Infographics are a great way to present data in a visually appealing way. They help simplify complex information. They can condense information into a short, brief overview. They can illustrate a process, explain hierarchies, engage audiences and so much more. In a nutshell, infographics help people understand data better.
The first step to creating an effective infographic is to choose the purpose of the infographic. If you don’t know what you want to accomplish with the graphic, the graphic will accomplish nothing. Each infographic you create will have its own purpose such as to:
- Solve a problem the reader has, or one you have, that others may have.
- Offer a new perspective or challenge a popular opinion.
- Share results of surveys, research or case studies.
- Raise awareness.
- Simplify complex information or a complicated concept
- Help consumers make informed decisions
- Illustrate how something works
- Share a timeline of important information or facts
- Compare information.
- Share information about your company such as jobs available, case studies, facts and stats.
I’ve made it super easy for you to create your own infographics with this template pack.
Here’s what you get:
- Insider’s Guide with tips, instructions, and creative ideas on how to use these templates to simplify complex information and present data in a visually appealing way.
- 10 Templates – Each template will be in three formats:
- PDF (so you can see what the image currently looks like)
- PSD (edited in Adobe Photoshop)
- PPT (edited in Microsoft PowerPoint)
- Content Brainstorming Worksheet
- Topic Ideas Worksheet
As you can see, everything included in the Infographic Templates will help you provide valuable resources to your audience so they continue to get great results.
NOTE: You don’t need Photoshop in Order to Use These Templates
To add text to the images, you can use your image editing software, upload to Canva and edit there, or use an online program such as Pixlr. You also don’t need Photoshop to edit the PSD files – programs such as Gimp, Photopea, and Artweaver are perfect for easy edits. Click here to read more about Best Ways to Open and Edit PSD files Without Photoshop.