Infographics are a fantastic way to communicate information. I often recommend them instead of lengthier modules when the target audience already knows the content but needs an update on process or policy. Infographics have a POW factor that makes them suitable and susceptible to social viral marketing. In healthcare, I've found infographics to be particularly effective with busy physicians who avoid training that takes too much time away from patient care and appreciate the efficiency of infograhics.
These have been created in either Visme or Canva for a grad school project, for a job-related project, or both. The graphics are either stock graphics, graphics I created from scratch, or a combination of the two.
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This fun infographic was created after a number of incidents brought to light that many hadn't been trained on the correct process and the consequences of short-cuts. It's not a very exciting topic, but injecting a little humor in the visuals made it memorable and talked about by staff as if it were a little bit of viral education. Except for the characters, I created all of the graphics in Adobe Photoshop so that I could make them look like the real thing (e.g., Parafilm, specimen jars, tube containers, etc).