The world is mobile, and so are presentations. You’ve probably grappled with pulling up a presentation on your phone while running to a meeting, right? Or wished you could reach into your pocket and showcase a deck to better illustrate your point?
We hear you. Today we’re excited to introduce … Read More..
As more and more people view presentations on their mobile devices, we want to make sure you, the presenter and uploader, are optimized for the mobile-centric world, too. Now, when you upload to SlideShare, you will see a preview of how your SlideShare will look on various mobile devices.
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We’re excited to announce a new experience for our mobile users: When visiting SlideShare from your phone or tablet, you can now swipe through a presentation or document, in both landscape and portrait mode.
Having recently launched a new homepage and browsing experience on our mobile site, we are pleased … Read More..
When we began building SlideShare’s Android app, we had three goals in mind: to make you more productive, to help you learn something new, and to make your day a little more interesting.
With that in mind, we focused on creating a few key features that would make this app … Read More..
I don’t know about you, but I love staying current. It’s fun to know the latest and greatest, and this holds true even for a topic that seems unchanging, like presentations. Whether it’s with photos, fonts or otherwise, these are presentation features that change and transform over time.
Here are … Read More..
“It only takes one asshole to destroy an entire team.”
That’s a quote from Digg’s Lead Architect Joe Stump, and for anyone who’s ever worked on a team before, it surely rings true. For engineers, often working in a close-knit, fast-paced environment can be especially disastrous.
So how do you … Read More..
Great companies are built by great employees. How do you and your colleagues create an A-Team? Join our #CultureCode campaign and share with the world how you and your organization stand out.
We’ve even created a template for employees and teams to get started:
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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..