Here we are going to learn about how to create Infographics using Piktochart, which is the web application that allows users to easily create infographics and visuals using themed templates without intensive experience as graphics designers. Co-founders Goh Ai Ching and Andrea Zaggia lauched 1st iteration of piktochart in Malaysia in March 2012. Infographics is one of the most effective form of content and this application helps to create it. It is visually attractive, memorable and easy to consume and share. Piktochart has many templates that can be used to repurpose a blog post or an article into a stunning infographic.
To use this web application, follow the steps given below:
- First, Go to the browser and enter Piktochart.com or go to any search engine like google, Bing and enter Piktochart.
- After opening the page, you will see sign up button on the right side.
3. Then Click on the sign-up button.
4. Lastly, Sign-up using Google, Facebook or using other email.
To sign-up (Create Infographics using Piktochart ) using google follow the steps given below:
- First of all click on sign-up button and then choose Google.
- Then fill up the form with correct email id and create a strong password.
- Then click on create account button.
- Here, After the successful login dashboard is displayed.
- Then you can start creating infographics selecting the suitable templates provided.
To sign up with Facebook select the Facebook button in sign-up option and follow the steps as above.
Click on create new at the top right to start creating infographics. Here, you can get various templates. Once you have chosen the template suitable for your content, now it’s time to start thinking about how to structure your content and design. It should have a clear separation between title, introduction, content and conclusion as title helps the reader to recognize what your infographic is about and Introduction is the brief explanation about your content. Along with that, Content block is where you make a point what you want to transmit to your readers and Conclusion is the closing argument of your message and it may also help to encourage reader to do something like sharing the infographic or subscribe to the blog.
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