Winning infographic and great sites for making infographic

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Christine Zhang

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Canva: Good for laying out infographics and designing a whole bunch of other things (review by PC magazine).

Datavisual makes it easy to create stunning data visualizations. Our intuitive web-based interface offers pre-designed templates that anyone can use while giving design teams the power to rev up workflow and quickly output large volumes of custom data graphics (review by Alleywatch).

Easel.ly is a website that features thousands of free infographic templates and design objects which users can customize to create and share their visual ideas online (review by Adweek).

Infogra.am Create and publish beautiful visualizations of your data. Interactive, responsive and engaging (reviewby MakeUseOf).

Lyra: Lyra is an interactive environment that enables custom visualization design without writing any code (reviewby Chris Pudney).

Piktochart: Take your visual communication to the next level, without hiring a professional designer (review by Jason Slater).

Plotly: Create and share charts, datasets, and dashboards online (review by Visually).

Tableau Public is a free service that lets anyone publish interactive maps and charts to the web (using spreadsheet data). Once on the web, anyone can interact with the data, download it, or create their own visualizations of it. No programming skills are required. (Review by TrustRadius).

Visme is a simple tool to translate your ideas into engaging content in the form of infographics (other things listed) in order to tell better stories and translate boring data into beautiful visual content right in your browser (review by EdShelf).

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3 responses to “Winning infographic and great sites for making infographic”

  1. Christine Zhang says:

    You can open image in a new tab to see the details.

  2. Caroline says:

    The Farmers Weekly journalists often use Piktochart for their online graphics – it’s very easy to use but does need some good graphic elements and type to make it effective. Here’s an example:
    http://www.fwi.co.uk/arable/harvest-2015-figures-reveal-18-year-high-for-barley.htm

  3. Damion Damion says:

    Really useful info

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