It’s this time of year when people talk intensively about new directions, set fresh objectives for their businesses. On all levels, from the top board presentations, product development blueprints, or investor pitches of a start-up. When you want to present long-term plans, visualizing it is the best way to communicate your company or product vision. We’d like to share three ways to make your roadmap presentation attractive and well remembered.
But firstly… huge THANKS. 2016 was a great year for us. Because of you! Thanks for using our slides graphics. For writing us what you need. For helping us improving the world of visual communication New Learning Resources for Presentation Design Here are blog articles with hints and examples on making an engaging visual presentation:
The Boston Consulting group’s product portfolio matrix (BCG) is designed to help with long-term strategic planning, to help a business consider growth opportunities by reviewing its portfolio of products to decide where to invest, to discontinue or develop products. Since 1968, the BCG matrix, also known as the Boston or growth-share matrix, is a tool for answer those questions by providing them a way to analyze product lines in search of growth opportunities.
The concept of knowledge or education appears in various places in presentations. You may have a presentation section about teaching and onboarding new team members. Or you mention education as one of your points. The whole e-learning is about passing the knowledge. Or maybe you’re a trainer or teacher – when every presentation you do is about wisdom. Adding a visual symbol presenting knowledge, representing an idea of wisdom helps you make your slides more engaging and remembered. The question is how to illustrate knowledge, wisdom or education in a proper way in a PowerPoint presentation.
Is a security, safety or stability topic of your speech? Do you need to present security idea in your document? Whether this concept is only a part of your presentation topics or the whole talk is about security business, you can easily make such slides more attractive by adding a graphical symbol representing the security concept.
Need to present risk concept? Is a risk topic of your next presentation? We see this concept to appear often in market analysis presentations such as SWOT evaluations, PEST model or Porter Forces analysis. The risk management is another obvious area in content of finances or various technical sectors. However also start-up pitch presentations use risk idea in the slides about potential market risks.
The AIDA Model identifies cognitive stages an individual goes through during the buying process for a product or service. It’s a purchasing funnel where buyers go to and fro at each stage, to support them in making the final purchase. AIDA Model Diagram will help you ensure that any kind of writing, whose purpose is to get the reader to do something, is as effective as possible.
The PEST analysis is a useful tool for understanding market growth or decline, and as such the position, potential and direction for a business. We created a collection of PEST and PESTEL model diagrams, representing PESTEL attributes: Politics, Economy, Society, Technology, Environment and Law. Presentation template suitable for business analysis and strategy planning presentations. You can use PEST analysis for business and strategic planning, marketing planning, business and product development and research reports.
Have no idea how to present an idea of a service? Is a service or assistance topic of your presentation? Typically we see this concept to appear in a presentation in agenda slides as one of the topics in a title slide – if the whole presentation is about service business The service can be represented by basic graphics. You can use the most common symbols or go further and try to be more creative.
Did you know you can use PowerPoint as an Image Editor? That’s right! PowerPoint isn’t just for presentations. It’s a pretty good image editor that you can use to create illustrations or materials or your blog, fan page, posters, infographics, or even seasonal cards! Since we are just a few weeks from Santa sliding down our chimneys, it’s time to start thinking about sending seasonal greetings to friends and family, and for us that means creating our own cards and e-cards! Even if you aren’t a graphic designer, you can make fantastic looking cards in PowerPoint. Use our free hand drawn Holiday graphics (watch for the link and voucher code […]