The Infographic that Spoofs Infographics

Infographics can be used for satire too. This one spoofs, well, infographics.

We love infographics at GOOD. And boy do we have our share of them. So this visual snark courtesy of ThinkBrilliant (it's a few months old) is directed pretty squarely at publications like ours. We can take it.

Like all quality infographics, this effectively conveys relevant information and makes a point—that there are a lot of infographics, or rather, that lots of infographics make lots of general points.

Who knew infographics were good for satire too?

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