Do you have a presentation slide with some timeline or time sequence information? It can be a process description, a company history or a procedure explanation. Here are some examples how you can change this text information into a visually attractive way.
Do you have a classical bullet point text slide with a list of items while making your presentation? You can easily change it to simple infographics slides and make your presentation more undestandable and attractive for customers.
Here’s an example of how our icons were applied for a presentation made in Apple Keynote. The presentation gives simple hints how to plan six months ahead of your business.
Wondering what’s hot and what’s not in slides design lately? See examples of four trends we see in presentations, try to adapt them in your slides. Learn what styles to avoid, so your PowerPoint will not look like from last decade 😉
Have you ever been to a conference, where you felt lost in the presentation? I experienced many such situations. The worst were IT conferences – speakers there usually present some new cool application. Most of the speech a speaker talks about all magic features their software offers. However often I missed one thing – what the hell was their application good for?
When reading an article of a fellow blogger on public speaking (Debbie Fay from BeSpeakPresentations), I thought this is a great place to exercise using an illustration in the blog article.
Recently I was designing slides on topic of Big Data Concepts (it’s my other area of interest, after visualizations).
A few weeks ago I was designing slides for an interesting motivational speech, where I had to illustrating business model.
Today let’s visualize so commonly used “Agenda slide” or “Table of Content”. Why not make it more visual? Check my proposals of visual agenda below. I created them using standard shapes from PowerPoint and infoDiagram’s hand drawn icons.
This is a visualization from our slide design training where I was illustrating “1 = A+B+C” Rule from Nine Presentation Hints (by Prezentio.com). Here I will tell you about 1 message rule. What should a presentation tell? 1: Have one main message to pass. No more, no less :). A single message you want your listeners to remember after the presentation. Think it over, what is the one point that should stay in their heads. Then make your whole presentation to support this point. A + B + C: Present three arguments supporting your main message. Three reasons why your message is important to your listeners. Enrich each argument by […]