A picture speaks a thousand words. Our top infographics of the day will speak a million! 😛
Well we took this age old saying quite literally and are up with a beautiful infographics post just for our readers. Enough of only blogging and reviews. We are a multi niche site and will focus on each and everything that our reader may want to read! So we bring to you the top infographics of the day.
For those who do not know what an Infographic is : “An Infographic is an image which has graphics and statistics and analysis regarding a specific subject.”
It is often done in a very artistic and unique way so that people can understand the gist of the topic delivered in an easy manner.
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So by now you are pretty dazed scrolling down and down and down. Don’t be tired yet! 😀
We will also tell you how you can get started and start building your own awesome infographics with these free and awesome tools available online!
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1.) The Champ – Infogr.am
Infogram comes with everything and anything a user may need to create their own first awesome infographic. Very useful if you need to make a presentation, or need to take a descriptive stand in front of your colleagues regarding a topic. The free version is pretty good and gets the job done. But with the pro version you can soar like a rocket with amazing designs and graphics.
Piktochart comes with already predefined templates and is very easy to use. It’s user friendly nature and drag and drop design makes it a rather good choice for creating your first infographic. The free editor is not that extensive but for 29$ a month this service is pretty good. The latest iteration comes with search engine optimized images.
Infoactive has a mobile friendly service. It has a live data feature and interactiveness to make your Infographics stand out! The simplicity and ability to create dynamic infographics are its plus points.
Easel.ly is currently in it’s beta. It has a theme based, WYSIWYG drag and drop based method for creating infographics, But it has only 10 visual themes, which is a serious let down.
5.) Many Eyes V2.
Many eyes V2 comes with 11 different methods to customize your data. You can use word clouds, heat maps, trees, pie charts and lots more with the themes. The output provided by this service can’t be exactly called as an infographic. But is a great add-on to add some spice to your existing infographics made using other services!
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Infographics look attractive, are fun to see, and if you have an idea then it feels awesome to make your own infographic.
The infographics were collected by us from random pages, we would like to credit Google Image search and all the respective owners for their awesome work.
Image Courtesy : Flickr, Google Images, Shutterstock.
Tags : Infographics , social media, images.
This post was last modified on April 14, 2019 7:58 pm
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