Creating Engaging "Narrative Infographics"

Jane Lennon, Software developer and graphic designer

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9 Lessons (24m)
    • 1. Why narrative infographics?

    • 2. Step 1: Create the scenes

    • 3. Step 2: Find the images

    • 4. Step 3: Color palette

    • 5. Step 4: Put it all together

    • 6. Step 5.1: Design Process: The garden and the outsides

    • 7. Step 5.2: Design Process: Placing the images in the set

    • 8. Step 5.2: Design Process: Coloring the rooms

    • 9. The result

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Project Description



Design a narrative infographic


Choose an article or a story  that seems interesting to you and watch the classes in order to create your Narrative Infographic. If it is possible complete each step before continue watching the next video. The whole process is explained, but if you need any help at all, post your question on the discussion board. 

If you don't have a specific topic for your infographic in your mind, search google with things that interest you and the word "facts" (eg. cats facts, rock music facts). The majority of the articles you will find this way are suitable for infographic creation. If you want you can collect your own information from multiple sources. Keep in mind that if you want to publish the infographic you have to mention the sources.

If you still face trouble finding a subject, post some of your hobbies or interests on the discussion board and I will do my best to provide you with some articles to work.


  1. The link to the article you are working on and the important points you are going to use, if they are not clear.
  2. A screenshot with all the images you have chosen fot your infographic (like I do in step2-Find the images)
  3. An image of the infographic without any text, just the title
  4. An image of the completed infographic

I can't wait to see your amazing infographics!!

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