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infographic

(Information Graphic) An illustration or chart that instructs or informs people. Infographics are used worldwide in every discipline from road maps and street signs to product ads. Theoretically, infographics are developed to make a subject easier to understand than by using only text; however, they are often created to make a subject less boring to read. See information visualization.

Text vs. Graphics
The points come across much better when the following text is rendered as an infographic:
*Brain at 20
*Lungs at 20
*Skin at 25
*Muscles at 30
*Hair at 30
*Eyes at 40
*Heart at 40
*Kidneys at 50
*Gut at 55
*Liver at 70

Much More Visceral
This infographic strikes home far more than the text alone. The Visme online presentation tool makes it easy to create eye-catching infographics. For more information, visit www.visme.co.
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