We all are familiar with the term infographics and we all notice infographics daily – from daily newspapers to online sites. Infographics give their producers a chance to reinforce their brand, market themselves to a new audience, self-promote, push more search traffic their way, build more links that lead back to their site and increase overall search rankings. It’s not rocket science how infographics have become such a hot commodity in the online world. Today we will write about infographics books.
Cool Infographics: Effective Communication with Data Visualization and Design by Randy Krum
Randy Krum is the founder and president of data visualization and Infographics Company called InfoNewt wrote a book called Cool Infographics. This innovative infographic book presents the design process and the best software tools for creating infographics. Book includes a special section on how to construct the increasingly popular infographics even for your CV, book covers, markets, and business.
• Explaining how infographics and data visualization works
• Shares tools and techniques how to make a good infographics
• Explores the many internal business uses of infographics, including board meeting presentations, annual reports, consumer research statistics, marketing strategies, business plans, and visual explanations of products and services to your customers.
• Covers online infographics used for marketing.
Infographics Designers’ Sketchbooks
by Steven Heller and Rick Landers
More than fifty of the world’s leading graphic designers and illustrators open up their private sketchbooks to offer a rare glimpse of their creative processes. Using a wide variety of techniques, they transform complex ideas into clear, engaging, and memorable infographics. While stimulating, these finished projects offer little insight into how visual solutions were reached, making them of limited use to designers wanting to produce work of their own.
Infographics: Designing & Visualizing Data
by Wang Shaoqiang
In a world shaped by waves of information, it is of vital importance to develop effective strategic methods of making key data stand out to its target audience. Infographics, which are now used regularly by organizations worldwide, have become a key method for achieving this aim. This book is a comprehensive reference guide for this vital technique.
Information Graphics (Infographic book) by
This unique infographic book presents a fascinating perspective on the subject, highlighting the work of the masters of the profession who have created a number of breakthroughs that have changed the way we communicate. Considering complex variety of data floating around us, sometimes the best or only way to communicate is visually. It’s not designed just for professionals; it’s for anyone who’s interested in the history and practice of communicating visually. Infographic book is illustrated with more than 60 images; looking back all the way to primitive cave paintings just on first part. Second part of the book is entirely dedicated to contemporary works by today’s most renowned professionals, presenting 200 graphics projects, with over 400 examples.
What infographic book shall I buy ?
When we sum all up what we have read today comes to question: “What book shall I buy?” Answer is simple. For whatever book the above you choose you will not go wrong. All books are educational, fun and interesting. In each book you will find everything you need to learn how to recognize and make good infographics.