Hypnotic GIFs - Seven New ArcGIS Infographics Available

In our March, 2019 ArcGIS Online release, we’ve just added seven new visually stunning starter infographic templates to help you summarize your data and analysis.

These templates are available in the following product areas:

As a fun way to cycle through their functionality and look and feel, here’s an infinitely looping band of animated GIFs showing the seven templates.

(1) Office Market Profile

Understand market opportunities with indicators for demographic, market potential, and spending data.

Potential industry use:  Franchise Acquisition

Office Market Profile infographic

(2) Commute Profile

Information about how people, ages 16-and-up, travel to work.

Potential industry use:  Urban Planning Agency

Commute Profile infographic

(3) Employment Overview

See key employment stats in an area with income estimates, businesses and employees, education, commuters, and other facts.

Potential industry use:  Economic Development

Employment Overview infographic

(4) Target Marketing Summary

Get crucial facts, lifestyle spending, Tapestry segments, and an age pyramid.

Potential industry use:  Product Merchandising and Advertising

Target Marketing Summary infographic

(5) Health Care and Insurance Statistics

A set of major health care-focused demographic indicators.

Potential industry use:  Occupational Safety

Health Care and Insurance Statistics infographics

(6) Demographic Profile

Key facts such as population, education, income, and employment.

Potential industry use:  Higher Education Recruiting

Demographic Profile infographic

(7) Property Details

Site details, household spending, and demographics for an area.  You can link and display your site photos and attributes.

Potential industry use:  Real Estate Development

Property Details infographic

This summarizes the seven new infographic templates available in our March, 2019 ArcGIS Online release.  And you can always build your own custom infographics!

About the author

Kyle is a Principal Product Engineer with Esri - focusing on geospatial technologies and applied demographics. He is part of a global team responsible for building next generation ArcGIS Business Analyst applications.

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