1. Visualize.Me (Linked In Sign In)
This infographic generator creates a unique and visually powerful electronic resume using your LinkedIn account to auto populate your information and organize it. Features include different layouts and color schemes as well as embed code possibilities.
2. Easel.ly (Google Sign-In)
Creating nearly any time of infographic is made super simple with Easel.ly. Handfuls of free, easy-to-use templates are available and everything is customizable and movable! Use lots of built-in generic images or upload your own before finalizing your infographic. PDF generation capability. Pro features available.
3. Piktochart (Google Sign-In)
Very similar to Easel.ly. Although fewer free templates are available, some different tools are available, including a customizable map with copy/paste from Excel capabilities. Drafts auto-save. Rendering is simple and obvious. Export to a PDF, JPEG or PNG. Pro features available.
4. Infogr.am (Google Sign-In)
This tool is just fabulous for data-heavy infographics, allowing uploading of Excel spreadsheets and even live sync to a Google Spreadsheet. Another neat tool abailable is a countdown clock. While pushing to social media is made easy here, no downloading options are available in the free version (only link and embedding).
This tool allows users to build live timelines. Events are compiled from chosen sources (blogs, TouTube channels, Twitter feeds, etc.). Timelines can be followed, shared, and even have multiple collaborators.
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