Adioma is an infographic maker that automates design for you using visual language and infographic templates.
Traditional infographic makers let you create infographics out of static templates. With static templates you have to spend time and effort to tailor the template to your content. In Adioma, all infographic templates are generated algorithmically. This way, no matter how many points you add, your template always builds itself instantly and looks perfect.
Adioma lets you easily match your words to pictures with unique icons and illustrations.
Successful infographics are as visual as possible. How do you find a visual equivalent for all your words? Use an icon language, which is essentially a very large icon collection with all icons created in the same graphic style.
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What are some applications this service is commonly used in tandem with?
PowerPoint, KeyNote, Adobe Illustrator
Does this service offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?
Check out Adioma Help Center and our blog
What is this service generally used for?
Create professional infographics fasts, importing textual bullet points and converting them into visuals, creating knowledge graphics.
Making timelines, visual resumes, onboarding process, and concept maps