7 Infographics on the Royal Wedding of Prince William & Kate Middleton
Want to learn more about the upcoming royal wedding of Prince William and Catherine (Kate) Middleton? These seven infographics cover everything from fairytale royal weddings to royal wedding costs compared to the average wedding.
Looking for data for your infographics? Definitely take a look at the following informational databases and resources.Google Public Data offers a students, journalists, policy makers and everyone else tools to create visualizations of public data, link to them, or embed them in their own webpages. Their current datasets include financial, demographic, health, and other information from different regions around the world.
The following are design tools that will help you create visually appealing infographics.Hohli is an online chart generator to create pie charts of various sizes with color customization as well.Tableau Software is the creator of Tableau Desktop, based on breakthrough technology from Stanford University that lets you drag & drop to analyze data. You can connect to data in a few clicks, then visualize and create interactive dashboards with a few more.
The following are infographic designers that I have come across while checking out infographics to add to the directory.Infographiclabs, a joint venture between Splashpress Media (one of the largest indie online publication networks) and IOIX (one of the leading web marketing firms in Japan), specialises in creating popular informational graphics. See their portfolio for more examples of their work.
There are two important rules when grabbing infographics off of the Infographics Online Directory.The first golden rule of infographic sharing is to not hotlink the images on your site to this site's server. Simply download the image to your hard drive by right clicking on it and saving the image to your own PC to be uploaded on your own webserver.Or you can also go to the source URL (below the infographic) and see if they offer an embed code, which usually looks like this: