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 Categorized: Tips and Best Practices
Here are 3 rules to keep in mind before you start simplifying your presentation:
1. Look for redundancies. It is important … Read More..
“Good design is thorough down to the last detail.” – Dieter Rams
Creating a beautiful presentation requires a symphony of visual elements to work together for a “big picture.” Designers seek to make the entire vision work together in terms of how each part interacts. This includes layout, … Read More..
IDEO knows a thing or two about building businesses: The renowned design firm specializes in designing organizations, products and experiences that will revolutionize the way things work, and has helped revamp companies ranging from Kraft Foods to the National Health Services. So how did the international agency go about creating … Read More..
Given the popularity of the last Slide Makeover, I’ve decided to offer up another example for your learning and education. This one comes to us from our friends at Buffer, and their guide for how often to post on social media. The deck has gotten more than 38,000 views, … Read More..
Remember how in “Presenting 101” they taught us that giving a presentation is all about getting an idea across? There’s an unfortunate truth they don’t tell you, though: You can be great at getting across a message, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be successful as a presenter. What you … 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..
We’ve all likely, at some point, worked at an organization where there have been politics, disgruntled colleagues, bad attitudes or backstabbing. Call it culture gone wrong. How can you revert it?