Ebola Infographic

While learning about viruses, I decided to focus my research on ebola. Take a look at the infographic I made:

Works Cited

“Ebola (Ebola Virus Disease).” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 5 Nov. 2019, http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/index.html.

“Ebola Virus Disease.” World Health Organization, World Health Organization, 30 May 2019, http://www.who.int/en/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/ebola-virus-disease.

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4 thoughts on “Ebola Infographic

  1. Hey Annica, I love the visuals you used for your infographic! The information you presented flowed very well. I would suggest making the words a bit bigger to make your infographic even easier to read. I loved learning more about Ebola thank you and good job!

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  2. I loved reading your infographic! The graphics were very easy to follow and everything was organized clearly. One thing to add would be more graphics/visuals and less words, so that the graphic is more visual-based. Overall I really liked the aesthetic of your graphic! 🙂

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  3. Hi Annica, great infographic!! I loved your theme and color scheme as it was pleasant to look at. A cohesive theme makes it so I don’t feel overwhelmed by all your visuals. I felt that the infographic was very informative–loved the facts about the 2015 outbreak of ebola because it is a current fact about the virus. I also loved your use of numbering because it made the graphic easy to follow. For the future, consider including the life cycle of the virus and reducing your word count by using symbols to break up blocks of writing. Overall, I LOVED your infographic!


  4. This is a great infographic, Annica. It’s very informative, well structured and easy to read and understand.
    I’m so glad we don’t live in any of those high risk countries, it sounds like a particularly awful disease without any treatment at this point.


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