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Infographic

Ethics
Never reproduce someone elses
graphic without permission. Credit your sources. Only use facts and
information from credible sources.

Tips to create an
infographic

Multimedia
infographics

1. Infographics can be eloctronic as


well.
2. The porpuse of having an
electronic infographic is to give the
audience a 3D perspective of the design.

Include maps, pie charts, data


visualozation. These will help
to draw the attention of your
audience.

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SOURCES
Hagen, R., & Golombisky, K. (2013). White
space is not your enemy: A beginner's guide to
communicating visually throug graphic, web and
multimedia design. Focal Press.
www.bethkanter.org
www.edudemic.com
inspiredm.com

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Infographics
*Present information graphically.

Parts of an
infographic

When creating
infographics
*Research topic:

*Can tell a deeper story better


than text.

Understand material you are attempting


to illustrate.

*Easier and faster to wrap

*Organize and
Structure:
It will help your reader understand the
flow of the graphic.

*Group things:
Be sure to cluster related items, and leave
ample negative space between items to
prevent confusion.

*Choose a compatible design:


Create a style guide in order to maintain
similarity and unity.
Give credit where credit is do:

Might need an
infographic if...
*An infographic can be used as a fast
way of communication.
*A verbal or written acount is too complicated or tedious for comprehension.
*Audience can not hear or read well.

*Head Line:
Line:make it big, bold, clear
and pithy.
*Explainer:this block of text explains
*Explainer:
what the whole graphic is about
*Byline:Give credit to the info*Byline:
graphic artist.
Source Line iidentifies the origin of
your data

Cite. This goes for the source of your


data and the source of any photos or
illustrations you use.

*Minimize ornamentation
Cutesy backgrounds and other embellishments can detract from your message.
Keep writing tight:
If possible, explain your subject and purpose in six words or less.