How to create your own Infographics?
Earlier we saw how powerful infographcs are in conveying a lot of information through one large image stuffed with loads of facts and data. If you have an idea and want to create your own infographic on any particular topic within your niche, you really don’t have to be a pro designer. There are several great tools online which could help you to create a infographic easily.
Below is a collection of some awesome tools that makes your job super easy and all you need to do is fill in the information and complete the wizard. Eventhough there are several tools that helps you create an infographic, we have listed down the best few in our opinion.
Best tools to make Infographics online?
Infogr.am: This is a free powerful infographics development platform that was used to create more than 900,000 infographics as of today and still counting. The program is power packed and easy to use. Infogr.am has some great features like importing of XLS, CSV files to further use this data in generation of an infographic. There are 30 different types of charts that you can use in building the mighty graph.
Another awesome feature of Infogr.am is that it allows you to download your infographics in PNG or PDF format that makes perfect sense to either publish or share the generated infographic. I would recommend you stop reading further because this is the best infographic tool on the web to create infographics (INHO), if still interested, read on..
InfoActive: This is another superb tool for creating infographics online and has some unique features as well. The web application not only generates awesome infographics as expected but also allows you to visualize live data (and that is great). This ensures you know whats going on with the graphics even when you are not done with the Infographic. It is certainly a tool worth trying but remember that InfoActive is currently in beta stage and would be a premium tool post beta stage.
Other alternatives for creating your own Infographics are Easel.ly and Picktochart.com. Both of these alternatives are easy to use “drag and drop” infographic creator. If you want things to be done in the simplest way the last two choices could be of use. Hope the list of tools helped you to find out how to create Infographics all by yourselves. Let me know after you create an infographic, will be happy to give my humble feedback!