes to creating graphics for visual social networks, there are a few key ideas you should keep in mind to increase your reach and engagement. Your audience wants to be educated. They want to be inspired.


Of course, depending on the network in which you are promoting your content, the visual itself may be the entire piece of content, thus making it equally as important as the content it contains. 

This is largely the case when it comes to social networks like Instagram, Pinterest and Vine. While all three allow for the option to link to more information in the comments, caption or description sections, the visual is the content for all intents and purposes since you can’t depend on someone clicking for more information.

When it comes to creating graphics for visual social networks, there are a few key ideas you should keep in mind to increase your reach...

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Louise Robinson-Lay's curator insight, March 12, 2013 3:41 AM

Some great tips to keep in mind when creating graphics.

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5 Infographic Design Tips

5 Infographic Design Tips | visual data | Scoop.it
Infographics, short for 'informational graphics', are used to create informative documents from gathered information and collected data sets.
Historically, pictograms or pictographs are some of the earliest forms of conveying an idea or meaning through the use of pictures and were used by ancient humans on cave walls and rock faces as a form of story telling. More recently, we started to create more visually appealing stories from boring or over-complicated data, and gave it a new name.
Visit the article link for five guidelines for creating effective infographics...
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