A new course from Adobe Software Trainer and Instructor Sally Cox delivers top-notch instructions on designing an infographic. In the course, How to Design Great Infographics, Cox covers font selection, setting up the layout, arranging content and selecting your color palette. This course is for those who already have their data and want to transform that data into an eye-catching, educational infographic.
As luck would have it, I managed to get a sneak peek of the lessons from the How to Design Great Infographics course. And I’m sharing one of the lessons with you.
Choosing Your Color Schemes for Infographics:
Watch below for sound advice on choosing your colors:
I’m super excited about this course and can’t wait to view the other lessons. The course syllabus can be found here.
Cox brings her colorful life and experience into this course. Prior to owning her own company, Kreatable, she worked 12 years in electronic pre-press/printing and painting sets/designing props for the “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” television show (WQED-TV, Pittsburgh). She also traveled the globe for 13 years as a very successful Adobe software trainer. Her passion for design is evident in her lessons.
Looking for more color inspiration? Check out 100 Years of Color. This beautiful book showcases 100 carefully chosen images from the graphic arts, each representing a color palette from every year of the 20th century. The selection includes images from magazines, book covers, advertisements, posters, illustrations and postcards. Every image has a distinctive, inspirational color scheme, and the book displays these on the facing pages as a practical reference.