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An Infographic Guide To Building Infographics [Infographic]

While throwing around the idea of doing a post on building an awesome infographic, it occurred to us, why not build an infographic to show how to build an awesome infographic? So here it is, complete with mermaid examples, our guide to making an amazing infographic. Enjoy. Feel free to share or repost using the handy dandy embed code below the graphic. Happy building!

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