Visual Content Marketing

Say it with
Infographics and Visuals

The science behind visual content and marketing is indisputable. If you are looking for infographic designs, you’re at the right place.

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Visual Thinking

Infographic designs require visualization, sharp copywriting, and taglines!

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Data Analysis

A single infographic can pack in tens of pages of content – that demands solid DA skills.

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High Share Value

It’s short, sharp, and sophisticated – that is why infographics are awesome.

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Long Story Short

Attention spans are dwindling, infographic design helps you keep it short and sweet.

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Infographic design for a B2B audience

Get through vast amounts of data quickly

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Beat the analysis-paralysis and focus on decision making

Businesses using creative forms of communication are 85% more likely to be successful because infographics are perfectly suited for presenting purely informative content with subtle branding elements.

Content-Led Infographic Designs

Easy reading is damn hard writing

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Unlike graphic designing, with infographic design, content is the hero.

Converting content to copy demands superior data analytics, data visualization, and editorial skills.

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Getting Started with Visual Content

What Makes a Good Infographic Design?

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Nature of Topic

Infographics work best for topics that have shorter ideas, multiple data points, and clear interpretations.

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Data, Data, Data

Infographic designs need data. Lots of it. Data that can be analyzed, visualized, and summarized.

Copywriting

Great Copywriting

An apt title, a succinct body copy, and crisp explanatory texts, even mnemonics - make a great infographic design.

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Visual Elements

Readers love infographic designs because visuals make data interesting and easy to remember + share.

Branding

Branding

Use colors, logos, descriptive icons, and smart-arts to create infographic designs that reinforce your brand identity.

Disclaimers

Disclaimers

Infographic designs must cite data sources, references, and research methodologies. This builds credibility.

Say it with a Picture

Infographic Design with Editorial Content

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Enhance the readability of longer content formats like articles, case studies, whitepapers, and blogs with infographics. Use them to set the agenda, to deliver a message, or to summarize!

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