Make your own infographic
Whether you need to explain a process, show off data, or tell a story, infographics are the perfect tool for the job. With Piktochart’s infographic software, you can start from a template or create an infographic from scratch. The free library of images, icons, illustrations, and templates saves time, enabling you to create a beautiful visual easily.
Brand assets and data visualization in one infographic builder
Your custom color palette and uploaded fonts will be added to the editor so that you or your team can easily apply them to any project. Furthermore, link up an Excel or Google Sheets file to easily create graphs that automatically update when your data does.
“The thing I liked most about Piktochart is how it makes it so easy to make a high-quality visual. Be it a poster, or an infographic, Piktochart makes it super easy for someone like me who is not a graphic designer to end up with a nice graphic at the end.”
Erik Kingissepp Sr. Manager, Learning and Development, Tucows
“Started to use it like a month ago, and just love it. You can easily start with a template and customize it to your brand and look and feel.”
Susanne Petri Knowledge Transfer Responsible, Apptus Technologies AB
“Piktochart, the best software for creating infographics.”
Diana Alvarado Graphic Designer, Texas Creative
“Piktochart allows us to create simple infographics that are not only engaging but very impactful as well.”
Theodore Paat Instructional Designer, Affirm
My favorite is @piktochart – it’s the only tool I pay for every year. Very responsive support, too, the few times I’ve needed it.— Nancy Watson (@NancyWYogini) January 21, 2020
Ss produced some great work to start the year using @piktochart! Created travel brochures/infographics on some of the amazing physical features of the US! These projects were so well done & look amazing! Check them out! #EdTech#MakeLearningFun #HistoryTeacher pic.twitter.com/UFDOEwFkDz— Matt Vosburgh (@Coachy_V) August 19, 2019
Thank you @piktochart for allowing my students to show what they learned in a new exciting way. @VictoriaCurry77 @jenschin @gabEEinDC Love seeing my students create their own infographics that allow me to also track data of understanding. pic.twitter.com/7ZWMGXlblL— Alyssa Cruz (@alyssacruz5612) December 2, 2019