Spread the Number

Make stunning infographics in a snap with Infogr.am

The context: infographics exploded on the web recently: company growth and metrics, sociological analysis, preposterous but funny figures… It spreads faster, better, and stronger, and its good for the brand and for the one who designed it.

The toolinfogr.am offers you the possibility to make your own infographic, without any design or photoshop expertise.

A few templates, in which you can include datas, pictures and words, a bit of imagination, and you have a perfect, slick and complete graphic.

Where it’s headed: the tool itself and its interface are great. And new templates (some of them probably premium) are on the way.
But you’ll never get the level of detail and cohesion with your brand that a pro designer can bring, althought it’s great for a quick but efficient presentation limited to a quite small circle.

What if infographics become out of fashion, though?

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Interactive and animated graphics!
Unlike usual infographics, most of them static, Infogr.ams are made for sharing. Interactivity (zoom on a figure for example) and animation are great additions to infographics.

The possibilities of different types of graphics and/or integration of your owns are still very limited. Meaning you won’t beat professionnal designers at their own game. Yet…
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Your own data Safety Box

Register everything you see on the web and digest it

Discover Archify.

It’s like a super-history of your browsing, that you keep on your computer, in which you can search for this cute kitty picture you saw somewhere (but where?). When you face the ton loads of news and links you see every day, it’s good to know someone is taking care of remembering it for you, just in case you need it…

All you need is to install a browser extension that will keep track of every move (except on banks and porn sites…).

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Having a place where you can find your favorites, your likes, and even your browsing history is just a requirement in today’s world, don’t you think?

The huge amount of data collected by Archify would benefit from more filters and organisation features.
A few stats on it would be a great bonus, too.