Let’s face it: we’ve all been to business meetings, where at one moment we were lost and a bit ‘off’. Poorly planned, badly timed and generally disorganized meetings can waste a team’s time and make a leader look unprofessional. Having a predesigned business meeting template comes handy in such situations. You can adapt it to your meeting rules, and meeting topic checklist, to ensure effective flow of the meeting.
Like using post-its in your work place? Then why not to incorporate them into presentation?
Talking about service industries such as finances, trade or IT? All those deal with more abstract concepts than the classical product industries. Therefore it’s harder to present those business sectors visually, to make your presentation more engaging. People respond to visual information faster, thus it’s still worth investing a bit time to illustrate properly your document.
Many presentations are made a day before meetings, if not an hour :). No wonder they look pretty default. Don’t loose the power of your final data presentation due to lack of preparation time. Wanna know how you can quickly replace default data table or charts by something more attractive? Keep reading.
Infographics are everywhere around us: they are bright, fast to catch and easy to understand. If you think PowerPoint is not the right tool for that, you will be surprised Here’s an example of our client using tall-format ppt infographics for promoting their digital services to the website.
If you want to tell a story in your presentation, show it as series of events in a chronological order. A nicely-designed timeline is what you need to make your slides visually compelling. For showing detailed plans, there are numerous specialized tools for project management (just google for Gantt charts apps). However, sometimes simplicity is the best path. That’s why here we propose a several ways you can do quickly a fancy timeline in a PowerPoint. A timeline that is flexible to show any events and comments. Plus it’s very easy to create and edit.
One of the key lessons we learned when working with presentations is that people catch visual information way faster than a bold text (see LinkedIn article 63% Say Presentations are Boring). Here we’d like to present you a few proven ways how you can transfer a text information to strong visuals. Follow these five tips – to boost the energy level of your slides the same way the coffee wakes you up in the morning :).
Visualizations act as a campfire around which we gather to tell stories. – Al Shalloway Visualization is a powerful way to simplify data that hard to understand and show it in an insightful form. Have you ever thought about creating attractive infographics yourself? You can do it pretty fast using only PowerPoint and I will show how easy it is.
Marketing is often more an art, than a science. At the same time, it is a quite complex business area, which accumulates dozens of concepts and tools. In this post, we gathered ideas how you can illustrate frequently used marketing concepts.
If you’re about to present a talent management issue to the key team members or a board, it’s important to make a good impression. Besides the presentation content, a proper topic visualization can make a difference too, in your speech delivery. Here are some visual solutions we propose.