This morning I was reading more about a upcoming neat service called Visual.ly that will offer awesome charting tools for almost any situation.
Visual.ly contains three main components. First, itâ€...
™s a search engine for web-based infographics. Second, itâ€™s a silo of data from government agencies, non-profits and other research- and data-focused entities. Third, Visual.ly is a web-based platform for creating infographics of your own â€” no graphic design experience or software required.
Currently, you can use Visual.lyâ€™s Twitter tool to generate infographics based on yours and othersâ€™ Twitter usage. I thought I would try a face-off between Zazzle and Cafepress, both large customized printing companies. The results were surprisingly close despite Zazzle having more followers.
I can only imagine the possibilities of this infographic solution and look forward to Visual.lyâ€™s launch.
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