Curious how you can improve your presentation and take it to the next level? There are a few simple tricks that can help make your slides look clean and more appealing. And each will take 5 minutes or even less! This series is inspired by presentations we design and put together by our chief designers.
One of the most often design mistakes is too stuffed presentation slides. In this blog, we’re sharing how to ensure the slides are readable and clear for the audience, so your message can be heard loud & clear.
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Adding an icon or several of them to your PowerPoint presentation is a great way to make your slide eye catchy. Of course, if you have a space for them. A little illustration for your key points creates a visual association and that makes it easier for the reader to remember the slide content.
I am sharing here several design ways how you can blend symbols with your content, to make your presentation look professional.
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Adding animation is something to consider when you want to make your presentation more dynamic. Or when you don’t want to reveal all slide content at once and show it point by point.
In this blog, I’d like to share tips on making professional animations in PowerPoint that will ensure your presentation will look attractive and professional.
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Using the power of icons is a great way to make your PowerPoint slide visual. Adding a graphical symbol helps to understand better the points you want to make. However, choosing a proper icon and incorporating it into your slide in a consistent way may take you some time.
Continue reading How to Find the Right Icon and Use It [PPT best-practice]
What is the effective way to quickly modify diagram shapes to fit your content?
I am going to share one of the best practices for presentation design that I use in my work as a slides designer. Understanding how copying and adapting works can save you precious time when preparing your next presentation.
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In the emergence of global coronavirus pandemics, we want to help the way we can. Supporting you communicating with your clients, patients and colleagues.
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Imagine you are working on an important PowerPoint presentation. You know that a visual slide content is much better for your audience than pure text. Therefore you collect various diagram, flowchart, visual metaphor ideas. However, you struggle to quickly choose a proper one expressing your topic.
Continue reading How to choose a diagram? 18 Categories to Cover Major Structures and Processes
It’s this time of the year… Time to make plans! If you’re about to develop a strategy, timeline, or a step-by-step plan for the new year, calendars are what you may need. Creating your own calendar table in PowerPoint can be a time-consuming task.
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Will you be making a light pitch or business presentation soon? If you need to secure funds or additional resources for a project you will need to make a compelling presentation. Elegant visuals can aid that purpose. Whether you build your own graphics or use our investor pitch deck, you will need modern, professional icons.
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When should you use a closed-cycle diagram? When you need to show a repeating process. Why should you create stylized closed cycle diagrams rather than use default, simple, SmartArt diagrams? All imagery is not created equally. If you want to have an interesting, visually striking presentation then you’ll have to create or modify your own diagrams.
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