10 things you should know before you start your infographic

10 things to know before you create an infographic

Knowing exactly what you want in an infographic before you contact a designer will help you get a quote rather than an estimate, and it will help maximize the efficiency of your project as a whole. Here are 10 things you should know before you start your infographic project.

If you can't say it, illustrate it!

illustration - if it's hard to say it, illustrate it

Strong visuals can reinforce your business and marketing goals as well as support your sales and training objectives. Made-for-you, custom images can express exactly what you are thinking - they are great motivators that set a tone, create a mood, match your brand, clarify your details, tell a story and they create interest while visually stimulating your customers.

Add more senses to your infographic

Add senses to your infographic - Video infographic

A static infographic is a great way to visually explain a subject, but what if it could be taken to an even more sensuous level - eliminating the need to scroll, to zoom or to click? What if you could add motion, animation, music and sound effects to stimulate the senses? You can, it's called a "video infographic".

Get even more out of your infographic!

repurposing infographic content

Over the last decade visual content on-and-off the internet has increased at a phenomenal rate - it's everywhere! If you're like many business owners competing for customers over the internet, then you know the more places you are seen, the better your chances of increasing your revenue stream.

Infographics - Thousands of years in evolution


Whether there's a unique process that makes your products special, or a complex procedure that’s difficult to explain. Infographics ease the need to put it into words and makes it simple for the customer to understand. Not only that but, an infographic can open up a whole new world of content exposure that helps you rank your website better online.