By Eugene Cheng
Let’s face it: Not all of us have hours to spare on a creating a beautiful, standout SlideShare deck. If you’re going to do it right, it takes time. And how many of us have tons of time to spare?
When we first started contributing our SlideShares, … Read More..
Want to make your SlideShares a little more lively? Now you can — literally.
GifDeck, a new tool developed by one of our Delhi-based engineers Jai Pandya, will convert your SlideShare into an animated GIF. Merely go to GifDeck.in, paste in a SlideShare URL, and out comes … Read More..
I’ll venture to say about 80% of presentations can benefit from a theme. What exactly is a theme in relation to presentations? It’s a one-word brand that captures the essence of your message.
For example, in today’s business culture, most presenters will opt for boring and unmemorable titles like, “How … Read More..
The Ethos3 team and I happen to be really big fans of business author Bernard Marr. He has plenty of useful and helpful decks on SlideShare — many of them fetching over 100,000 views. No offense to Mr. Marr, but we thought his slides could get even more views … Read More..
Deadlines. We all have them. What do you do when your boss tells you you have to present to the executive team in a few hours? Or perhaps you’ve put off drafting that dreaded deck for a bit too long. Either way, you’re under the gun to produce a powerful … Read More..
Drafting a compelling and thoughtful presentation narrative can quickly become a daunting task. Most presenters seem to have a decent grasp on what is needed to succeed at presentation design and delivery, but content always seems to be the biggest challenge. If you can relate to this obstacle, I have … Read More..
It’s hard to believe that schools in some areas are already back in session, signaling that summer will be nearing a quick and abrupt end. Although this signals the end of many people’s favorite season, I’m really looking forward to the fall, not only for the fall foliage, cold mornings … Read More..
Great presentations demand functional design. Without it, your design exists without purpose and without meaning. What exactly is functional design, though? It’s two-fold: It’s a presentation design approach with a clear purpose to obtain a specific result.
In order to make sure that you are using functional design in … Read More..