Create Successful Data-driven Infographics Effortlessly
Why Create Data-driven Infographics
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In the fast-paced and competitive society, there is continued need to communicate a point quickly through visual content that is accompanied by minimal writing, therefore, Infographics have become a permanent part of the communications toolkit.
Infographics usually transform data into beautiful stories and offer deep insights to analyze and explore. During presentation, an infographic can effectively attract and educate your audience. It conveys your message in a visually pleasing way that sticks in your audience's mind.
How to Create Data-driven Infographics
You can rely on diagramming program to draw successful data-driven Infographics with premade shapes. In this way, no drawing is required so that everyone can design Infographics effortlessly. Edraw is exactly such a solution. See the simple steps to make data-driven Infographics in Edraw.
Start from the Exact Example
Edraw has elaborately designed some ready-to-use data-driven Infographics as examples. You can take them as reference or download them for immediate use. If the style and format are exactly what you want, just make some minor modifications to the data value. Double click the number and alter it. The shape will change itself automatically. Check out one example created by Edraw.
Start from a Blank Template
If you need a totally personalized Infographic, just start from a blank template. Follow the instructions below.
- Start Edraw.
- On start page, click Chart in Available Templates list, and then double click a template such as Bar. The charting libraries panel and a blank canvas open.
- Drag a blank template onto the drawing page.
- Rest the cursor over the shape and use the floating action button to edit the shape.
- Double click the label to change content.
Data-driven Infographics Examples
Example 1 - Wedding Cost
To make your presentation attractive, you need some nice charts to visualize the tedious information. This chart is ready to use in vector format for you own designs.
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Example 2 - E-book Market Trends
Example 3 - City Competitiveness
To visualize and deliver information more convincingly, combine several kinds of charts and graphs. Just like this example, it showcases the city competitiveness from different perspectives.
Such infographics can deliver data-driven information in an easily understandable way.
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Tips for Making Data-driven Infographics
Here are 4 tips for creating a successful infographic.
1. Select Suitable Chart Types
Decide which type of infographic will best meet your communication goals. See how to choose suitable charts for your purpose.
2. Prune Data
Instead of showing all statistics you have got, tell the audience what is important.
3. Include Visuals, Content and Knowledge
Visuals, content and knowledge are 3 basic features of Infographics. These features together will make Infographics valuable.
4. Layout All Elements Properly
Align the shapes well. Leave some space to ensure readability. Avoid adding too much information into one slide, which will make the slide looks cramped.
The above diagrams are all created by Edraw, an all-in-one infographics tool with predefined symbols. Edraw offers you a variety of diagram makers, and provides diagram examples and libraries of ready-made templates and shapes for quick and simple creation of professional-quality diagrams. All templates and examples are editable, printable and for free download. It also supports export of vector graphic multipage documents into multiple file formats: vector graphics (SVG, EMF, EPS), bitmap graphics (PNG, JPEG, GIF, BMP, TIFF), web documents (HTML, PDF), PowerPoint presentations (PPT), and Adobe Flash (SWF).