Today we continue to work on infographics. Here’s the thing, though: Make a map, an outline, a sketch of what you want your graphic to say. Forget about charts and pie graphs and all that chaff for a moment. That stuff is, say it with me now: Borrrrrring! Well, at least it’s boring when not put in a proper context. Look at these zippy examples:
Take 15 minutes to make a plan.
Then we will go to the computer lab and work on our infographics. Remember to consider Contrast, Alignment, Repetition, and Proximity.