Data doesn’t have to be boring. There’s a lot of fun data out there that can be turned into fun infographics.
Infographics are perfect for telling the story behind the data. You can emphasize particularly shocking statistics and you can show why certain data is relevant to readers.
Creative and infographics are perfect for including in presentations, sharing on social media, and including in blog posts. If you have some interesting data, why not turn it into an infographic that will engage your audience?
To turn your data into a fun infographic, follow these steps:
- Think about who the audience of your infographic will be.
- Look at your data and pull the most important or shocking numbers that will appeal to your audience.
- Pick an infographic template that will help you tell the story behind the data.
- Customize the infographic template to fit your particularly information and style.
- Share your infographic with your audience!
Here are 7 beginner-friendly infographic templates to get you started.
1. Fun comparison infographic template
We know that reptiles are cold-blooded but what else sets them apart from our fellow mammals?
Compare two things with a color bubble infographic template. This infographic uses simple icons to indicate the two kinds of animals being compared.
Share an infographic like this on Twitter or include it in a presentation. People’s eyes will be drawn to the bright colors and bold title.
2. Coffee infographic template
People love coffee (some of us love it a little too much…). But what are most people’s coffee preferences? And how much are people willing to pay for their daily cup(s) of Joe?
This fun infographic lets coffee speak for itself using speech bubble icons. The numbers and statistics are emphasized in big font, with a concise description underneath.
Don’t be afraid to give your infographic character. Play with your audience’s expectations and create an infographic that they will want to share with their friends.
3. Nutrition infographic template
It can be hard to face the facts, especially when it comes to the foods we eat. But an infographic that uses engaging visuals can help get people to consider the numbers and make better choices.
This nutrition infographic shows fruits with a lower sugar content, so you can be mindful of your sugar intake. The combination of inviting images and fun fonts give readers the information without intimidating them. Help spread a good message that other people will want to share as well.
4. Music infographic template
Music speaks to us in ways other art forms can’t. But the same music doesn’t speak to everyone. This infographic uses a fun pie chart to visualize a poll about one of David Bowie’s most beloved songs.
You can insert any image you want in the centre of the pie chart by using our image frame tool. Pick icons that with easily recognizable meanings, so people can understand them in a glance.
5. Craft beer infographic template
People take their craft beer seriously. If you’re someone who wants to look savvy while ordering a pint but who doesn’t yet know this basics, this infographic will help you out.
This simple infographic design uses color coded illustrations to show the difference between different types of beers. The template could easily be customized to show different types of wine, teas, cheeses…anything! All you need to do is swap out the icons.
6. Fitness infographic template
Show how parts make a whole with an image-centric infographic design. This fitness infographic breaks down the positive effects of exercise not just on our muscles, but the body as a whole.
Don’t be afraid to combine a realistic image with cartoon-like icons. The contrast between two styles make for an interesting and eye-catching design. Use different colors to emphasize important words, like the red word “EXERCISE” in this infographic.
7. Coffee shop culture template
A lot of people will be quick to tell you that their city has the best coffee around. But does the data back up their claims?
This infographic uses pictograms (icons that depict units of data) to show which cities in the United States have the most independent coffee shops. Pour over these numbers (see what I did there?) and let them settle the score.
You can create pictograms who virtually any topic using our library of over 40,000 icons!