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Wednesday, July 16th, 2014 07:37 pm
I come to you after an hour of googling and trying things and failing to get anywhere to say - help!

I'm developing a training session about LGBT people and domestic violence, and as part of this I want an infographic to give people a sense of how many LGBT people, and how of these survivors, there are in Bristol.

What I want, ideally, is a series of icons of people, some of which I can make a colour to indicate LGBT, and some of those another colour to indicate survivors of domestic violence. In an ideal world, it would be animated, so I could click and each block would change colour as I went - so I could start with all people green, then make LGBT people blue etc.

Is there a tool that I can use to do this simply, without having to pay a fee, and without feeling like I need a degree in graphic design to make it work? I know there are masses of infographic templates out there, but I can't seem to find one that will just do this.

If not, it's going to have to be a graph, but I love the idea of little people, and so I figured if anyone would know, it would be you all. So thank you, in hopeful advance.


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