13 Education Infographic Examples & Templates - Daily Design Inspiration #3
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13 Educational Infographic Examples & Templates

13+ Educational Infographic Examples & Templates – Daily Design Inspiration #3

 

Every hour there are thousands of projects published by many talented designers. But because those are published across a collection of different social networks and sites, you often miss them.

That’s why I decided to put together this first edition of the Daily Design Inspiration. With this daily collection of infographic examples, I want to give new designers a platform to show off their work.

To spread some inspiration to readers. To collect amazing design work on one platform. And to make it easy for anyone to create something beautiful.

In this edition of the Daily Design Inspiration, we are going to look at some educational infographic examples from Siege Media, Anaëlle Gamanho, and a few from our own Venngage designers.

Now if you want to learn how to make your own infographics, I would start with this article:

How to Make an Infographic in 5 Steps

 

1. Illustrated Pan American Highway Educational Infographic

Creator: 

Type: Illustrated Education Infographic

Selected Because: The detailed illustration helps you visualize how long and dangerous the journey really is. 

 


 

2. The Many Moons Of Jupiter Horizontal Educational Infographic

Creator: 

Type: Horizontal Scientific Education Infographic

Selected Because: This horizontal layout helps organize the 50+ moons into an easy to follow infographic that almost anyone could enjoy. 

 


 

3. 7 Advantages Of Online Classes Infographic


Creator: Venngage

Type: Simple Informational List Infographic

Selected Because: A single leading line helps draw the reader in and help them navigate each section effectively.  

 


 

4. Notre Dame Academy A to Z Infographic Booklet

Creator: 

Type: Educational Infographic Booklet

Selected Because: Instead of presenting the information in a traditional format, the designer created a unique infographic booklet.

 


 

5. Have You Read The Cornerstone Speech? Hand Drawn Infographic

Creator: Lauri Johnston

Type: Hand Drawn Educational Infographic

Selected Because: This hand-drawn infographic helps explain a very important historical document in a somewhat light-hearted way.

 


 

6. Creative Farm to Schools Infographic

Creator: Anne Ulku

Type: Icon Centric Educational Infographic

Selected Because: Each section is brilliantly illustrated to show how your food makes it to the table each day, and how each section is part of a larger process.  

 


 

7. 50 Animal Facts That Will Blow Your Mind Infographic

Creator: Yellow Zebra 

Type: Simple Educational List Infographic

Selected Because: Even though there are 50 animal facts, the infographic makes it easy to effortlessly jump from one to another. 

 


 

8. Utilitarianism Summary Educational Infographic

Creator: Course Hero

Type: Simple Educational List Infographic

Selected Because: Summarizing an entire book into a few ideas or thoughts is not easy, but Course Hero knocked it out of the park with this infographic.

 


 

9. The Future Of Books Comparison Infographic

Creator: NowSourcing

Type: Education Comparison Infographic

Selected Because: This infographic uses icons, charts, and graphs very well to compare two related topics.

 


 

10. 25 Fascinating Violin Facts Infographic


Creator: Venngage

Type: Sectional Information Infographic

Selected Because: The subtle outlines around each fact helps keep the infographic organized and light. 

 


 

11. The Worldwide Struggle To Educate Women

Creator: Mayra Magalhaes

Type: Data-Driven Educational Infographic

Selected Because: With just a handful of graphs and charts, this infographic makes a compelling point about women’s education. This example shows that sometimes you just need to let the data be the star of your infographic. 

 


 

12. Colorful 5 Tips To Keep Your Chin Up Infographic

Colorful 5 Tips To Keep Your Chin Up Infographic


 

Creator: Venngage

Type: Simple One Page Infographic

Selected Because: The arrows connecting each section quickly pulls you from one piece advice to the next.

 


 

13. Dollars More Than Calories Educational Infographic

Creator: Vanderbilt

Type: Illustrated One Page Infographic

Selected Because: The designer took a very whimsical approach, which should help readers easily engage with the serious topic.

 


 

Nice, you made it! If you want to learn how to make your own educational infographics I would start with these articles:

How to Make an Infographic in 5 Steps

 

The Top 9 Types of Infographic Templates and When to Use Them

 

Or check out our collection of over 1000 infographics here: