Infographics have become increasingly popular over the past few years, often presenting complex or text-heavy information in an easy to understand and visually appealing way. Among the numerous online tools and services out there, Infogram is especially handy for users interested in creating data-centric infographics, maps, and charts. User data may be uploaded as a .xls, .xlsx, or .csv file, or may be imported from a number of sources, including Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive. From there, users may select from three basic design types: Infographic or Report, Chart or Graph, and Map. With a variety of themes and templates, customization is easy and completed graphics may be embedded and shared anywhere. As with many online services, users may opt for a free basic version or upgrade to a pro version at cost. Also of note is the Infogram blog, which is updated frequently and features user stories and tips and tricks to inspire or help with various data visualization topics.