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HOW we create

Cheers to our patented “lemons-to-lemonade” recipe.

Infographic services

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1. Start by gathering a whole bunch of lemony-fresh data, and squeeze the essence into an industrial-grade copywriter. Add a sugar cube.

2. Bring to a boil to create concise copy, and let sit with the client for one to two days. Set aside some of the mixture for microcontent.

3. Incorporate coloring, illustrative sweetness, and the highly classified secret ingredient our employees guard with their lives: organization.

4. When prepared, allow a designer to stir up a bit of their magic. At this stage, take safety precautions and ensure that dropping jaws are properly secured.

5. Serve to the client for taste testing. Through multiple rounds — but not too many, we’re not in college anymore — engineer the perfect infographic.

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WHO works with us

You might have heard of one or two of our infographic clients.

Marriott
MLB
Johnson & Johnson
The GRAMMYs
National September 11 Memorial & Museum
Samsung
United Nations Foundation
Discover
Pfizer
Netflix
Green Bay Packers
CLIF Bar
Under Armour
National Parks Conservation Association
Lego
Greatist
Dove
World Health Organization
Energizer
Entrepreneur Magazine
General Electric
Kodak
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
Cargill
Autodesk
World Bank
Huggies
Char-Broil
athenahealth
CEB
Riot Games
Creative Commons
Sanford Health
Charles Schwab
Canon

WHAT we make

Infographics can take on a few different shapes and sizes.
Click a type to learn more.

Static
Animated
Interactive

Static infographics come in three packages. First, there’s the format you might know best, what we call classics. These beauties are like a delicious glass of lemonade with a punch.

In other cases, static infographics can be more pint- or poster-sized. These little shots of limoncello are called microcontent. They can link from social media to a larger piece of content, or they can accompany a blog post.

Static infographics can also help to comprise larger, in-depth reports. These pitchers of pink lemonade are most often delivered to clients as PDFs and are chock full of easily understood info and compelling illustrations.

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We make two kinds of animated infographics: They can be short videos, which help to break down complex topics. These feats of motion design, our glasses of sparkling lemonade, are brewed to excite your audience and quench their thirst for info.

Or to catch eyes in a social feed, animated infographics can also be beautiful GIFs with smooth transitions and pops of color. Like a lemon drop martini, these mini movies establish companies as fun and engaging.

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Lastly, our interactive infographics can be first presented as one-page websites. With animations and responsive design, these projects offer our most immersive and web-friendly work type. They’re like our entire lemonade stand, offering a whole menu of experiences.

And finally, interactive infographics can also be embeds, which include timelines, maps, quizzes, and more. These boast their own dynamic zest but can be placed within another page. Think of them as the lemonade in an Arnold Palmer.

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WHY they return

Why do our clients keep coming back?
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WHERE it all began

Our HQ is in Sioux Falls, S.D. Want to have a guess where that is?