Create Interactive Infographics with Easel.ly and (Then) ThingLink

Check out Kevin Loker’s post in MediaBistro’s 10000 Words, on using ThingLink to annotate infographics. This is a useful practice for driving engagement and time on image for newsroom and business communications, as well as education.

A reader (and fun Tweeter) had a smart idea following our post last week on using ThingLink creatively in journalism. I had to pass it along.

One of the ideas laid out in that post was how to quickly make infographics interactive, adding another meta-layer to the data you already made look pretty. Ivan Lajara, engagement editor for Digital First Media’s East Region, had an idea to make that even simpler:   Read more

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