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.
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Bitcoin is at an all-time high: Q1 2015 was the cryptocurrency’s best quarter yet in terms of venture capital investments made into its ecosystem, with $226 million raised. Still, the digital currency has yet to become mainstream — just 8.4 million people have bitcoin “wallets,” and adoption by businesses has … Read More..
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..
The Apple Watch will finally be unleashed into the hands of consumers today. Will it live up to its hype? How will this high-tech timepiece change us? And how can we take advantage of this giant development in the wearable industry?
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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..