These posters, designed by SLI’s Cindy Graville, can be printed out and put up in classrooms to support students’ thinking about data visualization, storytelling, and graphic design for infographics.
Overall Infographic Design Guidelines
|Project Diagram||An overview of the infographic creation process from start to submission that touches on ideation, data, and design.|
|Revision Cycle||This diagram gives an overview of the process students use to research, visualize, and revise infographics based on feedback, with associated driving questions about personal concerns, societal concerns, and scientific issues.|
|Make your infographic Visual||This diagram describes three different aspects of using visualization in infographics: to describe ideas, to explore data and to link parts of the overall story through design elements.|
Four-part Infographic Creation Guidelines
These posters provide guidelines for creating infographics in three broad categories (Make it Matter, Find Credibility and Give Credit and Show What You Mean), then provide more detail on each with student-created infographics as examples.
|Make it Matter|
|Find Credibility, and Give Credit|
|Show What You Mean p.1|
|Show What You Mean p.2|
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