The Infographics Movement: Turning Big Ideas into Sharable Images

Posted by Nonprofit Toolkit on November 21, 2016

Does your nonprofit have big ideas to share? Maybe you’re looking to summarize a volunteer effort, report campaign results, or show appreciation?

Don’t let your message get lost in a sea of words. Using an infographic can keep it simple—and easy to understand.

Infographics are valuable tools that combine simple text and images to convey complex ideas. They show your information in an eye-catching and straightforward way. And, you can use them across media—from social media and emails to appeal letters and annual reports.

But creating infographics can be tricky. We’ll take you through how to design infographics that will speak to every member of your community.

The Infographics Movement: Turning Big Ideas into Sharable Images
Instructor: Beth Brodovsky
Master Class Webinar
Thursday, December 8, 2 p.m. EST

You’ll learn:

  • The difference between infographics and data visualization
  • Three essential qualities of all successful infographics
  • Ways to use content you already have
  • How to create compelling graphics for your organization

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