Want to incorporate uniqueness and express your creativity when designing slides and presentations? Add watercolor elements to better express yourself and to keep your audience engaged.
The whole purpose of incorporating visual elements into presentations is to make them more exciting and compelling for the folks you are presenting for.
Make your presentation more interesting, and they’ll be more likely to tune in!
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Call to action is an important motivation element of properly managed meeting. It should finish with clear “what’s next” step for all participants. Otherwise the energy you put into your presentation can be wasted.
In world of online marketing the call-to-action buttons is proved to work element of landing pages. Such button is aimed to provoke and get an immediate response from webpage visitor.
You can use some form of action call graphics in your website, webinar or PowerPoint presentation of your key business project. Here we share ideas how to apply call to action button on a slide in a creative way. Continue reading 4 Examples of Designing Call to Action Buttons in PowerPoint
Hey 🙂 I am happy to share with you my talk with Terry, our client who works as an innovation consultant. Terry shares her experience in using business model canvas template graphics not only for classical presentations at a meeting. She’s also helping her clients to implement innovation and customer experience design with the help of visuals. Continue reading Using Business Model Canvas for Innovation and Experience Design [client story]
Preparing a webinar can be quite timely. Especially when you get stuck in presentation visuals preparation. Choosing a proper picture, making slides clear, crafting right call to action message… Does it sound familiar? This blog gives you a few ideas on developing webinar slides and organizing web conference flow.
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Explaining how the company operates can get pretty complex. One of the frequently used business model frameworks is Business Model Canvas (see book Business Model Generation by Alex Osterwalder). This business model beautifully grasps the key elements how a company operates.
Adding catchy visuals and schemes to this framework will help you get people’s interest and support understanding of the specific business model. Here we share ideas of how you can present full picture and details of BMC on a slide in clear and simple way.
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