Thank you for attending the
From Science to Infographic
online workshop!

I learned a lot from you, and I hope you learned a thing or two. All the materials (including screencaps of our brainstorming session) are at the bottom of this page, so don’t forget to download them.

You are amazing! Thank you so much for joining me!

The sessions were recorded, and recordings will be available soon! I will email you as soon as they are available!

What’s next?

Don’t stop now!  Go create your infographic!

As you know, practice makes perfect and great things take time. There are many ways that you can make your infographic.

  • Pen & ink (markers/highlighters), take a picture with your phone, and share!
  • Create digitally with a free program like Inkscape, GIMP, Powerpoint, or Google Slides/Docs/Draw
  • Create digitally with a cheap program such as Affinity Designer
  • Buy professional software such as the Adobe Creative Cloud and use a program like Illustrator or Photoshop to finish your graphic

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Practice makes perfect!

It will probably take you longer than you’d like to get your infographic exactly how you want it, and that’s okay! We all get better with time. Keep working at it, and I know you’ll get there!

I would LOVE to see your infographic and give you some constructive criticism to help improve it. Please share it with me!  You can email it to me at [email protected], or you can put it up on social media and tag me (Twitter: @GaiusDiviFilius, Instagram: @ProcessofInQUEERy).

Still feeling worried?

If you don’t feel ready to finish your infographic, I offer the following services to help you out:

  • 1-on-1 and small group tutoring
  • In depth editing services for the text of your infographic
  • Infographic services (I’ll make it for you!)
  • More workshops!

Is there a workshop you’d like to see? Let me know and if you sign up for the first run of that workshop, I’ll give you a big discount for helping me out!


Workshop materials

Click the handouts you want below:


Infographic Brainstorm Session Screenshots