Use Creative IT Diagrams to Present Network Topology

Do you need to give a Network Topology presentation? Information Technology (IT) presentations need to accomplish several difficult tasks. Technology topics, like so many others, require visually appealing slides. The presentation needs to be informative, but not overwhelming. If you need to explain technical terms to a less-savvy audience you’ll want to be thorough, but you have to avoid overwhelming them. Dense, wordy slides can actually keep viewers from retaining the information they’re designed to convey.

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Use a Pirate Funnel to Present the Effectiveness of Your Customer Funnel

The pirate funnel is great for measuring and presenting the effectiveness of your customer funnel. Another name for the pirate funnel is the AARRR framework. Have you heard of it? It’s an analysis tool helpful for measuring every step of the customer journey and identifies leaks and potential loopholes.

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Use Chemical Lab Graphics for a Unique Presentation

Being creative in business is essential. Whether you’re coming up with the latest big marketing idea to sell your products or services or putting together an engaging presentation about your performance in the latest quarter, it’s important to think outside the box. Visual metaphors are powerful tools that allow you to do something different, but still, help your audience understand your message. You can use chemical lab graphics and test tube diagrams as a metaphor regardless of what your industry is.

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Present Relationship or Structure Creatively with Orbiting Atoms Diagrams

Do you know how atoms can help you in business? To answer that question, first consider what atoms are. Recall basic science lessons from your past. Atoms are the smallest unit of matter in chemical elements. Atom orbiting elements can be further divided into smaller parts. Consider what relationship or structures you might need to exchange.

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Use Target Bullseye Graphics to Make Objective Presentations Creative

Do you need to present your company objectives, goals, or targets? If you want to help your audience understand your message without dense text or confusing explanations, you need to use more engaging darts and bullseye graphics and visual metaphors. Consider that visuals might help you when expressing such ideas. The bullseye is the center of a shooting target, or the center of a target for a game of darts. It is a simple, instantly recognizable metaphor for a goal or objective.

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Present Stakeholder Analysis with Creative Modern PPT Diagrams

Who are your stakeholders? If you need to explain the stakeholder analysis and how your community and other stakeholders should factor into your business strategy, processes, or finances you may benefit from stakeholder graphics. Organizational structure, including stakeholders, are often varied layers. Using visuals on your slides rather than relying on paragraphs or your spoken words will help your audience conceptualize and understand these abstract ideas.

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Use Creative Graphics to Present Your Customer Experience Journeys in PowerPoint

Do you and your team give much thought to your customers’ experiences? If you need to present your customer experience journey, you might be at a loss. What does that look like? Depending on who your audience is, you might need to explain what the phrase “customer experience journey” actually means before you can even start.

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Use Elegant Chess Pieces to Present Strategy, Wins, Losses, and More!

Strategies, value and tactical processes are difficult to present. Chess pieces are easy to recognize visual metaphor for each of these things. When you use visuals to tell part of your story you can avoid using a lot of text.

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Present Complementary or Opposing Elements With Yin Yang Diagrams

What is a good way to visually express opposition or correlation? Using easily recognizable symbols can work as shorthand to help your audience imagine interdependent relationships. Although your first conscious thought might not be “Of course! Complementary opposite forces!” the symbolism is there. This dualism concept from ancient Chinese philosophy has made its way to the global stage. Since it has, Yin Yang diagrams can help audiences around the world understand abstract concepts and relations.

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