INFOGRAPHICS: IS A PICTURE REALLY WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS?
How many of you know what an infographic is? An infographic, also called information graphics, is a popular way to present data by distilling the words, data points, key concepts and illustrations that might be present in a report and creating a visual representation of the material.
Infographics are being created to help people understand virtually any topic; for example, it only took 12 hours after the Oscars ended for the first Oscar infographics to start popping up. Infographics aren’t just about entertainment however.
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