Do you run online training or webinars? Let me suggest what you can do to make your slides attractive and easy to remember.
You may be watching this disease development day to day, as I do. I am trying to extract facts and evaluate dangers considering my family and business. I see over various media that proper explaining the facts is so important especially now. It helps people react appropriately, it helps not to overlook what’s the important. Therefore I’d like to share a few tips on preparing clear information materials about Covid-19 disease, be it leaflet, banner or presentation of company actions. All made using only PowerPoint. See examples below
What are common presentation trends, as for year 2020? What graphic styles should you use in your PowerPoint slides, not to look outdated?
Are you presenting data graphs a lot on your slides? Make sure you are not failing into one of the data visualization traps. Here are the most common mistakes I see people do when they present various Excel charts to PowerPoint.
How should you present company roles and organization charts? Whether your goal is to illustrate the structure of your organization or to make a presentation about company roles and departments, you can accomplish either with modern, creative icons.
Do you need to present product comparisons? Are you struggling to make those comparisons in a creative way? You can make creative visualizations to accomplish this task. Making simple comparison tables in PowerPoint is easy. We will show you how.
The challenge is how to make table from Excel look attractive inside your PowerPoint presentation. What to do with it, having only 30 minutes left. This is a problem I’ve experienced a lot in my projects – How to make financial charts more visual? How to make it eye-catchy and still readable? How to make sure people see there the same important data you want to show? A few quick tricks I’d suggest: 1. Use colors to show data importance
Recently a client asked us this question. It’s damn good question, especially if you work on joint project, in a team, where success depends on overall performance of the group. To help your team mates to make visual presentation slides I recommend those three steps: 1. Motivate your peers by sharing examples Explain that visual slides are much more effective in passing the content. Show examples of both presentation types. See some such slides examples below. You can also motivate by showing them how to do some of those redesigns: 2. Provide tools to start with – a slide deck, Build a visual slide deck – collection of visual slides […]
A frequent question people ask is how to organize slides in a presentation, how to apply good structure. To be short and simple, I’d suggest to use the standard three parts “hamburger” approach but enrich it with proper use of visual slides. The three presentation parts and their purpose are: Opening with purpose to get attention – each presentation should have a proper opening part: Title slide, Opening Question, Agenda. Body of your presentation that is here to explain your message – your presentation content split into various points. Start with audience benefits, not with features and details. Closing with clear call to action – summary slide, contact, final remark […]
I was asked about how to represent data in different ways in a presentation. A quick answer I’d suggest is to consider presenting data in several ways: if you have 1-6 key numbers you want to show, write them big on a slide. Don’t just list them as bullet-points – it’s better to position each data as a separate text and apply e.g. matrix layout – for 4 numbers 2×2. Add an illustrative icon representing your data meaning. If you have a series of data, then data chart or data table is an obvious form. You can enhance the chart by adding an icon like here: Try […]