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Infographics have infiltrated our lives in the last few years. They pop up anywhere—as politically themed graphics on social media, on organizational websites, in print brochures for charities, and, of course, in the library world. In an age of information overload, infographics attempt to make sense of all this information. (Side note: Here’s an infographic about information overload.)
Telling your story to the people in your community and beyond is incredibly important. To get your point across, your information needs to be concise, interesting to read, and eye catching. For some pieces, an infographic can be the perfect method to disseminate what you want people to know, especially if it’s done correctly.