by Amy Nichols
Infographics have increased immensely in popularity over recent years, with more and more businesses taking advantage of the benefits.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and with 65% of the population being described as visual learners (according to the Social Science Research network) it seems like a no brainer to tap into this visual media to present your information.
An infographic combines colourful, eye-catching illustrations and informative text in bite-size chunks, making the information quick and easy to digest – especially important for those reading information online.
The benefits of using an infographic:
What can infographics be used for?
There are many reasons to choose an infographic, but here are a few examples of information which could benefit from being displayed visually.
While it can be exciting to create an interesting visual, it can be easily overdone. Follow these rules for a successful infographic:
Here at Narrative, we have created engaging infographics for a range of clients, including:
And here’s one we made for our first birthday as Narrative.
Would you like support with your infographics? Contact us today.
This post was created on 6th December 2017