4 Starter Tips for Creating Infographics


By: Sarah Marczynski

Infographics are everywhere right now.  A good one is quick to read, gives you the facts and figures clearly, and has some whimsy through the theme or the graphics that are used.

Thinking about creating one for your next program book or solicitation letter?  Check out this post from Network for Good’s blog by Melissa Raimondi that shares four steps critical to making a successful infographic. Doing some of the research, data mining, and visualizing before putting mouse to screen can speed up your creative creation and make the final product much easier to read and share.

4 Steps to Making an Infographic for Your Nonprofit

After reading Network for Good’s post, check out my post on artshacker.com that shows you step-by-step how to use piktochart.com to create your awesome infographic.

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Sarah Marczynski
Sarah joined the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera in 2010 working with the Marketing and Development staffs and quickly became interested in community engagement and education. She holds a Master’s of Public Administration focusing in Nonprofit Arts Management from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where her capstone and other work under Dr. Christopher Horne examined attendance patterns in high-art cultural institutions and network relationships between local arts agencies and cultural partners. She also holds a Bachelor’s of Vocal Music Education from UTC, where she studied under Dr. Kevin Ford and Ron Ulen. Sarah has been active in the Chattanooga arts community, serving as the founding chair of the Chattanooga Young Artistic Network (CYAN), graduating from the Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute, and working with the Chattanooga Boys Choir, the Choral Arts Society, the Hunter Museum of American Art, the Chattanooga Bach Choir. Outside of the arts world, Sarah pretends to be an excellent cook (but she's broken 2 ovens), reads Jane Austen novels, and watches way too much House of Cards.
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