Sorting through facts and figures can be daunting. Numbers and bullet points have no lasting effect on the visual learner.
Lucky for the visual consumer, infographics can present data in a form that makes sense and tells a story. For many, staring at spreadsheets only loses focus and provides little emotional attachment to the data. However, the blend of storytelling, design and insight with your spreadsheet data helps to communicate more effectively.
To make an inforgraphic, it’s important to be skilled in “data visualization, sense-making, and information design.”
For more about creating infographics from Beth’s Blog, follow the link below.
5 Infographics About Infographics To Master Basics in Five Minutes [Beth’s Blog]