Build an Engaging Presentation with Proper Structure Slides

Opening, body, and closing are obvious structure parts of the presentation. However, are you using these structure slides effectively? Each of these parts has its objective that you should clearly highlight also on your slides. How?
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Illustrating Supply Chain Presentation

The topic of Supply Chain is pretty complex – with all global or local logistics processes, ensuring just on time delivery and enough stocks in warehouses. Therefore using illustrations to explain it is really handy. Good news is that most SCM processes are easy to visualize.

I present a few examples of how you can illustrate a supply chain presentation. Easily and quickly, using only PowerPoint tools.

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How to Get Creative Sketchnoting Presentation

Doodling on a paper is a great way to get really creative. I recommend it as a way to start any presentation design process.
But how to move from paper to computer? I put down a few ideas a how you can get creative sketchnoting presentation slides.

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4 Steps to Make Attractive Medical Data Chart in PowerPoint

Working with data charts related to health or medicine? We’ve put together simple 4 step tutorial how you can make your medical data chart visually attractive. It’s a way to create quickly infographics presentation slide.

Actually, you can use these tricks for any kind of statistics visualization.

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Illustrating Client Profile and NPS Opinions on a Slide

Need to represent Your client in a presentation? Create a visual client profile illustration, so-called your Sales Persona. Present in a picture that ideal customer of yours visually. Show the personality type, what your customer thinks and speaks.

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3 Steps to Unique Spring or Easter Card in PowerPoint

For marketers, Spring means the start of a new season. For us all, it’s an opportunity to make some seasonal decorations and thematic materials :). Hence we designed a hand-drawn seasonal icons set to help you create personal Easter cards.

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How to Illustrate IT Firewall and Network Security Threats in PowerPoint

Information Technology is one of the areas full of complex processes and devices. Good old visualization comes for help also here :). See an example of illustrating IT network security and how the firewall works. Continue reading How to Illustrate IT Firewall and Network Security Threats in PowerPoint

Why Diagrams Instead of Text Slides

When we create a presentation, the first draft slides are usually text bullet points. At least, I often do so.

The important thing is not to stay there. Move a step further – change those texts into visual form. And the easiest form is a simple diagram. That’s a reason I promote such schema illustrations as a great way to make strong visual presentations. Why diagrams are perfect solutions for presenting various complex topics.

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