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A few weeks ago, I was prompted by one of the Policy Forward consultants to look into the efficacy of infographics relative to that of textual information. The consultant expressed that they believed the graphics may detract from more elaborate textual language, seeing as infographics’ information sharing capacity is limited by the space of a screen and often only convey a few points of information. Others in the meeting chimed in to suggest that perhaps the graphics would work to support textual information, or were more easily understood by an array of audiences. I, intrigued by the varying opinions, sought out to better understand this topic......

Written by: Lucas Liberty

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