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immigration reform infographic

Efforts towards immigration reform have been repeatedly rebuffed time and time again. As of 2012, there were 11.4 million unauthorized immigrants living in the U.S. Check out our infographic to learn more about this hot-button issue.

prison camps

The U.S. spent $454 Million dollars in 2013 on Gitmo’s detention centers. Get a better grasp on Gitmo–from the history of prison camps to the financial, political and human toll it takes.

wage gap infographic

Female workers make 77 cents for every dollar that male workers make. Learn more about the wage gap in America and what’s being done about it.

Infographics for Dummies

July 1, 2014
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infographics for dummies by justin beegel

After 6-7 months of hard work, Infographic World is proud to announce the launch of our book, Infographic for Dummies. The book was a true team effort, spearheaded by Infographic World President Justin Beegel, but it came together because of the efforts of many people.
In the book you will find great information about things like:

The power of infographics
How to incorporate infographics into content strategy and communications
How best to build a concept and blueprint of what you plan on designing
Tips from the best infographic designers in the world on how to build them in Photoshop and Illustrator
How best to market and promote your infographic once it’s done

Thank you again to everyone to helped make this possible, including Kevin Hand and Jennifer Gaskin from our Infographic World team, Tonia Cowan, Marc Bain, and Eileen Glanton-Loftus.
You can find the book for purchase on Amazon
Below is our President, Justin Beegel, holding his first ever published book.


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