2018 is here! Holidays are finished, champagne is drunk, people are getting back to work. Let’s plan new year together to make the most of it!
First of all, THANK YOU for being with us last year.
We appreciate your interest in our presentation design work. Thanks to you we become better every single day. InfoDiagram team always welcomes your feedback, so together we can improve the world of visual communication slide by slide :).
Having logistics or supply chain presentation? At this blog, we propose examples of using Central America or Caribbean map to illustrate a sales report, marketing or business reviews. Use them as an inspiration :).
Want to stick attention of your presentation audience to the specific keyword, particular figure or data chart area? Try to use handwritten markers – on the paper as well as in the PowerPoint using the digital form of a hand drawn highlighter shape.
Looking for a way to present and promote your startup? You can have the best idea ever, but supporting your words with a professionally-looking presentation is must-do to impress investors.
Preparing for a presentation about cloud technologies? Trying to illustrate IT network structure and its devices? These topics can be pretty complicated to explain quickly due to their complexity and level of abstraction. That’s why the good idea is to use symbols to illustrate those informatics concepts. If you’re using bare texts in squares or circles, it is hard for people to follow you.
If your presentation is in a flat style, but you want to add creative elements and make slides look nicer, applying banners is a good graphical element to use. And believe me, there are more cases where you can use such shapes, then the title of a slide.
We’re living in the Internet age when almost every business has its website or sometimes even a separate application. Except for maybe a small bakery on the corner of your house :).
Presenting your own company is a common part of pretty every business conference or sales or investor pitch. However, this is usually also the most boring part, as it is more about you and less about your audience.
In this blog, you can find ideas on how to present your company profile and history in a powerful and attractive visual way.
Want to illustrate a comment, quote, dialogue or make an interesting creative timeline? Consider using stylish handwritten speech bubbles as a representation of various communication concepts in your presentation. Below we present six ideas of using speech balloons on a slide.