Thanks for joining me for the Q&A on March 14th! I wanted to share a couple resources for you to help you in making infographics of your own.

First of all, I have several blog posts that can explain ways that I use to simplify science.

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I’ve also prepared a few resources to give you a bit more help.

First, I believe that starting with a plan is the most important part of creating an infographic. So here’s an example of how I plan my infographics.

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It’s also important to get an understanding of a few basic principles of design. Here are examples of the most important for infographics.

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Thank you again for the amazing questions, and I hope I gave you some insights into how I approach my creative work. Good luck with your own project!

Looking for more?

  • As I continue to build my resources for science communication and science art, I’ll be updating everyone via my mailing list. If this interests you, you can sign up to get weekly newsletters.
  • I’m holding an online workshop called From Science to Infographic on April 6th & 7th. You can find out more here.
  • Want more personal help? I also offer tutoring services. See more info here.
  • Need something not listed? Feel free to contact me, and we can discuss how else I can help you.