The infographic presents information on active voice and how it should be used. It includes some facts, the differences between active and passive voice and information about when passive voice can be used.
Moreover, it contains tips on how to switch from passive to active voice and the best tactics that will transform any paper into a perfect content piece.
Layout and Design
At the top, one can find the heading and subheading that introduce the subject. The reader can also see some images that are relevant to the grammar topic that is presented.
The layout consists of five different sections. Each one of them is introduced with a heading and separated from the previous one with enough space.
In the first section, one can find some facts about active voice in the form of a numbered list.
The second one contains a comparison between active and passive voice, with some useful examples. The order that each voice follows is presented with a flowchart.
The next section contains examples of when and how one can use the passive voice. They are all placed inside frames.
Right below, one can see a list of tips on how to switch from passive to active voice. The last part contains another flowchart with the five best tactics.
The colors that are used make the artwork friendly to the eye of the reader. At the same time, the easy-to-read fonts and the simple format help the reader easily access all information.
Moreover, all the elements that are used throughout, together with the blank spaces left in-between, add on to its readability.
The straight-forward layout and appealing design allow for the reader to quickly and easily go through all the information that is provided.