Visual.ly Meetup: Creating Viral Infographics

Visual.ly Meetup: Creating Viral Infographics

Some infographics go viral; others don’t. To understand why this happens, you need to have an intimate relationship with infographics, society, internet culture, and maybe even a twisted sense of humor. Visual.ly’s Creative Director Jess Bachman has all those qualities — and they’ve given him a pretty good handle on creating viral infographics.

At Visual.ly’s latest meet-up event, co-hosted with Trulia, Jess spoke about Creating Viral Infographics to an audience of about 100 people.

Jess’s talk is both hilarious and informative, so get ready to learn and laugh (for optimal experience, navigate the slideshow, embedded right underneath the video, as you watch):

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