Make an infographic in minutes, not months, with Canva’s easy-to-use infographic creator.
Make data beautiful—and easy to digest. With Canva’s free infographic maker, there’s no need to struggle with complicated design software. Simply choose an infographic template, add your information and there you have it: A stunning custom infographic.
Canva has an extensive range of templates and thousands of illustrations—meaning whatever your subject matter, you can bring it to life with our free and easy infographic creator.
Facts and figures don’t need to be dull. With Canva’s Charts tool, you can add all the hard data you like, and keep the eye-catching look of your infographic.
With customizable colors and various styles including bar charts, line graphs and stylish pie charts, you can forget about old-school graphs—these charts are a work of art.
Canva is jam-packed with all of the images you need to turn dry facts into stunning graphics. Our library has over 2 million photos, icons and illustrations, with thousands of free images and premium images at an affordable $1.
Got some spectacular graphics of your own? Upload them in seconds and add them to your infographic.
Some of the best design ideas come when we work together. With Canva you can create a team and collaborate on your infographic design in real-time. Play with colors, add graphics, leave comments, and resolve suggestions all within the Canva editor. To create a team simply add the email address of your friends, family, classmates, or colleagues and start designing in no time.
Whether you’re creating your infographic for a presentation, marketing materials, or a school assignment, Canva’s infographic creator has you covered. Our templates are a versatile way to get the look you want, fast—or you can design from scratch with our easy drag-and-drop tools.
And you can bring the whole team on board! Our infographic maker is designed for collaboration.
An effective infographic includes:
Pay attention to visual style and flow, use a typography palette with a hierarchy, include plenty of space and add a call-to-action.
A good infographic is clear, memorable and visually and textually concise. Data visualization is the main goal, so use charts and graphs where you can. Tell a story with your graphics and include a “hook,” or primary take-away, that’s easy to spot.
The size of your infographic will depend on the platform you’re using it for. For blog posts, infographics should be around 663 x 2000 pixels. For a Facebook post, aim for 1200 x 628 pixels. For a shared image on LinkedIn, go for 1104 x 736.