Freelance Infographic Designer, London. If your company needs an Infographic designed, I can design and create it in multiple formats (can even animate if needed). I love infographics and have seen many infographics and have ideas I’d like to try and different ways to experiment with displaying information. From studying Graphic and Information design, I have a passion for typography and playing with how information can be displayed. The infographic can then be printed, used in a powerpoint presentation, optimised for your website, or animated with music for more impact.
If you want to send a brief, please send here: Infographics production
Also, take a look at my Pinterest board, i’ve pinned some amazing global infographics which will inspire you.
Get in touch if you need a Freelance Infographic Designer, London.
Here’s some facts about infographics taken from the web.
The infographic is one of the most compelling pieces of content you can create. It provides a vibrant alternative to standard text-based content and gives you a vehicle to more effectively convey information. Not only are infographics a nice break from general forms of content, but the infographic is one of the most successful at entertaining, engaging, informing and persuading audiences.
9 Reasons to use infographics in marketing
Source: web marketing group
1. Compelling and Attractive
There is one thing that I have discovered while blogging is that people love facts, figures and statistics. Add some compelling images and graphics and …”voila“, you have addictive content!
2. Easily Scanned and Viewed
Human beings are highly visual and because 90% of of the information that comes to the brain is visual you need to tap into that “optic nerve”
3. Viral Capabilties
Due to infographics attractiveness the capacity for them to be shared on social networks and become viral is much higher than ordinary text content.
4. Portable (Embeddable)
When designing, developing and publishing an infographic the code to put it on a WordPress blog or website is provided as an embed code. This then creates an automatic link from their site to yours.
5. Worldwide Coverage
In a world where online publishing is now visible globally at the push of a button, infographics can provide global coverage that local print media could never do.
6. Brand Awareness
Creating an infographic that is embedded with your logo and brand displayed is a powerful means of creating a greater “Brand Awareness”
7. Increases Traffic
An infographic that is linked and compelling by its nature will drive traffic to your website band blog as people “share” and “click”
8. Benefits Search Engine Optimisation
The viral nature of the infographic medium makes people link to your site and Google will index your website higher due to Google’s “Page Rank” algorithm. This increases the importance that search engines pace on your site.
9. Shows an Expert understanding of a Subject
The research required to create an infographic will display your knowledge and position you as an expert on your category or topic.
The challenge with infographics is creating them.
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