Welcome To Infographic Website
We curate the best infographic and data visualization examples and put them all in one easy to navigate place. Whether you're looking for ideas, or just regular posters, take a look around our website.
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How to Use Infographics to Get Leads From Your Website
How Do You Make an Infographic Effective?
What Makes a Good Infographic – Three Main Tips
Using Infographics to Increase Traffic to Your Website
How To Research An Infographic – Quick Guide
How To Make An Infographic In An Hour Or Less
How It Works
You Submit Infographics
Submit Your infographics via our simple form. Make sure you include accurate information to help us approve it!
We Review Your Submission
We go through every submission manually to ensure that image quality, and the content provided is suitable.
We Share It!
Congratulations! Your submission is now viewable by our visitors, and you get a link back to the original.
What makes a good infographic?
The best infographics normally are designed by a professional graphic designer. They also tend to shed light on a certain subject in a lot of detail, with well researched statistics and facts.
Do we create infographics?
Yes we do! You can view our services and place your order through our “Buy Infographics” page.
How do we help infographic posters?
People who create infographics can use our site as a promotional tool for their content and their business. There are many sites like Infographic Website, but our goal is to be the easiest to use.
You can browse our gallery to see some of the best infographics around.
How do we help users?
We want all submissions to be easy to find for our visitors. If you’re looking for new pieces, perhaps to compliment your blog post, our goal is to help you find exactly what you’re looking for in our directory through categorization, tags and our search system.
Our infographic directory was created with the idea of making it easier to find and share posts for everyone.
Where do we share infographics?
We share submissions on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and occasionally Instagram. Our website is also syndicated by various other services. You can be sure that when we share an infographic, it’s going to spread across the web through multiple channels.
What is the best software to make infographics?
We would recommend professionally designing infographics with the tools in Adobe Suite. Primarily, you would want to use Illustrator to create any illustrations and to structure your work, and you can use Photoshop to edit any images you’d like to include.
There are websites that allow you to create infographics, but we wouldn’t consider these to be “software”.
How do I make a simple infographic?
Using a website like Canva can make it really quick and easy to put together simple infographics. The free tier provides plenty of options for text, shapes, icons and images. You can upgrade to the Pro option if you want access to even more options, and a few other upgrades such as the ability to export .png files with transparent backgrounds.
What are the three main parts of an infographic?
The three main parts of an infographic are:
- The topic
- The research
- The design
How do you make an infographic effective?
Here are some tips to help you create effective infographics:
- Have a solid topic first. Knowing what point you want to prove, or information you want to provide, is key before starting. It’ll make everything much easier to put together.
- Do in depth research. Take some time to really dig deep into your research and make sure your points are valid.
- Pick only the best points from your research. Although you may have a hundred different statistics, 10-20 points are more than enough. Make sure every point is relevant to your topic.
- Try to tell a story. Every infographic should have a beginning, a middle and an end. Start your infographic by explaining the topic and why it matters. Then provide more information and demonstrate your key points. End your information with a conclusion.
- Use simple visuals to help people understand the numbers. Not everyone is mathematically inclined, and infographics serve the purpose of visually representing data.
- Promote your infographic. Using a free submission website like ours will help get more exposure for your findings.
- Make sure it’s high quality/resolution. Infographics are normally quite large, and when uploaded online they’ll get compressed and often shown in a relatively small area of a page. Bear this is mind when designing your infographic to make sure all text is easy to read.
- Make sure the title is nice and large. For the same reason as above, most people will see a thumbnail of your infographic before seeing the full thing. If you have a nice, large, easy to read title, it’s much more likely people will click yours as opposed to others on the same topic.