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History of Web Design Timeline - Infographic Template

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Infographic Template – Modern Design with Timeline and Background Image

This customizable history of web design timeline infographic template features a simple timeline in the center that walks your readers through the story of your brand, idea or concept over time. It also features a modern design with a background image that sets the tone of the infographic.

Personalize this timeline infographic template with your own colors, text, fonts and even logos. Upload your own image in the background or tap into Visme’s library of 1,000,000+ free stock photos—simply type in your keyword and choose the image you like. You can also add free vector icons, shapes and lines from right inside the editor.

Bring important data to life by using Visme’s exclusive data widgets, such as radials, progress bars, thermometers and more. For larger data sets, you can also add interactive charts and graphs and even animate them to captivate your audience.

Once you’re done, download this history timeline infographic template in your favorite format. You can also share it online via a link, or embed it on your website or blog.

Get started with this history of web design timeline infographic template today or check out thousands of other ready-to-use templates to find one that suits your design needs.

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History of Web Design Timeline - Infographic Template Specifications:

  • Dimensions:
    All infographic templates are 800 pixels wide with varying lengths. These dimensions can be easily changed and the length adjusted with a slider.
  • Customizable:
    This template can be fully customized. You can edit content, change image(s), apply custom colors, input your own fonts and logo, and more.
  • Formats:
    Download as a high resolution JPEG, PNG, PDF or HTML5, embed into a blog post or webpage, or generate a shareable link for online use.