How Good Infographics Tell A Compelling Story
Whether you’re posting on social media or providing audiences with valuable information, infographics are amazing tools to use for accurate and engaging communication. When done correctly, infographics are insightful and useful for audiences because of how quickly they can provide information with great visuals. A good infographic raises questions that interest your audience, especially if it’s visually pleasing to look at. It also tells a good story—a trait that is highly necessary to build brand awareness and recall among customers.
Here are a few ways an exceptional infographic can tell a compelling story.
It engages audiences with headings.
When you look at an infographic, one of the first elements you may notice is its title, headings, and subheadings. These markers give you an idea of what topic the infographic will discussing, giving you enough time to get a feel of the “story” that a brand is trying to tell. Like a book cover, it is a great way to capture a reader’s attention so that they stick around for the ending. Make sure to choose creative, relevant titles, headings, and subheadings that pertain to your topic and the overall flow of your infographic.
It presents important data findings.
After you perform marketing research, presenting the data in an engaging format is usually the next step. Infographics allow you to tell a concise story about your data findings, especially if you place emphasis on the flow and visuals you use. Of course, it’s important to make sure to remain unbiased as you create the infographic. The story it tells should be honest and straightforward. By maintaining an analytical tone, your infographic will be more reliable and valuable for your audience.
It tends to be structured and consistent.
A good infographic has a logical structure that gives it a clear story flow. In the same way, a novel has a beginning, middle, and end, an exceptional infographic also has an effective hierarchy. You can start your infographic by presenting any available context you can provide, like background information. As you create your infographic, you can discuss important talking points about your topic, using headings, subheadings, and visuals.
Infographics are an incredible communication tool but only if it’s produced (and delivered) correctly. When a great infographic is created and shared, it can garner a lot of attention from target audiences, which can help you achieve your marketing objectives. Make sure to perform adequate marketing research and presentation tools so that you can produce high-quality infographics that are worth being shared in the digital space.