Creative Use of an Infographic

What are some creative ways you have seen infographics used to support an advocacy campaign?

I have spotted infographics in a lot of creative places these days. I have seen them at bus stops, in Dr. waiting rooms, incorporated into children’s books, and even at my dinner table (to name a few).

Below is an example of one I spotted recently and its impact.

The other night, I sat down to dinner with my seven year old son at one of his favorite restaurants. We were greeted with a table tent containing information about childhood hunger in America. My son was immediately attracted to the information with lots of pictures (I was immediately interested to see the use of infographics).

As we waited for our food, we ended up having an unexpected discussion about food and kids who don’t have enough to eat. Thanks to this infographic–not only did I learn something–I got to have an interesting conversation with my son at dinner that evening.

Afterwards, I went to the No Kid Hungry website to learn more about their campaign (and to see examples of other information graphics).

**For Your Toolbelt** Brainstorm ideas where your audience is hanging out (don’t limit yourself). Be creative with how you could share your infographics.