It’s no surprise, then, that information graphics have permeated nearly every industry over the past few decades. The good news there is that your skills are more valuable than ever before; and they can be applied to many different career paths. For example, there are a growing number of strategic marketing and communication firms specifically focused on developing visual assets for advertising and PR campaigns. Likewise, as eLearning continues to mature, the need for interaction designers who can effectively create usable and meaningful learning solutions is on the rise. From healthcare to the business world, information graphics have ascended in value to become one of the most powerful tools for communicating complex ideas.