CanvaCanva is kind of like the WordPress of document design. It makes creating content or materials very accessible to those with little or no formal training. Just choose the infographic you like and customize it with simple drag and drop options. You can find the templates in the “blogging and ebooks” section. There are lots of free options, however if you are looking to create different types of documents often, you may want to consider their “For Work” subscription.
VennageVenngage also offers drag and drop templates. While there is a free option on this site, you are first required to publish your infographic to their “community page” after which you can click “share” to access social links. The catch is that your link will point to the vennage page where your creation is parked. To export the image you’ll need to upgrade to a paid subscription starting at $19 per month.
FreePikFreePik is a great resource for vector graphics and photos. There are lots of editable infographics that are completely free to use with an attribution or via a paid subscription. Keep in mind you’ll need access to a design program to edit files ending in .ai and .eps. If you don’t have Adobe programs, there are free open-source and low cost options available online.
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