Infographics are visual or graphical representations of information. While it may take some time to plan and produce your own infographic it can be rewarding to you and your audience to examine your research in a different way. Infographics are visually appealing, provide varied and detailed information, and can be easy to interpret and understand.
In this Libguide, you will be introduced to basic help in designing your own infographic, free and low-cost online tools to make your infographic, and finally, information on printing your masterpiece!
Want to see a variety of examples of infographics?
They are everywhere, just do a search for "infographics" on Google and you'll be flooded with images of all sorts and kinds!
Three parts of an infographic:
Your infographic should be thoroughly researched and the data needs to be backed up by established facts!
Source used: "Infographics: a practical guide for librarians" by Beverly E. Crane, Rowman & Littlefield, 2016.