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The Anatomy of a Great Infographic
Infographics (data visualization) visually represent data, information, knowledge, and arguments. Infographics tell complex stories by combining a variety of charts, graphs, timelines, and other tools known as assets. They exploit elements of design to synthesize large amounts of information, to point to connections and patterns, using visual strategies that make it easy for the viewer to digest and understand.
¬ easiest to use
¬ more data and information based
¬ includes country maps
¬ many templates
¬ lots of objects
¬ can nudge images
¬ many templates but a bit finicky
¬ includes graph tool
¬ lots of color choices
¬ most visual options
¬ fast to use
¬ lots of free cute templates and icons
¬ lots of background options
What is Data Visualization?
Canva: How to Create an Infographic Tutorial
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