Using fewer words and more images doesn’t mean your viewers are getting less information.
Rather, your audience is getting as much, if not more information, when its graphically displayed because your font choice, color use, and layout communicate as much as the data it portrays.
I could start out telling you about this brand’s history, current status, and future innovations in purely text form, rambling on about numbers and figures in long, boring rows of text . . . droning on while your eyes glaze over and you start scrolling faster.
Or, we could present the same information like this:
At the least, break up your text with some subheads and formatting styles, adding emphasis and meaning, where appropriate.
We all have our preferred way of communicating, but remember that your way might differ from your audience’s. The more ways to tell a story, both visually and by adding multiple dimensions, the better informed your audience will be.