Infographics have been big in 2011 – people have them made because they do really well virally on social media sites like twitter and facebook and blogs love linking to them (as you can see from this post!). A good number have been made about WordPress so I thought I would collect them together for this post …

Information graphics or infographics are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge. These graphics present complex information quickly and clearly, such as in signs, maps, journalism, technical writing, and education. With an information graphic, computer scientists, mathematicians, and statisticians develop and communicate concepts using a single symbol to process information.

1. The Prolific WordPress

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2. Anatomy of a WordPress Theme

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3. The Jazzy Rise of WordPress

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4. Which Blogging Platform Should You Use

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5. WordPress Plugins 101

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6. The Power of WordPress

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7. Ultimate Guide to Upgrade WordPress for Beginners

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8. WordPress Top 40

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9. The Ultimate WordPress Cheatsheet

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10. What is a WordCamp and Why You Should Attend?

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11. by the Numbers

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12. WordPress Usage Within Top 100k Internet Sites

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13. Self Hosted vs. Free

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14. Should I Move To WordPress?

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15. Which Open Source Backend Platform Suits Your Needs?

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Oliver Dale is the founder of Kooc Media, a small internet company based in the UK. Kooc Media runs several high-profile websites including WPLift, ThemeFurnace and DesignersTalk.

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  1. 15 Entertaining & Informative WordPress Infographics

  2. That’s pretty awesome!! This is the first I’m hearing about these kinda things too, but they’re so well done and eye pleasing :) I love it!

  3. I had this moment where I had to decide between Joomla, WordPress or Drupal. Glad I went with WP, seriously. I cannot stand Joomla and how hard it is to make one change. I design sites, slice them to HTML/CSS and then I customize or create a brand new theme for WordPress. Whilst the learning curve of WP is high, I think it’s way nicer and there is a better community of top quality sites, than with Joomla, which to me is template heaven.

    I am not saying templates are bad, but I make money designing websites, not grabbing templates, makign a few changes and charging.

  4. Really useful collection of sites for us designers, I really should move over to WP :|

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