Infographics

Infographics

Visual representations of educational ideas or concepts.

Overview

Infographics are popular and clever ways to compress a large amount of information into an easy-to-understand format. Infographics are often used to represent data, which might otherwise be hard for readers to grasp or remember. 
Here's a tutorial on creating infographics, created by an organization that designed an infographic to describe how a philanthropic organization, the Full Circle Fund, works. 
Arguably the "father" of infographics is Professor Edward Tufte of Yale University. His portrayal of Napoleon's March to Moscow as an infographic is a masterpiece of compressed information that uses the graphics to tell the story. 
Here are other powerful examples of how to use graphics to convey data and information. 

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