Infographics are really cool and a lot of people love them because they’re attractive, interesting, and fun to learn from. It just makes sense that infographics get’s socially “liked” more than regular and traditional articles.
In today’s social networking age, people love to talk about data, like presidential approval ratings, how the public feels about certain issues, TV ratings, and so on. And what better way to for viewers to visualize and absorb those data easily but to present them graphically using infographics. And of course, like any other designs, there are bad and good infographics. We featured a few good ones before in our “2009-2010 Best of Infographics” roundup. That should fairly give you an idea how good infographics look like.
And to help you create your own infographic design, we’ve rounded up a few free infographic design elements in vector format to get you started. These freebies contain various elements in different styles that are great for any infographic design needs, such as websites, presentations, ads, brochures, posters etc.