Make stunning designs with PicMonkey's infographic maker. Turn that way-too-long-to-share report into infographic gold, or condense a complex topic into an engaging and accessible work of art. Customize however you want with our easy-to-use design tools. Try for free today!
How to make an infographic
Choose a design you like from PicMonkey’s infographic templates.
Replace the photos in the template with your own pics, or choose from millions of professional stock photos or videos in our stock library. Customize your image's size, shape, color, and more with effects and editing tools.
Replace the text in the template with your own words, or add more text. Choose from hundreds of beautiful fonts, and customize the text's color and size, or try effects like curve or outline.
When you're finished designing, share your work by downloading to your computer, or exporting directly to social media or email. Your work will always autosave to our cloud storage so you can return to it at any time.
Make dynamic infographics with animation
PicMonkey Pro is packed with powerful tools — like animation — that let you create with maximum impact in mind.
Jiggle your graphics, float your text, drop in your charts — the choices are yours! Add effects and customize how they move within your infographic.
FAQs about making infographics
What is an infographic?
An infographic helps you present information in a concise and visually appealing way. It combines words (or numbers) AND visual elements. Think: perfect balance. Chances are you encounter infographics every day, even without realizing it!
When should I use an infographic?
Infographics have a variety of use cases (and PicMonkey's infographic templates cover 'em all). Consider putting one together if you want to summarize important information, raise awareness around a cause, provide step-based info, simplify a complex process, or share data in an eye-catching visual format.
What is an infographic for students?
Infographics are powerful education tools, especially where students' visual literacy is concerned. If you're on the lookout for infographics to study, opt for those that are appealing in design but will also challenge students' critical thinking skills (same goes for if you're designing one yourself!).
Making an infographic with PicMonkey
We’re living in a time when you can get info about anything you want within half a second of Googling your question. Once we find the info we need, how do we present it in a way that’s easy to digest? Infographics are the obvious choice — a snapshot of data that includes graphics, statistics, and supporting content. So let's get to making an infographic of your very own.