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 understandable and attractive to customers. Continue reading Making infographics slides from text lists [Slideshare]
A few weeks ago I was designing slides for an interesting motivational speech, where I had to illustrate the business model.
Imagine a situation – you are working on a presentation, you know your content, you have a structure, and there is one key message you want to make sure every body will remember from your talk. You know that just saying or writing that message is not good enough. What else can you do? What about supporting it by graphical illustration that tells your key message in visual way.
I was in such situation when working on my training. In this article I am going to present you a simple visualization example of a such key message.Continue reading 1 message rule (Prezentio’s Rules of good presentation)
Here I share example of illustrating the main message of Seth Godin’s blog post “Every successful case is a special case” or how you can present a success. You can see process of visual thinking how I came up with the final Venn diagram drawing.Continue reading Every successful case is a special case (Seth Godin blog)
This is an another practise of using visual thinking to extract the essence of written word. See how I would illustrate the main idea of the business article about planning activities.Continue reading Four Reasons Any Action Is Better than None (R. Kanter), extended HowTo
Here’s a simple diagram sketch of excellent Seth Godin’s blog “What’s the use case?” (original blog here).Continue reading What’s the use case? (Seth Godin blog)