13 Science-Backed Reasons Why Your Brain Craves Infographics [Infographic]

 

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Think back to your first memory: Can you still see the watermelon pink dress you wore? Do you remember the unique checkered pattern of your father’s jacket?

Our memories are often linked to visual and sensory elements, while the words spoken or read can be more hazy. That’s because our brains have a high capacity for storing visuals in our long-term memory, while text enters our working memory, which is limited. 

This contributes to why infographics and the inclusion of visual content in online information has been so successful. Readers crave visual breaks from the overload of text-based information that floods our daily browsing and work-related activities. 

NeoMam Studios studied how people process visual information, how visuals affect the way we read, and why graphics are so appealing. Discover the science behind why our brains crave infographics:

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  10 free infographic templates in powerpoint

Article first found on joetting@hubspot.com (Jami Oetting)

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