Most people know that an infographic is a way to explain any situation or problem in a visual way that makes it attractive. However, many people do not know that there are different types of infographics that you chose from according to your requirement or need.

In this article, we will provide you with insight regarding different kinds of infographics, and it will help you in designing your future infographics.


Just as the name suggests, it is a form of an infographic that incorporates different graphs and charts format. This type of infographic comes handy when you need to show many statistics to your viewers quickly.


It is one of the most common types of infographics, and it portrays list-based data or informational visual. This form of infographics mainly relies on information gathered and do not require much graphical representation. While designing this kind of infographic, an attractive colour scheme and a few icons can quickly drive the message home.


In this type of infographics, you usually show how something has evolved over the course of time. This infographic can incorporate different graphical elements, icons, and images to represent different data points spread out over time. It can help you show your company’s history or the evolution of various products w.r.t. time.

  1. HOW-TO

This type of infographic shows the main steps involved in creating something e.g. you can show steps to create an attractive infographic through this sort of “infographic”.


This type may seem similar to the “how-to” infographics, but it is distinct in the fact that it explicitly incorporates a process of something i.e. usually a decision-making process. Process infographics also referred as decision-tree or flowchart.


If you want to compare two brands or two different products for similarities or difference or relative advantages, then this type of infographic is your best bet. It is easy to compare two things visually as compared to long texted paragraphs.


You can use location infographics when you need to show trends across regions or nation e.g. if you want to communicate population of Muslims around the globe visually, then spread out the map and show populations in certain areas (numerically).


This infographic is a bi-product of photos or pictures and graphical elements such as text, icons, simple line charts, etc. This type of infographics seems extremely pleasing to the eyes as it combines unique visual formats creatively.


This kind of infographics organises information according to levels such as level of difficulty or level of importance, etc.


As its name implies, this type of infographic incorporates a single chart. If we compare it with mixed-chart infographics, then this one works better when you have to show views and shares of social media platforms.

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