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Creating a Timeline Infographic

A timeline infographic is a way of visualizing a process over a particular time period. Typically, it is used to portray the history of an event or a movement via a linear progression. The simple linear structure of the timeline infographic is ideal for presenting...

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Infographic Design Ideas for Black Friday

Infographics are widely used by marketers to spruce up their content for Black Friday, which is thought of as the start of the holiday shopping season. Marketers use infographics to reach out to shoppers who are increasingly dependent on their mobile devices for...

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All About Adobe

Adobe is the first software that most people think of when they need an impressive design. Historically Adobe was associated with the development of creativity and multimedia software, but lately the company has forayed into software development and internet...

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Infographic Design Ideas for Thanksgiving

If you’re like many Americans, you are looking forward to Thanksgiving as a chance to enjoy family traditions, parades, football, and most importantly, food. With Thanksgiving excitement in the air, give people something to talk about with eye-catching infographics...

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Where to Submit your Infographics

The infographic has become an essential tool in creating content for blog posts because it allows the representation of complex information to be conveyed through an image such as a diagram or a chart. Infographics can be easily and quickly consumed by an audience,...

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Design Ideas for Halloween Infographics

It’s that time of year again when everybody dons their spookiest, silliest, or most creative Halloween costumes. Halloween creativity is not limited to costumes, however. It also includes decorations, Halloween party invites, and, if you are a website owner,...

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The Pros and Cons of Flat Design

Flat design is a user interface design that employs simple and two-dimensional elements with bright colors. It is the exact opposite of the skeuomorphic style that creates three-dimension illusions by copying real-life properties. Flat design became popular with the...

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Choosing the Right Infographic Size

An infographic is a mix of design, writing, and analysis. It is an essential communication tool in this period of big data. People may not have the time to sift through volumes of data, but they can easily glance at a simple, visually-pleasing infographic that...

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Avoid These Infographic Missteps

It’s scientifically proven that human beings can process visual information faster than other types of information. In fact, a brain processes images in as little as 13 milliseconds. Since images can be processed quickly, and many people looking online want...

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Using Images in Infographics

When it comes to creating infographics, the types of images you use and how you use them can make or break a presentation. If you plan on using images in your infographics, there are many things you can do to maximize their use, while still keeping your infographic...

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How Infographics Can Bring Complex Data to the Masses

When it comes to presenting complex data to a mass audience, it’s difficult to find ways to engage people while also presenting the information in a way that they can digest. Even if the information you have to share with your audience is valuable to them, your...

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The Origins of Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop is a graphics editor published by Adobe Systems for both MacOS and Windows. While the first version of Photoshop became available 13 years ago, its origins go back to the late 1980s. The idea for Photoshop was originally conceived by Thomas and John...

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