Forget PowerPoint, infographics are the future of business presentations, Fast Company reports.
Quite simply, infographics are graphic representations of information or knowledge that offer the ability to communicate often-complex data easily and clearly. You'll find a good example here.
A train route map is a consumer-focused example, yet trend watchers are suggesting infographics have much to offer professionals due to the ability of pictures to encourage critical thought.
In the article, inspiring infographic developer Francesco Franchi explains how these graphic representations work and why they are different from the one-dimensional nature of PowerPoint.