Infographics are at the heart of a good marketing campaign. They have gained a lot of attention over the past few months due to their appeal to a variety of people and potential customers. If done correctly, you can capture both mobile users and traditional desktop users in a way that guarantees your success.
Do you have an idea for an infographic but don’t know what to do with it yet?
Do you have a need for an infographic designer? Have you tried to create your infographic but are not pleased with the results? Don’t feel bad. Not everyone is cut out to create artistic graphic art. It’s a highly specialized artistic talent that some people possess more than others.
Time is Money
You may also not have the time to create your infographic. If that is the case, we have scoured the web to show you several high-quality website services for infographics that may help you find an infographic designer for your business projects.
However, at the same time, we want to make it clear that we want your business more than anything else. The sole purpose of providing these additional examples and resources, is to show the actual legwork, stress and costs of trying to save a few dollars and going with a freelance designer that you actually don’t know.
We’ve seen this time and time again, and hear from customers all that time that tried to save a few dollars by going with a “cheap infographic designer”… only to find out they wasted more time and money versus going with someone professional and direction like us!
Freelance Designers on Upwork
Many small, medium, and large-sized businesses have come to rely on the skills of an independent freelancer to do their artistic and creative work for them. Upwork, formerly known as Elance.com, an Amazon company, has reorganized their site to include even more options for your freelance projects.
You can find a graphic or infographic designer by visiting Upwork.com. The site, like any freelance site, is run by bidding on jobs.
If you have a project you want done, you would just put up the information that you wanted so that you could hire the best designer for your needs. While some of the hourly rates might seem low or quite competitive, you will also need to consider that you will be working one-on-one with the designer and not have the same type of correspondence or result versus if you were working with a professional design agency.
Quicksprout Reference Guide
Quicksprout offers a variety of different resources to find an infographic designer that you can select from via various websites. Quicksprout itself is just an online educational site that shows you various options on hiring an infographic design team.
As mentioned earlier, there are plenty of job sites and resources out there, but with the potential of saving a few dollars, will also come the costs of more time and management.
Dribbble.com (and yes, it’s with 3 “b’s,”) offers a list of talented infographic designers directly on their site. There is a premium cost of $20 per month to be a member that you will need to pay to hire designers. They are set up similar to Fiverr, but they seem to offer a higher degree of quality in general.
Feel free to browse their website and see how they can help you and compare it to the samples on Fiverr. You will always pay far less on Fiverr but make sure and search well to get the best designers.
If you are interested in a software solution that you could implement yourself, try this site from Creativebloq.com. They offer several solutions that you can use to create your own infographic that may serve to make the process easier.
There is a slight learning curve with all of these solutions, but you may find it much easier than attempting to create your infographic from scratch.
A Better Solution
If you have already tried some of our mentioned online software solutions, attempted to create your infographics from scratch or to hire it out with a freelance independent contractor and have had no results, consider your options for working alongside a professional infographic design team.
You can look at it this way: Everything comes down to time or money. As a business owner and entrepreneur, you constantly have to analyze and look at what you are doing to determine if you are spending more time or more money with the solution you have chosen.
Then you must determine which is better-to save time or money.
If you save money by doing it yourself or hiring a cheaper infographic designer to do it, you may enjoy the lack of expense you create in doing this. But what is your result?
If you create an infographic through one of these avenues, you will spend more time than money learning the system as well. So you have to decide whether it is more important to save time or money.
The Best of Both Worlds
If you would like to save both time and money, perhaps we have a better solution, At InfographicDesignTeam.com, we have the technology, expertise, and tools to create the perfect infographics at a reasonable cost.
We offer the following services:
- Infographic design: static and interactive
- Social media graphics
- Video infographics
We’re here to help
Whatever you need for your business, we can help with it. We have years of experience in all of the above services and areas of expertise. When you hire us to do your infographics, you can rest assured that we know what we are doing.
You don’t have to worry whether or not we get what your business is about. We will offer you sound advice on how your infographic can best be done, but we believe that the customer knows more about their products and services than we do. So we work with the customers to help determine the best designs and course of action.
Check out our portfolio then contact us to get an estimate of the cost, the turnaround time, and other aspects of our services. We will be happy to help you reach your goals in creating your infographics.
Think about what your goals are for your company. What do you want to say in your infographic? A great infographic starts with a visual concept of design and ends with a smooth integration of information and text that easily complements your business and your concepts.
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