Here Are Some Of The Best Free Infographic Tools Available!

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If you're trying to communicate complex data to customers and clients, chances are you're going to have to turn to the world of infographics to help do so.


The best infographics are not just visually appealing, but they make it super easy for anyone looking at them to understand precisely what's going on.


But it's not always easy to create elegant and informative infographics, which is why we were stoked to see that Creative Bloq have put together a fantastic list of the best free infographic tools around!


Here's just a few tools for you to check out alongside a description thanks to the clever clogs at Creative Bloq:



Canva is a powerful and easy-to-use online tool that's suitable for all manner of design tasks, from brochures to presentations and much more besides. It also offers users a vast library of images, icons, fonts and features to choose from.



Infogram is a great free tool with a wide variety of graphs, charts and maps as well as the ability to upload pictures and videos to create cool infographics. You enter and edit the data that makes up the infographic in an Excel-style tool, the contents of which are reflected in your design. The software will automatically change the look of the infographic to perfectly represent your data, too.

When you're happy with your infographic you can publish it to the Infogram website for all to enjoy, embed it into your own website, or share it via social media.



Adioma offers users a range of generative templates: you pick a basic template (such as timeline, grid, or cycle), then the infographics build themselves around the text you supply, and adjust as you add or remove information. That means you don't have to spend time adjusting and realigning your infographic. There's also a template switching feature that lets you compare how the same data would look like in different formats. 


This infographic building tool includes a range of templates, large library of icons, and colour palettes, and you can also upload your own images and icons to work with. There are three price plans to choose from – more expensive options include an expanded resource library, improved download options and the ability to upload more of your own content.



You can find another 10 great free infographic tools over at Creative Bloq!