Infographics

Canva – A browser-based graphic design tool with a drag-and-drop infographic creator. Lots of templates to get you started and you can download your finished creation as a jpg, png or pdf. [Free]

easel.ly – A website that features free infographic templates and design objects which users can customize to create and share visual ideas. Finished inforgraphics can be exported as jpegs or pdfs. Easy to use with a drag and drop interface, it can lack flexibility, and there are limitations on what it allows you to do. [Free]

The Noun Project and Flaticon – Both of these are libraries of free to use icons, which can be really handy when you want to create your own infographics. The icons are released under Creative Commons licences, so you will need to provide attribution to the icon creator if you use their icon. [Free]

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