Infogram is a tool used to create infographics for personal, educational, or professional projects.
- Dozens of graphs and charts and hundreds of maps available
- A vast library of millions of images
- Social media and web integration comes standard
- Simple drag and drop editor makes it easy to create a chart on the fly and update it without further work required
- Multiple options available for both internal and external data visualization displays
- Can be used to create both static and interactive visualizations
- Available free of charge with upgrades available to more serious customers
- No rich text editing available in the free package
- Free version requires you to incorporate the Infogram logo into all visualizations
- Focus on data integration means it lacks some of the aesthetic functionality of competitors
When you have to deal with massive or complex piles of data and make sense of them, Infogram provides a range of practical solutions. This web-based data visualization and infographic platform helps take your information and transform it into clearly laid out charts and tables so that you can more easily sort through and make sense of it. That makes it a great choice for everyone from scientific researchers to business owners. While there are multiple infographic programs out there, few of them are as focused on the data as Infogram is. They understand that accuracy and access to your information is important, and that's why they allow you to connect your charts, maps, and graphs to live data sources. Once you've linked your graph to a source like Dropbox or Google Sheets, the raw data will automatically be updated to the infographic, cutting out the need for a middleman between data entry and presentation. Users can also draw from public data sources, so you won't have to search out and then compile the information you need. All infographics can be easily shared with clients and coworkers, and you can assign editing rights to anyone. Infographics have been demonstrated to more easily and effectively hook the attention of audiences. Infogram has simplified the process of producing and sharing infographics. You can choose from over 35 charts to produce the results you want. These include standard options like bar charts and line charts as well as more complicated affairs like word clouds. They also offer hundreds of maps. Making a visualization is usually as simple as connecting the relevant data and picking a template. Once created, you can download them as GIFs, PDFs, or PNGs for easy integration onto your website or social media account. Their plug-in allows even easier integration with platforms like Facebook's Instant Articles and WordPress. Infogram is a great way to improve customer engagement, but it can also produce the results you need to help you and your colleagues understand the development of your business. Your sales databases can be effectively linked up to a chart to produce reliable reports on a weekly, monthly, or annual basis, and Infogram includes the option to create dashboards that can be seamlessly linked to your internal website or management apps. Further enhancing your ability to get the visualization you need out of the box is Infogram's robust library of images. There are over one million stock photographs and half a million icons available right out of the box, and all users get access to these free of charge. If you're looking for something a bit more specific, you can even upload your own images or photographs.