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The combination of images and data is eye-catching. More importantly the design of an infographic requires a greater depth of knowledge than simply guessing A, B, C, or D.
Below there are several web tools to help create a full infographic or a single image. However, I found a Word document works great for low-budget infographics. The the image format menu allows you to remove the background of an image and/or modify the color. You can put text in a textbox and move it wherever position you like. SmartArt and shapes give you more options and the zoom allows you to work with small details. I made an infographic of my class using Word as an example for my students. I saved it as a PDF file. I used PowerPoint and Google Docs to make an image and graph. The other images were edited in a separate Word document I used as a sketchpad. I formatted all the images and textboxes in front of text. My students will be making one on the Great Wall of China... I will definitely share the results.
Stat Planet--maps and graphs