Have YOU ever wanted to create an infographic? Infographics are visually attractive and informative. They are easy and fun to create. You can build one with PowerPoint. Today’s post covers how to easily create great infographics.
We have posted many times using infographics. These are examples. Getting People to Spend More Time on Your Web Page. SEO FAQs: An Infographic with 16 Tips. How to Do Better with Online Marketing Content. Note: About 325 of our 1,700 posts to date include infographics.
Overview: Easily Create Great Infographics
These are good sources to learn about infographic creation:
- 12 Infographic Tips You Wish You Knew
- Create Stunning Infographics in 30 Minutes or Less
- 7 Principles to Creating Great Infographics
And look at this advice. How to Create an Awesome Infographic Resume.
Simple Tools to Easily Create Great Infographics
In addition to the above, there are many tools to simply create infographics.
Jillian Petrova (on jeffbullas.com) discusses “20 Cool Tools for Creating Infographics.”
“Readers want quick access to brief information. Web site visitors love infographics. They are a popular form of digital marketing. Why? We receive 5 times more information than in 1986. And 80% of us are more apt to read anything with colors. Infographics are great with colors. 45% more users click a link if it features an infographic.”
“What if you, the infographic maker, are short on time. And you want to create infographics? Forget Photoshop and other time-consuming tools. Create infographics with tools online.”
These are 5 “cool tools” from Petrova. To see all 20, click the image below.
- “Visme lets you create interactive presentations, infographics, and more. It has a library of templates, shapes, and objects. It’s ‘specially priced’ for teachers and students.”
- “Easel.ly helps you compose an image in a few clicks. First, pick a template. Then, add shapes, backgrounds, and text to personalize it. The basic version is free.”
- “Visualize.me focuses on ‘infographic resumes.’ Yet, designs are not limited to that purpose. You select from many themes, pictograms, and more.” As the site notes, “create your infographic resume for free.”
- “PiktoChart let’s non-designers create infographics in as few as 10 minutes. It has 400+ customizable themes with images, graphs, and colors.” You can start for free.
- “Canva trains designers and non-designers to devise creative stuff. After a tutorial, you create your project. It can be a presentation, Facebook cover photo, or infographic.” Canva is free.