I’ve recently been hired to create some infographics for writers to place with their articles. Here’s an example for Entrepreneur Magazine.
The article is centered around transforming a business from a “legacy organization” to a “legendary organization” and the updating of strategic thinking to keep up with technology and online communities of today.
Infographics, as a general rule, should be simple and easy to follow in terms of message. They’re a quick visual summary of a bigger picture (so to speak) and should communicate the larger concepts in succinct graphic representations. Style is not necessarily predetermined, and a designer has certain freedoms in that regard.