Infographics are all the rage now, but creating one is much harder than it looks. It’s one of those things, like many communication vehicles, where if you have done it well, it is so simple and effective, it looks easy.

Report Card Infographic

Every year, the Head Bookworm creates an infographic to document and celebrate that year’s accomplishments. They are created using a PowerPoint template.

2022 report card
2021 report card

2020 report card

2019 report card

Progression Infographic

The Head Bookworm created this infographic for STC’s Technical Communication Summit (May 15-18, 2016, in Anaheim, CA), as part of presenting a progression about Using Checklists for More Efficient Editing. It was created using a PowerPoint template, but shortened to to an 8.5×11 size as a handout.

Progression Infographic

The Head Bookworm created this infographic for Leadership Day at the STC’s Technical Communication Summit (June 21, 2015, in Columbus, OH), as part of co-presenting a progression on Regional Conferences.

The Path to a Successful Regional Conference

Infographic Resume

The Head Bookworm created this resume for fun a couple of years ago, so it’s basically a snapshot in time. More creative types use infographics to better effect and to show their skills. I found it helpful to blend my paid and volunteer work in a functional resume.