10 top infographic design example

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10 Top infographic design example

Infographic designs make data useful as well as Beautiful. Infographic designs are shareable and easily digestible.

Today we all are overloaded with information and infographics come to our rescue with its eye catching designs.  That’s one reason for the recent popularity of information graphics. Infographics are visual designs that help to explain complicated data in a simple way (mental-health emergencies at Burning Man, anyone?). But how are they created? What can we learn from the designer’s process?

Infographic designing process starts with collection of data.  It arrives raw and messy, it can be in any format may be excel, spreadsheet, word document, PDF etc. An expert studies this thoroughly and gets clue to find the story being told. To create meaningful infographic design one needs to understand that Single pieces of information in an ecosystem of research can skew the big picture. Hence reading complete story and regarding facts about it is mandatory.  Designers who make infographics are adept at spotting holes in the data, ensuring that no important information has been missed and makes sure that all dots are connected to the each other which makes unique story.

Every infographic design has unique purpose to achieve most of the time it is to  It might be clarifying a complex set of data, explaining a process, highlighting a trend, or supporting some kind of argument or explaining a product, service or it’s process. Once we have all data handy next step for designing a better inforgraphics is to find problems.  In many cases, the data doesn’t support the story a client wants to tell.The data doesn’t lie, and good clients do not want to blatantly mislead. is the next step is a collaborative reworking of the story and the data. Our experts at Atellier studios with their handful experience are valuable guide to discovering more accurate narratives and presenting them.

In almost any piece of research, there is a “hero” that leads the story. Once you find it, it becomes a way to organize the project and solidifies the hierarchical structure of the infographic. This is the first step towards visualization of infographics. Once data has been sorted and points are highlighted wireframe is created for designing purpose. It is also called as storyboarding. Thedesigner builds an understandable visual representation of the important information. Storyboard is more solid structure of your end product.

Once we finalizing storyboard or wireframe of end product we are few steps away from the information. We need recreate our wireframe graphically with final animations, great color combinations and background effects. So our unique story is more attractive and beautiful.

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