So I’ve been getting tons of e-mails lately asking me how to make a cycle infographic. I love you guys, so I’m going to do exactly that. I will show you exactly what to do to make a cycle infographic that is functional and aesthetically pleasing.
Process maps and timelines usually have a unique start and end. With a cycle, the end and start point are usually the same. This, obviously, indicates that the process can be repeated.
I know, for a fact, you have seen tons and tons of cycles on different PowerPoint slides. The problem, of course, is that they tend to look kind of bland. I mean, just take a look at the one below:
The goal here is to create something engaging. Something that your audience wants to follow, instead of being obligated to follow. We’re going to create a slide that allows your audience to easily identify the steps needed, and interpret the information associated to the step in particular. Just remember, simplicity is key with all of Slide Cow’s tutorials!
I’m glad you asked. In this video, you will learn how to:
I’ll see you guys in the next one! Be safe!
Edit: it has come to my attention that I can’t count (woops). Please do be aware that the above sequence is 1 > 2 > 4 > 3 where it should instead be 1 > 2 > 3 > 4. Still, a minor error won’t stop a great design. Happy PowerPoint-ing!