Information can be useful--and even beautiful--but only when it’s presented well. In an age of information overload, any guidance through the clutter comes as a welcome relief. That’s one reason for the recent popularity of information graphics. Infographics are visual designs that help to explain complicated data in a simple way. - Steps To Designing An Amazing Infographic
Designing an infographic is not the same as designing a website, flier, brochure, etc. Even some of the best designers, with portfolios that would make you drool, cannot execute an effective infographic design. Creating infographics is a challenge and requires a mindset that does not come naturally to everyone. But that mindset can be gained through practice and by sticking to certain standards, the most important of which is to respect and understand data viz. - The Do’s And Don’ts Of Infographic Design
Infographic design process: - Infographic Design
- Flow. We’re not talking about a chart of numbers. There should be some thinking behind the way your data is presented so that the viewer is walked through a story.
- Colors. Infographics first need to catch the eye before they can be read.
- Data. Infographics need precise data and good analysis. That’s why there’s a code of ethics about infographics.
- Sources. Infographics aren’t pretty pictures that spice up a brochure. They present information, and that information needs to be sourced.
- Words. Don’t forget that infographic design is a mix of writing and graphic design. Make your case concisely and clearly.
Here we presenting Clean and Modern Infographic. It includes lots of elements. Below are the main elements: Bootstrap Grid, Different Kind of Graphs, Pie Charts, Google Web Fonts (Raleway), Font Awesome Icons.
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