One common misconception about creating infographics is that more is better. The more data, the better! The more eye-popping design, the better! Make those charts as complex as can be, turn that bar chart into a circle to make it more interesting… or just come up with a whole new type of chart that no one understands.
It doesn’t have to be this way. If your data tells a good story, sometimes all you need is a simple chart – one single chart – to tell it. No need to add more facts and figures, simply to expand on the argument — or to garnish everything with flashy images and eye-popping illustrations.
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Ever needed to come up with a quick chart but didn’t have the appropriate tool at hand?
Despair of hand-drawn monstrosities that don’t present that professional air?
Sick of writing in faux ad-speak?
Than try Lovely Charts. Does exactly what it says on the tin.
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