Day Three (Wednesday April 24th): Infographic
There are many ways of conveying information on a blog; text and images being the two most widely used. Many infographics combine both these elements to provide a visual way of presenting text information.
Make your own infogaphic (no fancy imaging software needed, you can draw it on paper and photograph it if you want) to convey any element of your craft(s). It can be just for fun or a thoroughly researched presentation of an idea/finding. Here is a very quick example that I made just for fun, which took me under three minutes.
There will be nobody checking on how accurate your infographics are. They may be just for fun (like the one above – I don’t have that huge a yarn stash and it certainly didn’t you any actual statistics – though if I had taken the time, I could have worked out the rate at which I knit yarn by looking at how many metres of yarn I had knit over the last year, calculated the total amount of yarn in my stash in metres and used a calculation of the average life expectancy of a woman in the UK minus my current age to find an actual calculation… but as I said, this took three minutes.
The whole point of this topic is to experiment with infographics as a way of sharing facts, information and ideas, and to explore another tool in a blogger’s arsenal of communication options.
For more information and inspiration on infographics, look here. If you are looking for a quick and easy way to produce and infographic search the web for ‘Infographic Maker’ to find many free tools for making your own, or embrace the old school with some paper and a pencil.
Time is my enemy. I am always trying to find more time to do everything but particularly more time to do the things I enjoy like knit. Until I have a time turner I will be losing the battle.
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