At Ethos3, we love presentations. So, we find it especially fun to experiment with new or existing content to see how much value we can add with a facelift. This past week we decided to grab a few decks and play. The end result: a series of four beautiful … Read More..
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It was long. It was brutal. But, it was definitely worth it.
Thinking back to that moment, there is one quality that … Read More..
Today’s marketer has more outlets than ever before: Social media, blogs and video platforms are just the tip of the iceberg. No wonder it’s easy to get
overwhelmed when promoting in the 21st century. The good news is there are now dozens of apps, services, and other resources available to … Read More..
Professional designers will advise against ever using bullet points in a deck: Bullet points act like bullets — they kill your presentation. However, this mentality can change if you transform your bullet points into a visual component of your presentation.
I often get asked about the future of presentations. Making accurate predictions is tough, though, as they’re moving targets. This holds particularly true as creation tools such as FlowVella, ScrollMotion, and Prezi enter the workplace, and traditional software like PowerPoint and Keynote undergo their own transformations. Whether you … Read More..
Let’s face it: PowerPoint isn’t the easiest to learn and use, especially if you’re wanting to elevate your design beyond headers and bullet points. Thankfully there are other tools available today that allow you to easily create presentations — and have them look good, too. Here’s a look:
Humans are a visual species. Our brains process visual information 60,000 times faster than text, and retain 60% more of what we see than what we read. So, it makes sense that mastering the art of being visual can make your content more engaging, more memorable and more shareable. As … Read More..
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on DominiqueJ.com
Last week I created my first SlideShare presentation ever. I had absolutely NO following on SlideShare. I’m not some “big brand”. I’m not famous. I have extremely limited graphic design skills. Despite all of that, my presentation got … Read More..