Why Infographics?

Articles with images get 94% more total views (1)
If a picture is worth a thousand words, consider an infographic being worth a novel.
83%
of human learning occurs visually (3)
Learning Occurs Visually
Infographics are easily shared on social sites
People are 30 times more likely to read an infographic than a text article. (2)
People are far more likely to read an infographic than text
People are 30 times more likely to read an infographic than a text article. (2)

Why Responsive
Design?

The full internet is both desktop and mobile
Desktop computers enjoy responsive infographics as well
Mobile is now served correctly
Americans access the internet 28% more often from smartphones than desktops and usage continues to rise.

Did You Know?

There are more than 230 screen sizes available in different devices.
Many designs don't work on different screen sizes
How do we make something that looks great on all of them? Lemonly responsive infographics. From mobile to desktop.
Instead of creating hundreds of layouts, create one layout that fits itself automatically on the screen it is displayed. (4)
Responsive designs work everywhere!
This is called “responsive design”

Mobile-Friendly

Mobile usage will soon surpass desktop
Mobile internet usage is predicted to overtake desktop internet usage by 2014. (5)

SEO-Friendly

Responsive sites have one URL and the same HTML, regardless of device, which makes it easier and more efficient for Google to crawl, index, and organize content. (5)

Responsive
Infographics

  • no more zooming on images no zooming
  • Content is real, which is great for SEO SEO friendly
  • Everything is interactive interactive
  • HTML loads much faster than a high res image loads quickly
Responsive design is the future of infographics.
Responsive infographics are very SEO friendly, look great on every device, and have the ability to have lightweight animation and interactive elements.