Make Your Own Infographic

If you’re looking to learn how to make infographics, you’ve come to the right place.

Here, I’ve compiled the blog posts you need in order to get started making your own infographic. These posts are inspired by my From Science to Infographic workshop, which has empowered over a hundred people to make their science communication more visual.

2 essential skills for making infographics

2 Essential Skills for Making Infographics

Let’s start with an overview:
Two basic skills are needed to make infographics: simplifying science and artistic skills. In this post, we talk about how to get started on each.

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Anatomy of an Infographic

Anatomy of an Infographic

What are the common elements of every infographic? In this post, you’ll learn how to prepare these elements for your infographic. Create a plan to make your own infographic!

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Know Your Audience: an interactive exercise

Know Your Audience: An Interactive Exercise

You must know your audience to create any form of visual science communication! Learn my go-to method for simplifying science for infographics.

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The secret to choosing infographic size

The Secret to Choosing Infographic Size

An important decision needs to be made before you finalize your design! You’ve decided to make an infographic. But what size should you make it? Here, I answer some of the most common questions I get about infographic size.

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Simplify with visuals for your next infographic

Simplify With Visuals For Your Next Infographic

Ready to make your own infographic? You’ll need visuals to go along with it! Use these visual exercises to bring your infographic to life!

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10 Design Tips to make your infographic look more polished

10 Design Tips for a More Polished Infographic

As you fine-tune your design, this post will come in handy. You can make your infographic look more polished with a few basic principles of design. Here are 10 design tips to take your infographic from meh to amazing!

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