If you don’t hook your audience from the first seconds you start your presentation, you will lose them until the end. One of the first things your audience sees in the first 5 seconds of your presentation is the title. They even have an idea of how your presentation is going to be before you even show up.
No matter the sales pitch or your experience as a marketer, visual presentations will always find a place in your repertoire. According to statistics, 91% of people feel to present their ideas to others if their arguments are backed by visual slides.
Today I’m happy to share the interview with Matt Abrahams – coach on communication and presentation skills, educator and author. He’s gonna tell us about the role of presentations in public speaking, his challenges in preparing for a speech and a lot more. Enjoy 🙂
Need to present your company pitch and your solution? Presenting What and Why you do what you do is a common part of business conferences or partner meetings. The trick is how to make it persuasive and attractive. See our tips on how to design creative company presentation.
In this post, we’ll show how you can facelift your slides and show the audience something they will not forget.
Are you preparing slides for an upcoming webinar? After preparing content and script, it’s time to work with PowerPoint. See how you can create the killer webinar presentation to engage your audience.
Stories make the best presentations
Have you ever been forced to sit through a dull presentation? Do you worry when you have to present to clients, coworkers or superiors that your talk will be boring? Even if you need to present dry information, you can have an engaging talk. All you need to do is tell a good story.
Do you want to add eye-catching intersection diagram to your presentation? In this blog, we share a few inspiration ideas for creating Venn charts in PowerPoint.
Does your presentation contain the idea of hidden versus visible? Consider using an analogy of an iceberg image.
This blog illustrates where and how you can use the iceberg diagrams. Make your presentation easier to remember by explaining visually invisible roots of various problems.
Creating eye-catching and clear visuals to accompany and represent numerical information can be a hell of the challenge. Especially if you’re under time pressure. In fact, data visualization is one of the most challenging parts of creating presentations.
Use these four simple steps to quickly improve your next data-driven talk. Continue reading Data Visualization Slide? 4 Ways to Improve a Chart
We continue interview series with our customers, and today I’d like you to meet Christian – psychotherapist and lecturer from Austria. I had a great conversation with him how the use of a creative graphics can add a personal touch to the presentation.