Randy Krum is the President of InfoNewt and author of the Cool Infographics blog.  Here he shares design tips and behind the scenes information about designing infographics.

Cool Infographics Blog

Check out the Cool Infographics blog for great infographics from designers all over the world!

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Why Does InfoNewt Need a Blog?

I also author and publish the Cool Infographics blog, which highlights cool infographic and data visualization designs from designers all over the world.  Occassionally, I publish designs from InfoNewt, but I've been running the CI blog for a lot longer than InfoNewt has been around as a design company.  Part of the success of the CI blog is that it isn't company specific or meant as a company portfolio like some of the other infographic blogs out there.

I think it's finally time to start an InfoNewt-specific blog.  Here, I'll have the opprtunity to post more details about the work that InfoNewt does with clients, thoughts around the InfoNewt business, behind-the-scenes information about different design projects and even some tutorial information about how we design great infographics.

So, welcome to the new InfoNewt blog!

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Reader Comments (4)

Your portfolio is really cool!

I can't wait to see your other work particularly the tutorial information.

March 16, 2012 | Unregistered

Tutorial is good.

I really like all what is writing here , the article is really intersting and i wish if you give us more
information and more thing , be sure your blog is so coll and it will be perfect if you give more

March 24, 2012 | Unregistered Commenternetbook pas cher

I agree with info graphic. Through this, you can present information in creative ways, which make you presentations a lot more interesting.

March 25, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterConnie Isidora

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