Have you ever stood by a bus stop or a train station and noticed a gigantic animated photo or a couple of words that captured your thought immediately? Or those attention-grabbing diagrams and pictures that look like the animated counterpart of your third grade lesson in bar graphs and pie charts that are used commonly by newscasters to convey some information about the debt of your country that no matter how boring it is, it just seems more interesting to tune in and stay on the channel because of those cute little colors buttons that have a life of their own? These things are called infographics, graphic visuals or information graphics. Infographics aim to convey information to readers at a glance or with lesser time needed to read a short article. In other words, these infographics are simple representations of data or information, usually statistical information