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Infographics presentation for clients

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This presentation does a great job of explaining more about infographics, the history of infographics, and examples of why using an infographic might be preferable to using verbiage.

This presentation does a great job of explaining more about infographics, the history of infographics, and examples of why using an infographic might be preferable to using verbiage.

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  • 1. Infographics
  • 2. What is anInfographic? Infographics are visual representations of information, data or knowledge that present complex information quickly and clearly. They’re also called “Data Visualizations.”
  • 3. How did Infographicscome about? Originally, from cave paintings. But more recently, USA Today made the infographic popular by giving readers a new way to view information. And even more recently, people have realized that no one reads anything any more. We’re visual, and we want our information spoon-fed to us.
  • 4. Early Infographic by Florence Nightingaleabout the causes of mortality during theCrimean War.
  • 5. Infographics can be very complex…
  • 6. …Or relatively simple
  • 7. How might an infographic bepreferable to verbiage? Consider the following that describes the different kinds of coffee…
  • 8. The Different Kinds of CoffeeCoffee is prepared and served in manyways. All coffee starts as espresso,which is a very strong blend of thecoffee bean and a small bit of water. Toget an Espresso Macchiato, you mixsteamed milk with the espresso. AnEspresso con Panna mixes theespresso with whipped cream, while aCaffe Latte mixes espresso withsteamed milk and a little bit of milkfoam…. OR…
  • 9. The Different Kinds of Coffee:
  • 10. Videos: http://visual.ly/about http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xek EXM0Vonc