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10+ Best Infographics To Inspire Marketing Campaigns

Written by: Daleska Pedriquez

Jan 27, 2022

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Infographics have always been a part of a striking marketing campaign as they are truly a powerful tool to capture a brand’s target market.

We share the best infographics for a variety of business and marketing needs, as well as tips on how to design your own.

And you don’t need design experience to create infographics. Venngage’s Infographic Maker can be used by non-designers to create their own infographic in minutes.


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10 infographic examples for every business

Premade infographic templates can save you countless hours while still delivering a high-quality product. Here are a few top infographic examples to inspire your marketing team and upcoming campaigns.

1. Diversity infographic

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Create a more inclusive workplace with this template. This infographic example will be a great addition to company training materials, onboarding, and employee education.

The reason why this is one of the best infographic examples from Venngage’s library is because of its simplicity. The infographic layout relies on text boxes and icons, making the central message easy to follow.

2. Project plan timeline infographic


Stay on track with projects, both big and small, with this timeline infographic. It uses icons and a chart to help project managers organize tasks and deadlines.

Add your business logo to the infographic design when sharing the plan with external stakeholders. Import your logo, brand colors, and fonts with Venngage’s My Brand Kit feature. Input your website and the editor does the rest.

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3. Customer journey infographic template 

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Map out the customer journey to find the areas where your business can improve with regard to customer touchpoints.

If you’re not sure where to begin, this creative infographic is the perfect place to start. Survey your customers and start plotting the points where your business and customers intersect.

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4. Nonprofit timeline infographic template 

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Keeping your stakeholders well informed is a breeze with this timeline template. Use your brand colors to distinguish the sections of the campaign.

Or use a muted color palette that can still be recognized as your brand’s for the dates and deadlines in the graphic.

5. Simple infographic 

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One of our most popular infographic examples is this bright and colorful template. Hierarchical infographics or list infographics like this example are engaging and catch the eye.

Each bright section reflects its content in unique ways, which is what makes simple infographics stand out. The numbered sections also help draw the eye down the infographic, improving engagement.

6. Branding infographic template 

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Establishing brand guidelines for a business can be challenging. With Venngage, you can create infographics that are visually stunning, while also being educational resources for employees.

What makes this an effective infographic is that it breaks down complicated data into simple visuals. You can see the font types, brand color palette, and logo variations at a glance.

If you still haven’t come up with a unique logo, Venngage has a professional logo maker and templates.

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7. Vaccine infographic

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There has been so much discussion around vaccines over the past few years. Complex medical information like this needs to be simplified so more people can understand it, even without education in healthcare.

Create an infographic that breaks down detailed medical data using this template. The graphic elements make the infographic visually appealing. But they also help to properly guide patients through complex medical terms, symptoms, and side effects.

8. Simple list infographic template 

Everyone loves lists on the internet. Create an infographic list and win the best of both worlds, like with this example.

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The minimalist color scheme and a handful of icons and shapes are all it takes to attract audiences.

You can use this example as part of a larger campaign. Tease out sections of the full infographic as social media posts, with a prompt to read the related blog post for more information.

Replace the icons from Venngage’s library of 40,000+ icons. Or change the color combination of your graphic by choosing from the color wheel.

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9. Hiring process infographic template

Anyone who has tried to apply for a job knows how daunting the hiring process can be. Decrease this struggle for job applicants by creating hiring process infographic templates, like this example.

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Flowchart infographics take the audience from one step to the next. This is a great way to break down a complex process with visuals.

To design process infographics like the one above, plan out the steps in your process. Choose a template from the Venngage library and start customizing according to your needs.

10. Colorful marketing metrics infographics 

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This infographic design incorporates a variety of graphic elements, including icons, and colors, to segment complicated data and successfully relate the message.

You can customize easy-to-edit templates like this one to present metrics and even big data.

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FAQs about creating the best infographics

Are there different types of infographics?

Yes. There are various types of infographics for different purposes. Each uses visual representation as an essential part of the infographic design. Here are a few infographic types. You can also read more about the nine common types of infographics.


Infographics are an effective aid in breaking down technical information. This type of infographic can be used to explain the anatomy of living bodies, mechanical parts, computers, and even abstract concepts like a marketing strategy.

Comparison infographic

Some comparisons are better demonstrated through visuals. This type of infographic uses charts and tables to compare products, services, or concepts.

Data visualizations

Infographics are a visual medium and often use data visualization to share dense information with the audience. Visuals and graphics make it easier for the audience to remember details.

You can use a variety of data visualization techniques in your infographics, from bar charts to pie charts, for better visual storytelling.

List infographic

Organize information in a visual list to make it skimmable. Ensure the list is in a specific order or has directional cues so the audience knows how to read the infographic.


A map infographic uses information from geological locations to tell a story. The graphic elements used in these types of infographics include heatmaps, icons, color-coded regions, and data visualizations.

Process infographics

A process can be visualized in flowchart infographics with clear directional cues like numbers and arrows. However, processes do not show the progress of time. They show the actual events within the process.

Timeline infographics

Timeline infographics convey events or changes over a period of time. They can also be used for depicting the evolution or history of something.

This type of infographic is easy to understand and easy to follow because it follows a single flow. However, it is important to keep the timeframes consistent in order to avoid confusing the audience.

What is the best infographic maker?

Though there are various platforms where you can create an infographic, for ease of use and expert designs, Venngage is your best option. We offer a variety of customizable and professional templates for non-designers, as well as 40,000+ icons and 4 million free stock photos. Creating infographics has never been easier.

What makes a good infographic?

A good infographic is one that effectively and concisely tells a story. It should have a balance of visuals and text to make it compelling and easy to read.

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Infographics can be the key to your content marketing success

Your marketing campaigns need the best infographics to spark potential customers’ interest in your brand. Use the examples in this post to create your own infographic and kickstart a revenue-generating campaign today.

About Daleska Pedriquez

Daleska is Venngage’s Marketing Manager. With a background in marketing communications and a deep interest in journalism, she aims to write about exciting topics and make them understandable for everyone.