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Comparison chart maker with collaboration features
Work together on eye-catching comparison charts
Invite your team members to work on a comparison chart online with you, identify similarities and differences, share different ideas, and compare design elements.
Share your chart and your brand assets, and review your peers’ graphics in an easily readable format on the fly simply by pressing the share button. With Piktochart’s unique team features and tools, everyone’s on the same page. Customize design elements and create charts in just a few clicks with no complicated tools.Learn more
Customize templates to match company branding
Keep your comparison charts on brand
Need to make sure all of your comparison charts match your style? No problem. Drag and drop your logo or a screenshot of your website to extract your brand color; use Piktochart’s tools to customize your chart template for your business needs.
Do you want to use your fonts? Your custom color palette and uploaded brand fonts will always be accessible in the chart template editor. Each comparison chart can be adjusted to fit your brand.Sign up for free
Comparison chart online assets
Spice up your comparison chart template with images and icons
The days of searching for the perfect image, illustration, or icon eye-catching comparison charts are over. With Piktochart’s free library of graphics, design components, and templates, the visual inspiration you are looking for is where you need it. Making your comparison infographic beautiful has never been so easy (even for a non-designer!)Create now
Repurposing your chart template
Create a comparison graph or chart template once & reuse it for different presentations
With a team account, there’s no need to spend hours re-creating the same report every week or month. Organize your templates and past projects in folders. Make it easy for anyone on your team to repurpose content on the fly, ultimately saving their time.Work on your visual online
Business Use Cases & Testimonials
“Piktochart is my go-to tool when I’m looking for a way to summarize data that is easy for our upper management to review. Piktochart provides me with the tools to display data in a creative, visually appealing way.”
“Piktochart has allowed me to change the style of my company’s communications. The campaigns are more visual, modern and attractive thanks to the templates that always serve as inspiration. Now even my colleagues use it! Piktochart helped me to engage, increase participation in events, add value to internal campaigns and to reinforce the culture and communication flow of my business.”
“As an HR Assistant, I have to find new and creative ways to engage our employees and effectively communicate across a large organization. Piktochart has tremendously helped me in achieving this.”
“Piktochart helps me translate often dry financial policies and accounting standards to easy-to-understand and concise one-pager visuals for management.”
How to create & download a comparison chart with Piktochart’s tools
1. Gather data for comparison graphs
A good comparison chart starts with a good idea and good data. The best way to start is to sit down, grab a piece of paper, and write down all the different points for each element you’re trying to create a comparison for. Include similarities and differences, comparing different concepts and ideas.
2. Pick a comparison chart template
It might seem like all of your peers suddenly became Photoshop experts, but the truth is most of them are starting from templates and not a blank canvas. Starting from scratch when creating a comparison infographic isn’t the best option if you’re not a designer. Instead, use one of our free online comparison chart templates created by professional designers. You can pick from different types, such as infographic templates, presentations, reports, posters, and more.
3. Add a comparison chart to your visual template to showcase similarities and differences
Go to our design components and pick a comparison graph to create. Each chart element has its own design and flavor. You can add as many as you want.
4. Adjust the chart template to your liking
Once you have added a chart template, adjust it to fit your needs. Add your chart text, comparison tables, customize the chart colors and the fonts, and add more graphs to support your comparing arguments.
5. Download and share your comparison chart
Once you’re finished editing, download your high-resolution graphs as a JPG, PNG, PDF file, or share your comparison charts with team members. Need to have your boss give their approval? With a Piktochart paid plan, stakeholders can access and comment on your visual.
Additionally, a visual chart can highlight patterns, ideas, and trends that may be difficult to discern from plain text alone.
Using Piktochart, users can display relevant data visually, attractively, and in a manner than will stand out to the readers.