A few weeks ago I was designing slides for an interesting motivational speech, where I had to illustrate the business model.
A guy was presenting his idea of doing fair business. It was a well defined simple concept: three letters acronym, two possible explanations (good & evil business approach).
So I proposed a visualization by a simple arrow and text diagram. Here is the result slide:
Visualization made in PowerPoint (with use of infoDiagram.com graphical elements)
Finally this three letter visual was used also as a punch line at the end (see the whole presentation here on Slideshare).
Well, it’s yet another example of how simple use of arrows and shapes can nicely highlight the key message, don’t you think so? Try it to use it yourself in your next presentation.
PS. If you liked this post, check other posts too, for example, “Visualization of goals statement“.
More ideas for presentation graphics
Check out these articles if you search for more inspiration on how to visualize your presentation:
- How to visualize a concept – Strategy Illustration
- 3 diagram mistakes to avoid in slides design
- Every business presentation should start with a diagram
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