COVID-19 and its Effects on the Bridging Finance Sector

Finance infographics Mar 07, 2021 No Comments

The COVID-19 pandemic seems to have affected the bridging finance sector in UK during the past year. The infographic aims at presenting some relevant data.


At the top, the reader can see an eye-catching black frame with a heading, which introduces the subject that is presented. Right underneath one can find a subheading that further explains the subject.

As far as the layout is concerned, the artwork contains seven different sections. Each section is visually separated from the other ones with a straight line.

In every section the reader can find some interesting statistics that are presented with the help of different kinds of diagrams, including pie charts and bar graphs.

The color palette that is used throughout the artwork is friendly to the eye of the reader. At the same time, the way these certain colors are combined throughout the artwork adds to its consistency.


Having a glance at the infographic, one can notice that there is little blank space left between all texts and graphs. And this might discourage the reader from having a closer look at the data that is presented.

However, the eye-catching black frame with the topic at the top helps one quickly understand the subject.

At the same time, all fonts are easy-to-read. And the fact that all data is presented with the help of graphs, instead of using just text, adds to the infographic’s readability.


The infographic succeeds in presenting some interesting data on the subject. The use of graphs makes it easier for the reader to go through the specific data. However, some more blank space in-between could have made it more appealing.

Infographic about the effects of COVID-19 on the bridging finance sector


Matt Morgan

80% Graphic designer + 20% web designer. I am kind of an infographics addict. I follow virtually every infographic site out there so I decided to build this one.

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