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Last month infoDiagram turned three years old since our full service. And it’s been amazing years so far.
We have been putting together visual slides for our colleague Marcin, some time ago.
Marcin was impressed by the book he was reading and wanted to note down the main ideas for himself and share them with others.
Today I want to share a nice example of how a rather technical topic can be illustrated by a simple diagram.
We know choosing handwritten fonts can be time-consuming. There are some very nice handwritten ones. Some are even quite readable 🙂
Looking at our previous posts, you could see we were not blogging too often. Once every 2-3 months. Our intention was mainly to share some specific diagram visualization example. Now we are going to extend this focus – sharing some more general design and PPTX hints on using slides illustrations, giving hints on using PowerPoint or other presentation software. And showing you more what we are cooking for you in our visuals kitchen.
Recently I created a simple diagram illustration of an interesting article. It was about a customer-centric projects approach in project management.
One reason so few of us achieve what we truly want is that we never direct our focus; we never concentrate our power. Most people dabble their way through life, never deciding to master anything in particular. Tony Robbins
Have you ever been to a conference, where you felt lost in the presentation?
I experienced many such situations. The worst was IT conferences – speakers there usually present some new cool application. Most of the speech a speaker talks about all the 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. Continue reading Puzzle Makeover of Speaker Advice Article