About Us

Types of Infographics is a free infographic directory that focuses on showcasing, promoting and sharing different types of quality infographics. Infographic is the abbreviation for “information graphics” and it is a form of data visualization. It means that data and information are presented in a graphic and visual way.

Seeing data in pictures, helps to make a topic easier and quicker to understand. It can also be a great way to promote a brand on the web.

 

Our Goal

Our goal is to show interesting and informative infographics that can be really useful both to people searching to understand a certain topic and also to those looking for examples to try and build an infographic themselves.

We have categorised infographics by topics and types so that what you need is easier to find.

Most companies and persons will search for infographics based on a topic (for example, cars or business).

On the other hand people in the process of creating an infographic, such as graphic designers, will search for infographics by type (for example, Timeline infographic, Flowchart Infographic) as those are based on the way information is grouped and displayed in design to transmit information.

If you have made an infographic and would like to submit it, visit our free infographic submission page.

You can contact us anytime for comments and questions

Types of Infographics is a free infographic directory that focuses on showcasing, promoting and sharing different types of quality infographics.

Our goal is to show interesting and informative infographics that can be really useful both to people searching to understand a certain topic (infographics by topic) and also to those looking for examples to try and build an infographic themselves (infographics by type).

You can also submit your infographic for others to view.

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