Infographics are graphic visual representations of information that help learners to understand the organization, structure and the relationships between concepts.  

Graphic Organizers are incomplete infographics where students fill in the key information. The information is organized spatially with minimized semantics,  to assist the learner to make senses of the information and connect it with previous learning.
Graphic Organizers are communication devices that show the organization or structure of concepts as well as relationships between concepts. Spatial arrangements depicting the information’s structure reduce the cognitive demands on the learner. 

The learner does not have to process as much semantic information to understand the information. This is one of the reasons why graphic organizers are such powerful devices for students learning English or students with language-based learning disabilities.