I made this mega-resource right after I join Easelly, makers of infographic design software.
The goal of this resource is two-fold. First, it helps new users create infographics using Easelly. This guide helps improve the user experience of new users. It also helps with user retention. Second, it's an excellent guide for non-designers who want to make infographics froms scratch. From a marketing perspective, this is a good piece of content to boost brand awareness & engage existing users.
It's also worth noting that this page is one of the website's top pages.
(This is a resource that I wrote in collaboration with Joshua Hardwick of Ahrefs)
This guide is divided into three parts — planning for your infographic content, the infographic creation process, and promoting your infographic.
It’s a long read (with short videos in between) but we promise that it’s going to be worth it.
The following brainstorming approaches for infographic design and ideation will help you consistently come up with original infographic ideas. As a fringe benefit, you will also get more engagement to your infographic at the same time because they are customer-centric rather than product-centric.
If you’re part of an HR team or leading your company’s HR department, this article will show you how HR can play an essential role in helping companies navigate the new future of work and promote a more inclusive, purposeful workplace.
Are infographics expensive and time-consuming to create? Is it even worth pursuing?
What kind of infographic format is ideal for the data that you want to highlight?
In this guide, you’ll find answers to these questions (and more!) as we dive deeper into infographic creation — from its history to design best practices to downloadable infographic templates that you can use right away.
Whether you're a company looking to hire your first designer or an aspiring graphic designer thinking about specializing in a particular type, this article will help you understand graphic designers' roles in various industries.
Sleep is a superpower.
Getting enough sleep gives you more energy, improves mood, and boosts your immune system. In a nutshell, it makes you healthier and puts you in a better headspace.
However, people with physical disabilities tend to suffer from sleep problems and disturbances.
For the physically disabled, sleep deprivation can also evolve into narcolepsy, daytime sleepiness, and sleep apnea.
This guide will take a closer look at how people with different physical and sensory disabilities...
This long-form guide highlights the most recent research on why sleep gets more elusive as you get older and the steps you can take to finally drift off to a night of deep, restorative sleep.
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month this May, we’re highlighting recent figures and findings on mental health and substance abuse in a visual case study + infographic.
There’s no arguing that the modern world and the wonders that come with it has brought so much boon to humanity.
Information design — sounds complicated and nerdy, right?
By and large, the primary goal in information design is clarity of communication.
In this blog post, we’re going to take a closer look at how this goal is accomplished and why information design matters now more than ever.
Months before a bodybuilding competition, male bodybuilders usually aim to cut body fat as low as 3-4 percent body fat for that shredded look, while their female counterparts go as low as 8-9% for that beautiful, lean physique. This has led many to believe that their body fat levels should fall between the same percentages as bodybuilders. Is this healthy? Let's find out!