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Easelly User Story: Infographics in Newsletters with TOSA Educator Kristofer Orre

Every so often, we feature Easelly users whose infographic creation or advocacy caught our eye on social media. We’re starting 2019 by putting the spotlight …

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Warming Up the Winter with Christmas Infographics and DIY Holiday Cards

Besides the actual content, visual elements, and structure of your infographic, another important aspect of an infographic succeeding (e.g. being seen and spread) is by …

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Easelly User Story: Lifelong Learning with Geologist and Teacher Diana Moragas

“A teacher who loves learning earns the right and the ability to help others learn.” – Ruth Beechick, An Easy Start in Arithmetic, Grades K-3 Every month …

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How to Make Pictograms to Communicate Effectively

Take a moment to imagine a world without signs and symbols — from universal icons such as hearts and smileys to Facebook’s thumbs-up sign. Will …

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G2 Recognized Easelly as a Leader in Design Software for Small Businesses in 2018

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and we’d like to take this opportunity to say thank you to Easelly users and customers around the world …

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White Space in Infographic Design and Data Visualization: Yay or Nay?

Imagine sitting through a presentation or lecture where the speaker’s talking so fast that you can’t even understand what he’s trying to say. It’s awkward …

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How NYC Educators are Using Infographics in the Classroom

How many of us avoid doing things because it’s “not the way things are done around here”? Teachers and educators all over the world may …

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10 Types of Infographics with Examples and When to Use Them

It’s easy to choose an infographic format or type that works for you. But keep in mind that the infographic should not be about you nor …

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Infographic Design Basics: 3 Steps to Outlining Your Infographic

Do you prefer structure or going-with-the-flow when starting an infographic design project? Whether you favor one over the other, an infographic outline serves as a …

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Infographic Design Basics: The Simple Infographic Structure

Are you about to make your first infographic design? Or are you curious if you’ve been doing infographics right? Whether you’re about to dip your …

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How to Write an Infographic Design Brief

You’ve probably stumbled upon infographics that undoubtedly nailed it in terms of engagement and shareability. Creatives and marketers call these pieces as content home runs. …

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5 Library Infographics for National Library Card Sign-up Month

American musician and actor Tom Waits once said: We live in an age when you say casually to somebody ‘What’s the story on that?’ and …

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