If you find yourself frequently uploading your decks to SlideShare, you are probably reading this post right now to find the latest tip, trick or edge to shoot you ahead of the competition. One of the things that will help you get there? Photography. More specifically, the rise … Read More..
Posts By: Scott Schwertly
Here are 3 rules to keep in mind before you start simplifying your presentation:
1. Look for redundancies. It is important … Read More..
When creating a presentation, it’s easy to get caught up focusing on the content — after all, it is the meat of any deck. But we can’t forget that if this information is not presented in an engaging way, its impact will not be as great. In other words: Design … Read More..
As presentations continue to evolve, it is always great to see presenters opting for photography over heavy text usage or the dreaded bullet point. In that same breath, it’s also a shame to see so many presentations littered with poorly chosen stock photos.
It doesn’t have to be this way.… Read More..
I was browsing the web the other day and stumbled across a handful of slides that I thought could use a makeover. The slides were cluttered, the main message unclear and visuals weren’t leveraged to make any impact.
So I asked my team to redesign them. I thought it would … Read More..
After spending hours building and designing your presentation, it’s easy to think that it has served its purpose once your speech is over. Don’t stop there! You can maximize its reach and potential by spending just a few minutes re-purposing it for the web. You likely delivered your presentation to … Read More..
Great presentation design can be difficult to master because it requires the coordination of many elements, including colors, fonts, images, icons and background. While there are a lot of pieces to the presentation design puzzle, don’t be overwhelmed. Let the design principle of “less is more” … Read More..