Shape up your imagination with infographics.

Use informational infographics when presenting information or giving an overview of a topic. In this example, we're emphasizing how social media can improve content marketing.

Hierarchical infographics are useful when comparing the size of different data points. Here, we explore scope and opportunity in the content marketing domain.

Use statistical infographics to back up an argument or present data from multiple sources. Take a look at the comparison of Product Alpha's performance metrics to see statistical infographics in action.

First impressions are critical, especially in the case of resumes. Make the best first impression with these creative and modern designs.

You can also keep it simple and self-explanatory with this infographic designed to showcase specific skills and strengths.

There are many ways to represent data. Here you can see how the same content can be visually represented to give it an entirely different look and feel.

List infographics can be very straightforward and visually appealing. Here, we look at a simple 4-Step Quick Start Guide for SME.

This design represents a perfect example of that timeless adage "less is more."

Timeline infographics can be useful when highlighting important dates or giving an overview of an event. This example illustrates the different phases of the software development life cycle.

This is a good example of how timeline infographics can be used to showcase important events at a quick glance.

A little color can add pizazz to any content. This timeline infographic does just that when looking at how Alpha Corporation has grown over the years.

Process infographics are useful when presenting the overview of steps in a procees. Here, this simple and straightforward design showcases how social media enhances content marketing at every step.

This design offers a clear example of how a process can be presented. This flow of content arranged like a staircase gives the audience a clear idea of the steps in this process.

This design also showcases the software development process, leading the viewer through each critical phase in an engaging and clear way.

Create engaging narratives with path animations

Evolution of automobiles

Here's an interesting way to explain the evolution of automobiles using Show—as shown in the video, you can use path animations to turn static information into exciting narration.

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Build realistic stories

Watch how a small change can bring a big impact to your stories. Here's a video of a surfer following a rigid path—notice how the visual gets more realistic when Show's advanced path animations are applied.

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Build something extraordinary with edit points

Drawing an elephant

Use edit points to turn basic shapes into something special. Watch the video to see how we used edit points to appeal to the child in all of us.

Drawing the Batman logo

Here's a little something from the Batman fans on our team—modifying shapes to create the Caped Crusader's logo!

Build interactive slides with animations

Animate your tables

Grab your audiences' attention right away. Turn those static numbers into impressive visuals using table animations. Animate them by rows and columns to bring focus to the details.

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Visualize data with charts

Help your audience digest information as you present it. Animate charts by series to draw attention to specific trends, or by category to compare sales across months. You can also animate charts as a whole, either by elements in the series or by elements in the category, using Show.

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Text and shapes automatically fit

Autofit

Forget the trouble of resizing your text to fit the shape or vice versa—Show automatically resizes them for you.

Create visually engaging stories with Zoho Show.