Tables are everywhere in business – price list, KPI comparisons, project meetings, quarter review meet-ups, accounting audits… Sounds familiar? We use tables a lot, it is one of the most common ways to present the data. Making a table in PowerPoint or Excel is simple and quick. However, usually, those tables look pretty boring. It’s time to change that!
Kids love drawing at an early age. From doodling with crayons to later learning and utilizing other utensils, we’re innately drawn to art and want to create it.
Do you use lists and agendas often in your presentations?
How even a non-designer can create neat infographics in PowerPoint Today we are sharing with you a few tips on creating simple infographics. Following these steps, you can design eye-catching presentation graphics, that will look much better in your slides.
Looking for an answer how to be more creative and original while creating presentations? Check the following four tips. No doubt you want to make an outstanding presentation, which will catch all attention of the audience. The trick is how to be different than the masses. Especially if you’re one of the several presenters. The question is how to step out of common default look of slides everybody is using? Find a moment before making a presentation, jump into your creative mood. How?
Did you know you can use PowerPoint as an Image Editor? That’s right! PowerPoint isn’t just for presentations. It’s a pretty good image editor that you can use to create illustrations or materials or your blog, fan page, posters, infographics, or even seasonal cards! Since we are just a few weeks from Santa sliding down our chimneys, it’s time to start thinking about sending seasonal greetings to friends and family, and for us that means creating our own cards and e-cards! Even if you aren’t a graphic designer, you can make fantastic looking cards in PowerPoint. Use our free hand drawn Holiday graphics (watch for the link and voucher code […]
Do you recall the last presentation you’ve seen about business status? You know, the quarterly review meeting or annual company summary? Often those presentations look not very attractive. Unless you feel directly what numbers on slides mean to you, it’s hard to stay focused. However, there is a help. With a few simple design tricks, you can make such We demonstrate it on the retail business case, however, you can reuse the same ideas for any other industry. The examples below are using Retail Business PPT Template (graphics sources available for download from infoDiagram.com webpage)
A strategy is a common topic I often see in company presentations of all kind. Typically those are business plans, board presentations or investor pitches. The strategy defines general actions over the course of several years. The challenge is how to quickly and neatly make a strategy illustration in your document? What image to choose?
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 how you can illustrate a supply chain presentation. Easily and quickly, using only PowerPoint tools.
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.