An infographic is an appealing means to communicate a message in a visual format that shows relationships plus representations of data.
For this quest, design an infographic that makes a case for openness within your discipline or field of interest. The great thing about them is that you do not need to be a graphic artist to create them; plenty of web sites offer the tools for you to produce a high quality infographic.
Guides for Infographic Design
The thing you should not do is to run to some tool and start clicking around. A design process should include some brainstorming and sketching on paper. Here are some resources to get you started:
- How Designers Do It: 15 Easy Steps To Design an Infographic From Scratch (Canva Design School)
- Infographic Design Guide (Venngage)
- 8 steps to designing the perfect infographic (Creative Bloq)
So you have some ideas? You have looked through some examples from the links above? Now you are ready. Here are some free web tools for creating infographics:
Of course if you are skilled in graphic design, you can use any tool at your disposal.
Example for "Why Open is Better as an Infographic":