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Infographic Design and Data Visualization Blog by Easelly

This ever-growing library of well-researched content and thoughtful advice is for you if you want to learn more about turning plain ‘ol information and complex data into engaging, fun (who says we can’t have fun?) and stunning infographics.

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Case Study: The Power of the Infographic

The following post was written by Claire Roper of Zilchoo who managed to grow page views 3x by using infographics created through Easelly. “Tell me, I forget. Show me, …

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New Feature: Charts!

Over the last couple of months one of the most requested features was Charts. I’m pleased to announce that Easel.ly has enable charts for everyone …

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Infographics in the Classroom: Simple Strategies for AP World History

This is a guest post by Whitney Kaulbach, an Advanced Placement World History teacher. She found that, by using infographics, her students could study, share …

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The Art Of Historic Analysis

The infographics world is chock full of visuals that appeal to the teaching and understanding of world history. From student submissions I can assess at …

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Top 10 Tiny Infographics

Infographics are a medium where less is always more.  We’ve said it before; the only area you should overindulge in is when you collect your …

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Infographics that Simplify International Issues

The bigger the world gets, the more complex the issues that affect it become. Here are a few infographics that take complex issues down to …

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Top Tips from Experts on What Makes a Great Infographic

Over the last few months, we have received a huge amount of questions as to what makes a great infographic and how you can stand …

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Sports Infographics

10 Sports Infographics That Score Big Points

In today’s technology-driven world, it’s no secret that children and teens respond to visual cues faster than verbal instruction.  Why not create your own instructive …

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Reading Literature Standard 4

Spotlighting the Reading Literature Standard 4

This week, we will begin exploring how craft and structure are important to literary texts. Within the world of literature, students can see how authors …

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Reading Information Standard 3

Spotlighting the Reading Information Standard 3

Key ideas and details are important to forming a solid foundation related to informational writing. This week, we are focusing on the final information standard …

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