This is a continuation of part I. In the previous post I have described how to find data and prepare slide format. Also how to setup background for your infographics.
Surely you have seen many great infographics. Want to create your own? Never did it before?
Here’s a diagram illustration I did for an inspirational article about how we should make smart decisions.
Here’s an example of how our icons were applied for a presentation made in Apple Keynote.
The presentation gives simple hints on how to plan six months ahead of your business.
Chances are you have used some diagrams or workflow schema in your presentation, right? If you do, respect :). Diagrams are indeed an excellent way to visualize your message. Here are three design hints to make sure your diagrams are professional looking and remain readable. Three ideas how to avoid most common diagram mistakes. Continue reading 3 Diagram Mistakes to Avoid in Presentation Slides Design
Wondering what’s hot and what’s not in slides design lately? See examples of four trends we see in presentations, try to adapt them in your slides. Learn what styles to avoid so your PowerPoint will not look like from last decade 😉
Last month infoDiagram turned three years old since our full service. And it’s been amazing years so far.
We have been putting together visual slides for our colleague Marcin, some time ago.
Marcin was impressed by the book he was reading and wanted to note down the main ideas for himself and share them with others.
Today I want to share a nice example of how a rather technical topic can be illustrated by a simple diagram.
We know choosing handwritten fonts can be time-consuming. There are some very nice handwritten ones. Some are even quite readable 🙂