Since the conception of the internet, there has only been one thing that hasn’t changed. While the technology and fads have come and gone, the internet has remained a designer’s dream come true. Where else does an artistic person have so many opportunities and creative outlets?
As the popularity of online business grows, there are even more people who appreciate the visual eye-candy produced by web designers. As if designers didn’t have a big enough playground as it was, one more creative outlet has recently been gifted to us artistic folks.
In today’s world, capturing the attention of online visitors of your website is important to develop a consumer and business relationship while helping you to connect and communicate your own thoughts, messages, facts, and opinions. Due to the image and media-intense world that we live in, creating infographics is ideal when you want to share and promote various topics and subjects to a wide range of audience, as they often catch the eye of those scrolling web pages.
The newest sensation, spreading on the blogosphere in 2011, and making a huge presence in 2012, has been Infographics (IG). In case you’ve been hiding from the internet the past year, these pictures are intended to make complicated sets of data easy to read. Their bright colors and playful graphics have caught the attention of everyone, myself included. Most recently, “A World Without Facebook”, has been circulating in response to the SOPA bill.