Introduction: Study this infographic about School Breakfast and determine the infographic’s key parts and main idea.
Task 1: You will create a blog post of your interpretation of what an infographic is. Your blog post will include:
- an example (with citation) of an effective Infographic (post the infographic on your poster). Be sure to cite the infographic using easybib.
- a brief description of what an infographic is (in your own words)
- a list of the key parts
- the reason they are useful
- an explanation of what your analysis or the summary of what you learned from the infographic
The map of the London Underground rail system is not accurate. But passengers appreciate its design despite the fact that it does not reflect the true dimensions of a map. Check out this interactive map which compares 3 possible maps of the London Underground.
Answer these questions on this chart and post to Google Classroom:
- What is different about each of the maps?
- List the pros and cons of each map.
- Tell which map you would prefer to use as a passenger of the London Underground and why.
- How does the infographic communicate more clearly than written text or a single image?
- What was the process of creating your infographic?
- What advice would you give to other infographic designers before, during and after their creation?
- Category: IT Tag: Infographics
Blog.fluencymedia.com. 2013. Infographics, LEGO and Angry Olympians | This Week in Social Media | Fluency Media. [online] Available at: http://blog.fluencymedia.com/infographics-lego-and-angry-olympians-this-week-in-social-media/ [Accessed: 28 Oct 2013].