Berlin infographics class

Photo courtesy of Agora Collective

Photo courtesy of Agora Collective

Team DG is making a  foray into international infographics teaching. Destination: Berlin.

Delayed Gratification’s editor and art director, Rob and Christian, will teach a full-day course at Agora Collective on 28th June. The class will include everything you need to start making brilliant infographics yourself, including how to find compelling stories in data, the five fundamental types of infographic, how to use free infographics-creation sites and what the future of infographics will look like. Find out more about the class here.

Tickets cost €299 and DG subscribers are entitled to 30% off, saving €89.70. If you’re a subscriber and would like to come to the class, please get in touch with us through and we’ll send you a promotional code.


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