63 of the best infographics

Barbara Merkley

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Best infographics: Quick links

The best infographics turn heavy data, facts or timelines into clear, easily digestible visual design that can be a delight to look at. They discipline combines several skills, with good design, illustration and animation often combining with an eye for salient data. The results is a presentation of often complex information in a way that’s more stimulating and engaging than any factsheet.

If you are looking to create your own infographic, then check out our visualisation tools or our roundup of the best infographic makers to help get you started. You may also want to consider signing up to Adobe Creative Cloud (or Photoshop alternatives if you’d prefer.) But before you head off and start on your own, scroll through our pick of the best infographics we’ve seen for data visualisation inspiration.

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