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7 Best Free Tools to Design Infographics

Free Tools to Design Infographics

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Can you imagine how boring can be a piece of content without any graphic? Images and graphics make content more attractive and enhance the user experience.

Whether it’s an article, any advertisement, or any kind of web page, a visual graphic always adds an extra boost to your affords in your content creation.

The importance of Infographics is at its peak. So there are many tools in the market which you use for designing an infographic, logo, cover image, social media posts, cards, banner, and brochures, etc.

If you are also looking for easy and free tools to design infographics, here is the list of tools you can consider.

1. Canva

Canva

I’ll add Canva only first place in this list without any doubt. I am using this tool for many years and I would say it’s extremely easy to use. Canva has a lot of templates, graphics, icons, and extra features to create graphics.

You can create logos, infographics, blog post banner, social media images, banners, card and anything else.

  • Features: Lots of templates, icons, and graphics
  • Pricing: Free and Paid
  • Flexibility: Easy to use
  • Time: Average of 30 minutes to create an infographic

2. Picktochart

piktochart

The 2nd option is to none other than Picktochart. They are in the industry for a long time and since then they are improving their tools to make a better experience.

You can create an eye-catching infographic within no time. If you are a first time user of Picktochart, It can take a little time but once you finish designing 1-2 infographics, you’ll find it easy and another best option to go with.

  • Features: 1000s of beautiful templates for infographics, Social media graphics, presentations, reports, flyers, and posters.
  • Pricing: Free and Paid
  • Flexibility: Easy to use
  • Time: Average 30-40 minutes to create an infographic

3. Visme

Visme

Visme is making its presence very fast. I was looking for an alternative to Canva when I found this tool. They are easy to use and have lots of graphics and icons to use.

The only thing that this tool is lacking is, most of the well-designed templates are the premium. If you love to design a visual in your own way, this tool is one you must try once.

  • Features: Beautiful graphics, data images, and icon to choose from
  • Pricing: Free and Paid
  • Flexibility: Easy to use
  • Time: Approximately 40 minutes to design an eye-catching visual.

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4. Venngage

Venngage

With thousands of custom template, Venngage offers you easy to use editor tool to design your infographics, social media posts, cover images and other stuff you want.

They have a wide range of clip-art, icons, data charts and other design elements to choose from. With only a few steps you’ll end up creating a beautiful visual for your blog, social media, business or any other purpose.

  • Features: Lot of icons and other stuff to choose from
  • Pricing: Free, Premium and business
  • Flexibility: Easy to use (A little bit slow)
  • Time: 30-50 minutes

5. easel.ly

easel.ly

As the name indicates, easel.ly is a free and easy to use design tool that will help you create an eye-catching and designs for your social media, blog, and any other purpose.

The basic plan of easel.ly has limited access to illustrations and images created by pro designers.

However, if you want to try its pro version to unlock these millions of icons, templates, images, it will cost you only $4/month.

I didn’t try its paid version but created a few graphics with the basic plan. My experience was good with this tool. If you want some unique design, use this tool at least once.

  • Features: Millions of stock images, icons, and templates
  • Pricing: Free and Paid
  • Flexibility: Easy to use
  • Time: 30-45 minutes

6. Infogram

Infogram

Infogram is a popular chart maker mainly used to create reports, graphs, maps, infographics and other charts without any coding skills. It offers 1000s of free and paid templates to choose from for your design.

With the basic plan, you can create up to 10 designs with limited access to the templates and other animated objects.

  • Features: Best for making charts and reports
  • Pricing: Free and Paid
  • Flexibility: Need a little bit of practice to use effectively
  • Time: 40-60 minutes

7. Biteable

Biteable

I used this tool several times for making videos online. If you are creative and love making videos and visuals, they have great collections of templates for videos and infographics as per your requirements.

The tool is highly customizable and interesting to use. I personally spend a lot of hours making videos and infographics with this tool.

With their free plan, you can only create limited projects. Hence there are lots of other limitations with the free plan.

  • Features: You can create free videos as well
  • Pricing: Free and Paid
  • Flexibility: Not that easy, you need to practice to use it effectively
  • Time: 45-60 minutes

So I am ending it here but the numbers are not that limited. There are few more good tools are available to design infographics. I mentioned only tools that I used personally and feel a good fit to mention in this list.

Let me know your favorite tool by commenting below.

Happy Designing!!

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