How to Create Your First Infographic

Who doesn’t love a good infographic? Ever try to create one on your own? Unless you’re a Photoshop ninja (I’m definitely not), it can be a daunting process.

I’ve outlined the steps to creating your first infographic below – in an infographic! :)

Perfect for whether you want to design it yourself or get some outside help.

creating your first infographic

What about you?

Have you created an infographic? Have a favorite one? Have any steps you’d add to the process? Let me know or share a link in the comments!

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10 Responses so far.

  1. Katya Barry says:

    Great tools Liz! Thanks for the tips, I’ve been meaning to create an infographic but didn’t know where to start, now I know, cheers!

  2. LOVE how you’ve put together the steps.. I know about the free tools but knowing how to start and where to go is so helpful.. Thanks, Liz!

  3. Jenn says:

    Thanks for this great post. I’m about to share it with one of my clients!

  4. Jenn says:

    Love your site! We are kindred metric spirits. I took an info graphic course and would add to look at other infographics before the design phase to consider your overall format (collection of random graphs vs integrated pictures that make a bigger picture) and to consider your message with the data (our 2% change was terrible or wonderful). Have you seen column five? They are the most inspiring infographics firm and blog. Talk soon!

  5. Deb Slatterie says:

    Another great tool for creating infographics is Canva.

  6. Lucy says:

    This is a fabulous resource! For the first time ever I feel like it’s do-able to create my own info graphic. I think Canva have just released a DIY info graphic tool which might be worth looking at if you’re on a low budget….

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