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How to design an infographic in 9 simple steps

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I will not tell you exactly how to design an infographic, but I will rather share with you the 9 important points you should be taking into account when it comes to this visual content.

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How to design an infographic in 9 simple steps

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  2. I will not tell you exactly how to design an infogralohic, but I will rather share with you the important points you should be taking into account when it comes to this visual content.
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  5. 1. Process your data
  6. After you’ve written them down you should ask yourself “What can we understand from this data? ”
  7. 2. Choose the wirefrarne
  8. An infograiohic is like visually telling a story!
  9. After a close study of nearly 15 infographics I realized that Quicl<s| orout’s mostly uses the same simple but useful wireframe. Q QUICKSPROUT
  10. Begin with a catchy title (something quite sharable, maybe one that can also be used as a blog post headline)
  11. Start from the hypothesis of the subject by asking questions like: “Why is . ... important? ” or “Why bother or “How much is
  12. Present sexy facts about the subject Show the importance of the subject!
  13. Tips & Tricks Here you should expand the infographic depending on the subject
  14. Examples of situations
  15. The conclusions You have drawn and sometimes even a CAT (call—to—action)
  16. Your brand Insert your logo or your website
  17. Resources Be very carefully with where you get that data. Who is your source’? Can it be trusted or not?
  18. 3.Choosethe tone of your infographic design
  19. . H Q W/ ’t‘ watch the tone of the design because it’s not just about the visual part, it’s also about the way you’re using the information from your infographic.
  20. 4. Spacing between dates and graphics A
  21. ‘ Q " + Spacing helps the reader process the information from the visual
  22. 5. Pay attention to the details
  23. 6. Now you deserve a break BREAK
  24. 7. Resume Work Eel
  25. Nobody said a infographic must be finished in 2, 3 or 8 hours. The important thing is for it to be great in the end!
  26. 8. Talk to someone with an eye for constructive criticism
  27. iiiimi 9. Do an overhaul of the infographic
  28. So that’s the practical part of designing an infographic. I only hope that my information was useful and you’ve already started working.
  29. Robert Katai Chief Evangelist @Bannersnack (a| I—in—one banner design and advertising app) @katairobi www. robertkatai. com

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