- Infographic skills
- Choosing the colors and graph type
- Creating styles
- Using symbols
- Creating a timeline
- Building different kinds of charts and graphs
- Extending Illustrator charts
- Exporting your infographics
- Working with data
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Tony] Infographics are everywhere and the demand for competent infographic skills as a designer is increasing. Developing the skills to create effective graphics, deal with standard and/or customized charts as well as to manage large documents are essential in getting to grips with making infographics that really work. Illustrator is an excellent tool to build your infographics elements and there are a number of tricks and handy techniques that can be used to create slick charts and illustrations to make your infographics amazing. My name is Tony Harmer and I have an established track record in helping designers like you get to grips with creating infographics in Illustrator. So come along with me, and join this LinkedIn Learning course all about creating infographics in Illustrator.
Data Visualization: Best Practiceswith Amy Balliett1h 15m Beginner
Prerequisite advice2m 51s
1. Designing Infographics
2. Infographics Skills
3. Making Charts and Graphs
4. Extending Illustrator Charts
5. Pulling It All Together
6. Export Options
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