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How to Infographics? - 4 Steps To Follow

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Infographics are becoming increasingly popular as a method for increasing awareness of various issues and increasing the viewers knowledge of differing subjects. You have probably ran across one or more–likely lots more, on your journeys around the internet and in your everyday life. These stimulating graphic and text combinations are eye-catching and a great way to convey information. Their popularity is due to the fact that the information is presented in a way that is memorable and easy for the observer to understand. Thanks to the graphic components, you can spell out for the viewers what you are saying and even show them what you mean. Essentially you use the infographic to illustrate and support your information they contain. So, how to infographics? The following will decode the art of creating a pleasing and successful infographic.

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Identify Your Audience

The first step in creating an infographic that will resonate, is to know who your target is. This will help you in so many ways. Once you have identified your audience, you will be able to identify what information they will find compelling. The information needs to be relevant to their lives and interests in order to catch their attention.

What is your purpose?

The next thing you will need to be able to identify is what the infographics purpose will be. Is it meant to educate, drive change, whatever it’s intent, this factor will help you determine the information and wording of your infographic.

The Written Word

After the first two areas have been addressed you will have a good idea of your targets. When crafting the text for your infographic you will need this information. Who your intended audience is will affect your text because different demographics have different attention spans. This factor will help you identify how many words you have to get your message across. It will also help you identify the language and terminology that will be used. Once you have all that in mind, get to writing.

Bring it all together!

The final step in putting together a stellar infographic is to choose your graphics and layout. Be sure to use graphics that will really help to organize the information and make it easier to understand and process. You may even want to consider at this point making it an animated infographic. The key difference between an animated and standard infographic is that an animated version will use motion to draw attention. When you are on this step you will also want to consider the spatial layout of the infographic. Things should be placed in such a way that the infographic does not look cluttered, but not so far away that it gets overlooked.

Infographics are wonderful tools to reach out to your chosen audience in a way that is easy to understand. If everything lines up and you do happen to create a stunning visual with great information, it just may go viral. Thanks to the shareable qualities of infographics, it is not uncommon for one to travel a long way and have a very broad reach. That’s great news when it comes to generating awareness for an issue, a brand, or a cause.

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Marianne Ross is a freelance writer and an occasional guest-blogger who shares her business related tips on various blogs.

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