Create Your Own Infographics for Free with Adobe Spark

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You can get a huge amount of information across concisely and with maximum impact by creating eye-catching infographics. Modern consumers are browsing more web content than ever before, and they often don’t have the time or the patience to read large chunks of text. But by getting your messages across with the help of diagrams, images and illustrations, you can capture the attention of your target audience in a way straight text never can. Use Adobe Spark as a powerful infographic maker, and create viral content that is perfect for social media.

Deliver your infographic with style

Adobe Spark Post puts the power of design in your hands — without the need for design skills or programming knowledge. Add your own text and images with just a few clicks of a mouse, and see the results instantly. Grab the attention of your customers by selecting eye-catching fonts, color schemes, backgrounds and various other design elements. Adobe Spark allows you to create infographics that are as unique as they are effective. If you have a specific vision of what your infographic should look like, you can start your design from scratch. But if your priority is to design it as quickly and easily as possible, Adobe Spark Post gives you the opportunity to select a ready-made template — featuring most of the design elements you need to create an infographic. It’s then up to you whether you stick with what you have, or change images, colors, backgrounds, text and fonts to suit your needs.

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How to make an infographic in minutes

  1. Select a size for your infographic

    Start the design process by selecting a size and layout for your infographic. Adobe Spark Post gives you dozens to choose from; “Portrait,” “Tall” and “Poster” are particularly suited to infographics.

  2. Choose illustrative and eye-catching icons

    Infographics require eye-catching and descriptive icons in order to inform and engage in the most concise way possible. Adobe Spark includes hundreds of icons, all of which you can resize and fill with color.

  3. Add some impactful images

    Give your infographic its own identity by adding some photos. Import your own images with a click of a button, or choose from a selection provided by Adobe Spark.

  4. Choose a font and add some informative text

    Share your information by typing it directly onto your infographic. You can then resize and relocate the text, or make changes to its font, color, opacity and background.

  5. Share or download your infographic

    Once you’re happy with the infographic you’ve created, you have the option of sharing it immediately with customers and colleagues on social media. Alternatively, download it to your computer instantly as a JPEG or PNG.

Create unique infographics with custom tools

Your infographics should represent the values of your brand or organization, so generic templates won’t suffice. Adobe Spark allows you to make changes to every aspect of your design — from text style to background color. As a result, it’s easy to create an infographic that looks completely unique. Play around with all of the various tools until you’re happy with what you see in the preview panel.

Why use Spark as your infographic creator?

While there are some automated infographic makers online, they offer very limited functionality — so the results are all very similar. And if you were to ask a professional design company to create your infographics, the cost would be significant. The great thing about using Adobe Spark as a free infographic maker is its ease of use. Without any coding or design skills, you can create bespoke visuals that deliver information in the most engaging way possible. You don’t have to use your marketing budget, and you remain in charge of the design process while sitting at your own desk. Adobe Spark gives you all the tools you need to create unique and impactful infographics. Try it for free, and take the first step towards designing your own viral content.

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