People who create infographics do their work partly because they believe infographics are a great way to communicate information.
Since the people in this field also need to communicate information about their work, it was inevitable that infographics about infographics would eventually be created. Here are 11 of those meta infographics.
Typography is a crucial component of great designs involving text, so knowing as much as you can about it is an important step to becoming a great designer. This roundup of infographics will help you discover new and interesting things (as well as reinforce and reiterate stuff you already know) about typography.
Click the Go to Source link under each infographic to navigate to the source of the infographic and to see the larger version provided by the creator of the infographic...
Visualisation Aesthetics: Creative ways of visualising food and nutrition data. By: Paola Gulian. On: March 6, 2013. Author bio: Print Friendly · Tweet. About Paola Gulian My name is Paola, 22 years old.
Here are another roughly 6,000 words of design facts, figures, and information contained in an article of only 600 words. In other words, this article is bigger on the inside than it is on the outside.
Alas, it’s still too small to contain all the well-designed infographics about graphic design, web design, photography, freelancing, and, of course, infographic design.
Each thumbnail links to the full-sized graphic on its original Website. For your convenience we’ve made each of those links pop open in a new tab or window. To return here, simply close that tab or window.
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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