In this installment of Free Fridays, let’s take a look at Piktochart. This tool makes it easy to quickly design professional looking banners, reports, infographics, and presentations.
Piktochart offers hundreds of templates that can be customizable with lots of icons, shapes, and designs that can be used. The tool also allows you to change colors and fonts to match your theme. So, anyone even those without a graphic design background will be able to create visually appealing content.
There are several versions of Piktochart – one at no cost and several that are fee-based. The free account does come with some limitations such as fewer templates and the Piktocchart logo at the bottom of all your creations. Piktochart also offers a purchase option for those that need to upgrade to the pro version for students and professionals.
While Piktochart is generally used as an infographic tool; however you can also use the tool to create dynamic presentations, providing an alternative to power point slides and prezi presentations. The tool is very user-friendly and easy to learn. Within minutes you can be designing your own infographic and presentation slide using Piktochart. I’ve often use this tool to create infographics; however just this week I used this tool to create a slide presentation for a student orientation. The audience loved the look of the presentation, and everyone wanted to know what platform I used to create it; as it provided a very different look from the traditional Power Point slides and Prezi presentations.
Some sample infographic templates:
Check out Piktochart — it’ll give you a new perspective to presenting information!
Suvanida Duangudom, Director, TNT RoundTable
Come back next Friday, August 19th for our next installment of Free Fridays!