I only heard about infographics a month ago when I was involved in a "don't text and drive" campaign to promote audiobooks. Duh. Seems obvious now. I've seen them everywhere, I just didn't know what they were called.
Since then, Mr. L has made a few for me to help promote my Jeff Resnick audiobooks. Here are a few of them.
This first one was based on something my friend Doranna Durgin did. Sadly, she's lost several friends who were driving late at night and fell asleep at the wheel.
It's been said that infographics for audio work well if you show how people can better enjoy them. Say you're painting. (OMG--is that boring or what?) You might not get the job done any faster, but it won't be as tedious if you listen to an audiobook.
And what about that commute? It would go by faster if you got involved in a story instead of thinking about that next red light. (This one was put together by my friend Evelyn David.)
Made a New Year's resolution to exercise more? Listen to an audiobook while you do it.
Where have you seen infographics and what message did they give?
And, in case you have a hankering to listen to the Jeff Resnick Mysteries on Audio, here are some links.
Murder On The Mind:Audible US: http://tinyurl.com/n9u6zwu
Audible UK: http://tinyurl.com/nt5ygkm
Dead In Red
Audible US: http://tinyurl.com/d4sewcg
Audible UK: http://tinyurl.com/pyac5zd
Room At The Inn
Audible US: http://tinyurl.com/oys5qq6
Audible UK: http://tinyurl.com/qf6u8p6