We have gathered 20 Awesomely Designed Infographics and I’m sure that you’ll agree with us. In my view, in a new media age where kids have a short attention span, teachers should use infographics for at least 3 reasons. Firstly, it’s a great interactive way of making something boring look actually cool and fun. Secondly, the information from a cool infographic it’s easy to remember. Thirdly, through the power of graphic elements, it reaches a far wider audience. Even those not interested will look simply because they will be curious.

Nevertheless, below you’ll see some really interesting infographics. Most of them aren’t just amazingly designed, but they also are full of worth reading content. Trash, beer and motorcycle are both fun and informative. Nonetheless, you shouldn’t neglect  Doctor Who and Lego, at least for the sake of our childhood memories. Now, enjoy, be inspired and if you will like this article, then please share it with your friends or community! Many thanks! Cheers!

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Website Hosting Decisions

Rackspace UK Hosting

 

 

Colorado: The Beer Me State!

Spork Marketing

 

 

The Learning Power of LEGO

onlinecollege.org

 

Seven Motorcycle Safety Tips

Bisnar|Chase

The Manual Photography Cheat Sheet

 

 

Streamlining your Digital Life with the new iPad

InfoNewt

 

The Doctor Who Infographic (click for full view)

 

 

hotels.com Romance Survey

 

 

An Intimate Look at Infographics

 

 

The Deadliest Disease Outbreaks in History (click for full view)

 

 

Infographic Christmas Card from Australia

 

 

The Mighty Middle (click for full view)

 

 

Americans’ Evolving Taste for Booze (click for full view)

 

 

Views on the News (click for full view)

 

 

Declining Confidence in America’s Public Schools (click for full view)

 

 

Travel Restrictions ((click for full view)

 

 

Do College Freshmen…? (click for full view)

 

 

Haiti Aid (click for full view)

 

 

What’s In Your Trash?

Bolt Insurance

 

Could You Be a Failure?

 

Main source for the infographics: coolinfographics.com