This is one of the most common challenges: lack of time to create unique or at least good-looking slides. We all want to know how to make nice slides in no time 🙂 So I’ll open a curtain a bit.
Hey 🙂 We’re continuing our Questions and Answers series and today I’d like to share simple tricks on how to stay creative with your presentations without putting much effort in it.
Hi! My series with your Questions and Answers continues. Today I’m answering the second frequent question I get from you: how to explain something using diagrammatic format and make presentations easier to understand.
Hey, presentation makers :). I’m starting the series of answering your questions, about various PowerPoint and presentation issues – from design tips to “where to catch inspiration” challenges.
With approaching Christmas and New Year celebrations, you may want to create personal greeting card. You can do it pretty quickly using the PowerPoint and some Holiday graphics that you can reuse.
Last quarter is time to prepare a summary of company yearly performance. Answering whether the yearly objectives are still valid, whether the sale quotas were done. And looking slowly into next year plans. If you are involved in preparing such business review presentation, here are a few suggestions how you can make the review visually engaging.
Recently at our Slide Design training, a participant asked us if there is a fast and easy way to make puzzles in PowerPoint. Well basically, it’s pretty simple. During training, it took me 2-3 minutes to show how to prepare the puzzle yourself. Here is a step-by-step instruction how to create such puzzle diagram.
Here’s the next timesaving trick for making presentation, that works well for me is the creation of so-called slide-deck or slides library.
In today’s busy world a speed of making slides is a critical issue. If you have to make a presentation in a rush and you have no time for creating a fancy design, here are some ways you can speed up your work in PowerPoint.
Summer in the office can be pretty lazy time. There are less urgent projects running, it’s low season for sales, fairs or conferences. Half of staff are on holidays anyway. However, for marketing department, this is an ideal time to prepare for busy last quarter.