Infographics

A different channel of creativity.

My artistic mindset has always led me to discover different platforms of creativity. One of them is called Piktochart, an online platform offering users tools to create infographics.

I began using Piktochart in 2015 while interning for That Level, a start up company in Charleston, SC. At first, my infographics were used only for creative content purposes to populate social media. Then when my internship ended, I started creating them in my spare time–concept generation to final design.

Infographics are a great way for individuals and companies to visually portray important information whether it be a complex data set or simple statistics. I personally use them to showcase my own ideas and information I believe might be useful for others. For example, during my junior year in college I spent countless hours online searching for summer internships. After landing a marketing internship in Charleston, I decided to use my research to benefit others who were also looking for internships. And so, Hire Me was created.

Featured below is Hire Me . Simply put, I reviewed six websites I used to research internships and gave my feedback on which websites majors might find most useful. I incorporated “Ease of Application” and “Documents to Upload” as factors to help students decide which websites to utilize.

Hire Me is a simple example of what can be illustrated by using infographics. Companies like TechCrunch, Forbes and theguardian have all started using infographics to communicate company information online to public audiences. I believe infographics will be the new means of communication in the not-too-distant future.

“To create something exceptional, your mindset must be relentlessly focused on the smallest detail.” – Giorgio Armani

For more information on Piktochart and how to create cool infographics like mine, visited http://www.Piktochart.com.


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