An Infographic on Nonprofit Infographics

| June 27, 2017

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Communication is evolutionary. Before we learned how to read and write, we learned how to speak. And before we learned how to speak, we learned how to hear and see. So from a purely scientific perspective, it’s not difficult to understand why visual content is so engaging. It stimulates our most primal senses. It’s no secret that infographics have exploded on social media within the last five to 10 years. But divulging information within a visual context is no new thing.

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