It's annoying to realise you don't have some ingredient needed for your dish after you have started cooking. eReplacementParts made a handy infographic of food substitutes for common ingredients, which you can print out and stick to your refrigerator.
If you're tired of PowerPoint Presentations, try Piktochart: Infographic and Graphic Design for Non-Designers. It is free and the kids loved it. They can enter pictures, videos, and hyperlink them all to the original source.
Check out this intriguing infographic to learn more about the connection between writing and the brain. It just might give you some insight into how you can become a better and more effective writer and understand how your stories affect your readers.
How To Make Infographics (In a Nutshell) Infographic creation comes down to 3 things: what to say (journalism), how to back it up (data), and how to say it (design). Let’s look at this process step by step By Anna Vital