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Parts of an Infograph

Parts of an Infograph

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Tutorial

What is the purpose of an infograph?

  • convey a message or an idea
  • present large amounts of information in a compact and easy to understand way
  • reveal the data, discover cause-effect relations, and identify relationships among data

Parts of an Infograph

All infographs will contain more than one of these items to help convey their message:

  • text
  • images
  • maps
  • data

What makes a great infograph?

  • Focused data
  • Clear design
  • Shareable

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A Better Infograph

 

Infograph #1

 

What information is this infograph giving us?

What percent of 0-8 year olds use a mobile device everyday?

How did they get this information?

Design:

What are the strong parts of this infograph?

What are the weak parts?

 

Infograph #2

What is the title of this infograph? What information is it giving us?

Where should you put you alarm clock? Why?

What are the strong parts of this infograph? Weak?

Audience?