This free design for webinar promotion is made for an Instagram story. The modern template has a color scheme of white and green. Its topic is the future of communication, but it can be changed. With a few edits, you are ready to go. Use it for free on Piktochart.
How to create an infographic in 3 steps
Unless you’re a professional designer and prefer to start with a blank canvas, infographic templates are the way to go. The infographic maker from Piktochart offers high-quality templates that save you time and make your infographics look as good as they can. Find an infographic template that fits your needs by using the search bar at the top of the Piktochart editor.
Once you pick an infographic template, adjust the colors, change the fonts, and add your text. Customizing is super easy with the infographic maker from Piktochart. You can choose from a library of free images, icons, illustrations, and diagrams that will help you make your infographic stand out. Add visual assets, graphs, or maps with one click with Piktochart’s drag-and-drop editor.
Once you have finished creating your infographic, you can easily download it as a JPG, PNG, or PDF. Alternatively, you can generate a shareable link and email your infographic to your client, colleague, or manager. You can also collaborate on your infographics and gather feedback by inviting your team to Piktochart. Last but not least, you can embed your infographic on your website.
Infographics created with Piktochart have helped me during important meetings with administrators at school districts or foundations in the community. Without Piktochart, we would not be able to secure funding to support our work.
Dr. Aaron Fischer
Dee Endowed Professor of School Psychology at University of Utah
"Piktochart is a no-brainer to use. People have told me to try another infographics design platform that is very world-renowned, but I tried it before, and I was not too fond of it. I think it goes back to the great design of Piktochart."
Senior Communications Manager, Revolut