Looking for a way to present and promote your startup? You can have the best idea ever, but supporting your words with a professionally-looking presentation is must-do to impress investors.
We’re living in the Internet age when almost every business has its website or sometimes even a separate application. Except for maybe a small bakery on the corner of your house :).
Presenting your own company is a common part of pretty every business conference or sales or investor pitch. However, this is usually also the most boring part, as it is more about you and less about your audience. In this blog, you can find ideas how to present your company profile and history in a powerful and attractive visual way.
Consistency in presentation design When your materials are consistent, your audience can focus on what you have to say. Inconsistent materials, by comparison, tend to distract from your message and keep your customers or employees from absorbing what you’re trying to say. How can you be sure you’re being consistent? Here are a few ways you can make your presentations not only uniform but are posed to make the most impact: 1. Use the same one or two fonts throughout. If you use a variety of fonts in your presentation you can make the information difficult to follow. If there are many types of fonts featured on posters […]
Communicating Motivation “Don’t worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.”– Jack Canfield In our competitive and fast-changing world motivation is a crucial factor. For you as a leader or a trainer, it’s not enough only to understand it, but also to inspire your team. Hence having an engaging presentation helps to communicate clearly your motivation message. Additionally, if you will use an unconventional hand-drawn style instead of default shapes, your presentation will look more authentic and personal.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. I’ve always erred on the side of a thousand words, but that makes sense – I’m a writer, not a designer.
For a presenter, PowerPoint or other presentation software is indeed the main tool for creating a presentation but there’s certainly much more of what you want to say to your audience. It won’t fit all into few slides of your presentation. As a presenter, you’re passing on knowledge. No matter if it’s just a general overview of the topic or deep insights packed up with details.
If your presentation is overloaded with information and you want to minimize the amount of text, but keep the main message, this post is definitely for you. During working on slides design or redesign we also often face the problem how to simplify a complex presentation. So we share here three tips how we cope with it.
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?
The AIDA Model identifies cognitive stages an individual goes through during the buying process for a product or service. It’s a purchasing funnel where buyers go to and fro at each stage, to support them in making the final purchase. AIDA Model Diagram will help you ensure that any kind of writing, whose purpose is to get the reader to do something, is as effective as possible.