An Analysis of Infographics

An Analysis of Infographics

An Analysis of Infographics by Gfxlovers

  1. Developed by Rajat Bagree, it is an excellent example of an infographic, published on blog.webheartbrand.com. This talks on the topic Guide to Successful Graphic Designer. We have listed this in our list of An Analysis of Infographics, after a quick analysis under the following points.
An Analysis of Infographics

Source: blog.webheartbrand.com

Readability:

The infographic has a good readability, as the typography is used smartly. Sans serif is used for the headings and in bold. While the body text for each of the point is taken in a smaller font size. Sans serif makes the readability clear as they aren’t much of a decorated typeface.

The infographic has a good readability, as the typography is used smartly. Sans serif is used for the headings and in bold. While the body text for each of the point is taken in a smaller font size. Sans serif makes the readability clear as they aren’t much of a decorated typeface.

Informative:

The infographic has 12 points that are unique and make it an informative one. The points are also given with small vectors related to the respective points.

The length of the infographics:

It is of a fair length and isn’t too long. That makes the curiosity going.

Color Palette:

A fairly good color palette is incorporated in the infographic that makes it attractive enough for its audience.

2. This infographic by dailyinfographic.com is a powerful infographic that tends to present ‘10 Powerful Body Language Tips For Your Next Presentation’. It speaks about public speaking and is quite of the informative sort.

An Analysis of Infographics

Source: dailyinfographic.com

Readability:

When analyzing this infographic on the ‘Readability’ we would say it is good but could have been better. The readability goes in hand with the typography and the color scheme with which we are proceeding. Due to an uneven typography, somewhere huge somewhere tiny, there is a decrease in a smooth read.

Informative:

No doubt if you manage to read the graphic till the end, it is informative. It speaks of a subject quite sensitive, an often talked about subject and easily would catch the attention of the reader by the quality of the content.

The length of the infographics:

The infographic is has a slightly long length, but when comes to compressing the good content of 10 points in it, it is a hit.

Color Palette:

The color palette is a peppy and too many images and signs clutter in the graphic. Neutral tones are missing.

3. Infographic by pinfographics.org looks quite tensed as it talks about a matter of concern.

An Analysis of Infographics

Source: pinfographics.org

Readability:

The text is too small to be read. The cluttering body text with no significant headings makes this too hard to read.

Informative:

On the information front, this emerges as a good one. The information, of course, is significant and has a certain value which makes this infographic an informative one. But would you really read such a small text without zooming in and out?!

The length of the infographics:

The length is fair and good enough to catch someone’s eye without an endless scroll.

Color Palette:

The whole scene is vividly explained by the means of a nice color scheme in the image of the background.

4. The Infographic Wetlands talks about what wetlands are and some statistical data in accordance with the same.An Analysis of Infographics

Readability:

The readability is less due to small text size and over usage of images in the background.

Informative:

It is informative, but a lack of readability makes it hard for a reader to extract information.

The length of the infographics:

The length is neither too long nor too short. It is good enough to cater the subject.

Color Palette:

Too much color and unnecessary images make this not so good looking infographic. The infographic should be clean and neat, being less cluttered with text and images is what readers prefer watching.

5. This infographic by oceanservice.noaa.gov talks on the topic ‘Protecting Our Planet Starts With You’. This comes out to be an eventful infographic that is clean and least cluttered.

An Analysis of Infographics

Source: oceanservice.noaa.gov

 

 

Readability:

Talking of the readability, this infographic is great to read. Every heading is kept bold and clean and the body text also is kept clean.

Informative:

This is a clear example of an informative infographic. It tells each and every aspect very clearly and delivers high knowledge.

The length of the infographics:

The length of the graphic is fair to fit a screen size and doesn’t require extensive scrolling.

Color Palette:

The colors used in this infographic are related to the subject and do great justice with the relevancy.

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