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  • Are you making an infograph or an infoposters! Infoposters are mostly marketing pieces, they don't contain research, or lead the user to meaningful information. Used abundantly on the web, but not really an infograph.http://spyrestudios.com/the-anatomy-of-an-infographic-5-steps-to-create-a-powerful-visual/
  • Use icons
  • Use color
  • Use Fonts
  • Charts
  • VisualizationThis infographic pulls from a google doc and updates automatically
  • Diagrams
  • Focus on story
  • Stand alone sections
  • Use facts
  • Pulled from feeds on the about.extension.org blog. See if your blog keywords are on topic with your message
  • http://mashable.com/2010/09/10/farmville-vs-real-farms-infographic/
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