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Turning Survey Results into Infographics

Surveys are a great way for businesses to find out information for industry case studies, content marketing purposes or customer analysis, but what’s the best approach for turning survey results into infographics? One of the most common ways is to utilize free online infographic tools.

Some of the best infographic tools on the market are completely free for use. Listed below are the top 3 infographic industry tools for visualizing survey results.

1. Piktochart

This tool is free with the option of upgrading to a pro version. It’s a quick and easy way for novice designers to create and share infographics. This is a perfect tool for plotting your survey data, with many options and ranges of customization.

2. Canva

This free tool also has a pro business option and in-website purchases if you want specific graphics, but without a doubt, the free option offers a lot. This is a non-designers heaven. All you have to do is choose 11 available templates or start from a custom-sized blank canvas. You have the option of many layouts and background tabs to get a rough idea of what you want to design. These tabs are full of useful graphs, charts, graphics and shapes – the possibilities are endless.

3. Venngage

This tool has over 1 million free and paid users, and with all the options it has available it’s easy to see why. Venngage does not have a guided setup process, but does have a wide selection of templates. It’s easy to get started by picking one and filling in with context and data. There’s also “blank canvas” options for those who want to start from scratch.

There are several ways you can approach turning your survey results into infographics, and hopefully these tools are a helpful place to start. To decide which design template to go with, give some thought to the story you want to tell through your infographic – and good luck!

For more survey-related help, read our blog on How to Write Unbiased Survey Questions.

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