Easy Infographic Basics: Visual Communication for Non-Designers | Learn with Piktochart

Jacqueline Jensen, Community Evangelist at Piktochart

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10 Lessons (21m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:10
    • 2. Why Visual Communication?

      2:09
    • 3. Type 1: Persuasion

      1:57
    • 4. Type 2: Reporting

      1:31
    • 5. Type 3: Storytelling

      1:17
    • 6. Basic Design Principles

      2:34
    • 7. Demonstration

      6:53
    • 8. Sharing Infographics

      2:08
    • 9. Closing

      0:38
    • 10. What's Next?

      0:37
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Project Description

Create and share an infographic!

Use Piktochart to develop an infographic, keeping in mind the 3 most popular types:

  • Persuasion
  • Reporting
  • Storytelling

Start with some body text. Then, identify the core elements you'll want to visualize. As you develop your infographic, consider: your audience and project goals, basic design principles, and the ways you'll share your content.

Add your infographic to the class project gallery, ask questions in the community board, and share feedback with others. Let's create a community of projects!

  

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Class Resource Links

Piktochart.com

"Inspire Me" | Piktochart Infographics Gallery

Piktochart Templates

  

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Sample infographic images courtesy Piktochart

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