The Toast Infographic designers have designed infographics for lots of different uses, business sectors and clients.
Whether you need an infographic design for your digital marketing, social media or for use in printed materials, we can develop an on-brand info graphic that meets your requirements, and consequently wins you new business as a result.
Our UK-based design team will talk to you about your requirements including:
We’ll then start to sketch out some initial concept ideas on paper, sharing them with you for feedback and comments. The designs will continue through the design process as follows:
Our infographic design services don’t have a ‘standard’ route of producing the creative. Top infographic designers are able to turn their hands to any style – from illustrated to vector-based designs.
As an infographic design agency, we’ve the experience you need to create both simple infographics and more complex rich pictures to get your messages across to your audience.
We’ve designed and produced illustrated infographics, illustrated infographics and diagrammatic designs that match our client’s requirements.
We’ve created work that covers a wide range of infographic topics. Our process allows us to explore lots of options for your infographic and we artwork everything in Adobe illustrator (not infographic software).
You get professionally designed artwork from Infographic designers who know what they are doing.
We create artwork that can be used across all your marketing channels, because that’s what you need.
Neither do we use infographic design templates – stock files that many designers use to simply create something similar to other designs – our infographics are 100% unique and designed specifically for your business.
In our opinion, a good infographic should be:
Vector-based so it can be scaled to any size and saved as an SVG for web use (keeps the file size down)
On brand – it should fit seamlessly with your existing marketing materials and not look out-of-place
Yours – sound daft, but if you’re not careful, you can end up with licencing and usage issues (check the terms and conditions of whoever is producing it for you.
There’s no such thing as an infographics price list. What you’ll pay depends very much on what you need – the more complicated your requirements, the more money it’s likely to cost you.
Most of all, your infographic should be seen as an investment that will bring returns.
Pay peanuts, get monkeys, as the saying goes, therefore, part of the initial discussions about your infographic should be about its objectives.
Without an understanding of what you need to achieve, your infographic is just expensive eye-candy.
If it’s linkbait, how many backlinks are you looking to get?
If it’s specifically for social media, how many shares are you looking for?
But more importantly, how is it going to have a positive impact on your bottom-line? Talk to our Infographic designers today for a free quote.