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(some) tips on typography

(some) tips on typography

There's no two ways about it. Typography can make or break a slide. We've spoken before on this blog of the importance of getting the visuals right but don't forget that visualizing text - i.e. thinking typographically, is just as crucial. Here are a few tips that may...

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(some of) the superpowers of powerpoint

(some of) the superpowers of powerpoint

There are times when one is so focused on just getting the basic PowerPoint slides in place that getting the presentation to fly becomes secondary. Sometimes, there just aren’t enough hours in a day (or even minutes in an hour) to get the end-result you would ideally...

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going live is going strong

going live is going strong

Who would have imagined that going live on a social media platform could be such a powerful new tool for business presentations and brand communication! While webinars come across as the more "formal and business-like" option for corporate communication and...

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Q & A made Quick & Easy!

Q & A made Quick & Easy!

For those who have the Monday morning blues, thinking about the week's demands, we thought we'd share two resources that cut through the clutter and cut to the chase, in answer to 2 simple questions: Q: Designing presentations for the web? A: Here's a how-to that can...

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knowledge shared is knowledge multiplied

knowledge shared is knowledge multiplied

As the lines between work and play get blurred, so do the lines between roles as individuals have to toggle between team leader, presenter, content-creator, editor, and - who would have thought - technician. It's truly a brave new world! In these DIY days, sometimes...

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optimizing screen-sharing in 4 easy steps

optimizing screen-sharing in 4 easy steps

Online meetings have made screen-sharing a must. And while most of us are just happy to press ‘Share Screen’ – here are a few things that any able professional should keep in mind.

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two videos on visual thinking

two videos on visual thinking

Thinking visually, experts say, is ideal for this digital age. And yet, it's an old and very powerful source of game-changing ideas, as this video shows us. While, in earlier posts, we've enjoyed thinking about the important role of images and the importance of...

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fitting big ideas on small screens

fitting big ideas on small screens

With business presentations being made in virtual meeting rooms, a whole new design aspect needs to be considered: the size of the screen… PowerPoint presentations would conventionally be projected on a large screen in a real conference room, with light and sound...

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how ad(d)ing the right words adds up

how ad(d)ing the right words adds up

Last week, we suggested thinking of each slide not as a mini-brochure jam-packed with text but rather as an ad – or even a billboard. This, we argued, would ease the burden of communication, which has been made so much more difficult by having to do most of it online....

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(re)thinking and (re)imagining your next online presentation

(re)thinking and (re)imagining your next online presentation

Presenting online presents a new set of challenges. And a new set of opportunities. One of the biggest challenges, is how to keep the audience with you – despite technical glitches and other interruptions of the virtual kind (see last week’s post)… When you lose the...

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face-to-face vs facelessness (or how to avoid the void)

face-to-face vs facelessness (or how to avoid the void)

Hello and welcome to our ongoing series on “things to remember when presenting online”. Last week’s post (about getting technicalities right) ended with the possibility of having to turn off your video while making an online presentation, and the fear of talking into...

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let’s get (a bit) technical

let’s get (a bit) technical

Welcome back. Today we begin our series on “things to remember when presenting online”. As we mentioned in last week's post – impact, effectiveness and clarity are even more critical in today’s brave new world of business presentations. In a pre-pandemic scenario, you...

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the more (some) things change, the more they remain the same

the more (some) things change, the more they remain the same

Why webinars make sense and what role slide decks have in this brave new world This blog-post is being written from home. The current pandemic has collapsed the borders between “work” and “home” for so many of us. What had felt new only a couple of months ago is now...

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THE ROLE OF IMAGES

THE ROLE OF IMAGES

Everyone knows the importance of images. Be it one’s one self-image or the image one projects in different environments based on role-playing and need. In presentations, images are often used without clearly understanding the role they play and the need they fulfill....

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KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE

KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE

When you think about the audience for your presentation, you’re most likely thinking of a mass. An amorphous entity, a row of nameless faces. This is not very conducive to hitting the right note, because as we all know, it’s easier to talk to a single person than to a...

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Learning never stops!

Learning never stops!

When you're feeling that Friday-fatigue, and are wondering how to tackle the next big presentation, don't despair. There is a wealth of tutorials and how-to's online that will make your life easier, and help you stay on top of the situation. And to make your life...

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QUESTION TIME

QUESTION TIME

One hallmark of a confident presenter is how you handle questions. In today’s post, we will look at how not just answering questions but asking questions during your presentation can be a powerful strategy. For example, the usual approach would be to directly dive...

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H is for Handouts

H is for Handouts

In a working environment where soft copies are in, and hard copies passé (not to mention frowned upon for being a waste of paper) – what relevance can handouts continue to have? That’s the topic we’d like to address in this post. The first question that comes to mind...

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JAZZ UP YOUR PRESENTATION IN A GIFFY!

JAZZ UP YOUR PRESENTATION IN A GIFFY!

Continuing the thread on multi-media, one of the easiest and most effective ways of adding a dynamic element to your presentation is to add in gifs. Having said that, it’s important to choose wisely and well. When you’re spoilt for choice, it helps to have a few handy...

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M is for Multimedia

M is for Multimedia

In our post The A-Z of PPT, M was for both memorability and multimedia. The way we look at it, a great way to make a presentation memorable is to design it as a multimedia presentation. And if that seems complicated, relax. All it means is that your presentation...

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THINKING THEMATIC: TAKE FOUR

THINKING THEMATIC: TAKE FOUR

In an earlier post we had written about the importance of thinking thematically. Theme as a creative structuring principle for your presentations, a way of making all the pieces of the puzzle fit together with clarity and impact. Today, we’ll look at theme in a slightly different way…

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EXPLORE THESE EXCITING ADD-INS

EXPLORE THESE EXCITING ADD-INS

On the verge of a new year, we thought we’d look at some new ways in which you can enhance your PowerPoint presentations – for free!

From the 11 exciting add-ins listed here, we’ve highlighted the ones we think might be most useful

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COLOR COUNTS

COLOR COUNTS

In an early post on design, we wrote about the importance of color coordination when designing your slides. If you already have a design template to work within (as is the case with corporate presentations) the color options and grids are already decided for you,...

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THINKING ABOUT THE “PRE-” OF PRESENTATIONS

THINKING ABOUT THE “PRE-” OF PRESENTATIONS

In this post we’d like to think about the pre- of presentations. Sometimes, we’re so focused on the after (i.e. the end result, which is the presentation itself) that we may forget to think clearly and carefully about the before…

Here are some basic pointers…

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LEFT-BRAIN RIGHT-BRAIN BALANCE

LEFT-BRAIN RIGHT-BRAIN BALANCE

Everyone knows that the left-brain functions logically and objectively, and the right-brain intuitively and creatively. And while certain personality types may have one side dominant over the other, in general, it is best to assume that the average individual reacts...

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FIVE FANTASTIC FREE FONTS

FIVE FANTASTIC FREE FONTS

The best thing about the world wide web is how it enhances connectivity. One of the readers of our blog reached out to us, with a wonderfully proactive suggestion regarding free fonts on the web. Many available fonts are free only for personal use, not professional....

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TIMING IS EVERYTHING

TIMING IS EVERYTHING

This applies not just in life – and on the field – but also to PowerPoint Presentations. Here are some timely suggestions on how to make sure your presentation doesn’t drag, and to make the most of your precious time with the client.

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HOW TO LIGHTEN UP A DATA-HEAVY PRESENTATION

HOW TO LIGHTEN UP A DATA-HEAVY PRESENTATION

How can you lighten up data-heavy presentations without making the presentation feel light-weight? There are a few tried and tested ideas that go a long way to making data-heavy presentations easier to digest. And all of them have one thing in common…

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 A PICTURE IS WORTH…

 A PICTURE IS WORTH…

Having acknowledged the importance of words and improving the word-power of your PowerPoint presentation over the last few posts, today we will acknowledge the wisdom of the well-known saying: “A picture is worth a thousand words”… However – and this is something we sometimes forget – that’s true only if the picture is chosen with great care. Here are some things we’ve learnt about how to make the image click!

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The A to Z of PPT

The A to Z of PPT

Lists are a way of making life easier. And there’s nothing quite like seeing all the points on your job-list ticked off by the end of the day!

Today, we thought we’d generate a list of words – an A-Z of PPT ranging from the technical to the inspirational – that can become your daily dictionary.

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KEY WORDS UNLOCK CONTENT

KEY WORDS UNLOCK CONTENT

Words are a kind of magic. The “Open Sesame!” into the treasure trove of ideas. And what is a presentation if not a treasure trove of ideas? In this post, we will look at how to identify the words that are key to your presentation, and will help notch-up its impact.

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MORE POWER TO YOUR INNER STORYTELLER

MORE POWER TO YOUR INNER STORYTELLER

In our two previous posts we spoke of the power of storytelling and the power of storyboarding, sharing handy how-tos and simple yet vivid examples. If every presentation is a potential story, it follows that every presenter is a potential storyteller. What are some of the ways in which one can make the transition from being a regular run-of-the-mill “presenter” to being an impactful and memorable “storyteller”?

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THE POWER OF STORYBOARDING

THE POWER OF STORYBOARDING

In our last post we shared some suggestions on how you can start building up your storytelling skills. One way to make this easier is to think visually before you plunge ahead. In other words to storyboard your story. Do you need advanced drawing skills for this? Read on to find out…

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THE POWER OF STORYTELLING

THE POWER OF STORYTELLING

One of the most exciting ways in which corporate presentations have evolved over the years has to do with storytelling. The power of storytelling is increasingly being acknowledged and leveraged to boost the impact and effectiveness of traditional presentations. So how does one go about it?

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CRACKING THE 2.4.8 RULE

CRACKING THE 2.4.8 RULE

Experts emphasize – and practitioners know – the 2.4.8 rule: 2 minutes per slide / 4 bullet points per slide / 8 words per bullet point. But how often do we actually follow it? And how easy is it?

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CUTTING CLUTTER

CUTTING CLUTTER

Everyone knows what de-cluttering is: bestsellers have been written on it, pros tell you how to de-clutter your home, your brain, your life. Our question for today is a lot simpler – how does one de-clutter a PowerPoint Presentation?

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WHY UNCERTAINTY IS UNCOOL – AND HOW YOU CAN OVERCOME IT

WHY UNCERTAINTY IS UNCOOL – AND HOW YOU CAN OVERCOME IT

Behind every successful presentation is a successful presenter. In our last post, we spoke of uncertainty being one of the factors that could damage a presentation that on paper – and on screen – looks impressive. In this post we look at some ways in which uncertainty can be handled, avoided and overcome.

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KILLER PRESENTATIONS vs PRESENTATION-KILLERS

KILLER PRESENTATIONS vs PRESENTATION-KILLERS

There are killer presentations. And there are presentation-killers. To make the first a reality, you need to know the second. Sometimes in the heat of getting things done, the most-made-mistakes may escape your attention. Which is why we’re listing our top 5 no-nos.

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DESIGN IS NOT A BAD WORD

DESIGN IS NOT A BAD WORD

When we say design, we mean design. A visual look that is as thought-through, balanced, and appropriate as the content you have.

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THINK THEMATIC

THINK THEMATIC

The theme is the thread that you hold on to as you guide the client through the labyrinth of data, insights and infographics.

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Team Presentations

Team Presentations

Teamwork always gives the best results, in most cases. Often for a meeting, you may be required to present along with your colleague, or in groups. These team presentations are crucial when you pitch your point across, as they would decide the fate of the deal or...

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How to Overcome Audience Resistance

How to Overcome Audience Resistance

When you walk into a room as a presenter, it’s easy to feel as if you’re the central figure, however in reality, your audience is. It’s in their power to embrace or reject your ideas. You’re presenting because you need them to change their beliefs or behavior in some...

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10-20-30 Rule of Powerpoint

10-20-30 Rule of Powerpoint

If you are not familiar with the 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint created way back in 2005 here’s how it goes: The most effective PowerPoint presentations should contain no more than 10 slides, last no longer than 20 minutes, and feature font no smaller than 30 points....

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What To Do If you Lose your Presentation

What To Do If you Lose your Presentation

Imagine, you burnt the midnight oil and clocked countless hours working on a very important PowerPoint Presentation. You exit out of your presentation, grab a snack and after you return to your PC, you discover that your PowerPoint file is missing! Of course, the...

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5 Alternatives to PowerPoint

A Presentation software is an important piece of presenter's arsenal. Having the right software allows you to create an easy presentation to understand for you and your audience. Just because PowerPoint has always been used, it doesn't mean it is very effective. Here...

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Tips to Nail your Next Presentation

Tips to Nail your Next Presentation

PowerPoint presentations can help you convey your message to your audience in the right way. However, while making a presentation you need to ensure that your presentation and information on the slides is to the point and concise. Hence, to help you nail your next...

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Hints to select Great Pictures for your Presentation

Hints to select Great Pictures for your Presentation

Pictures in presentations is a powerful tool to help elevate your presentation design and keep your audience engaged. However, for a certain topic there are various pictures available and often you might get confused as to which picture to select. To help you with...

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Handouts during Presentations

Handouts during Presentations

A handout can be defined as a piece of printed information that is provided, free of charge, especially to accompany a lecture or advertise something. Handouts are often considered a vital part in the corporate setting to tell more about your work to your client. Here...

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Adding GIFs to Your Presentations

Adding GIFs to Your Presentations

GIFs are the happy medium between images and videos. A few years ago, using GIFs in presentations would have seemed quite unprofessional. However, with the emerging social media trends and the advancements in technology, using a GIF in your presentation is almost a...

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The Best Ways to Use Speaker Notes in your Presentation

The Best Ways to Use Speaker Notes in your Presentation

Speaker Notes in PowerPoint help you remember important points such as key messages, stats or figures while you give your presentation. The speaker note section is generally at the bottom of your screen. You could use the speaker notes to add more information or...

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Simple Ways to Make Mobile Friendly Presentations

Simple Ways to Make Mobile Friendly Presentations

Today’s generation is the internet generation. We live in a mobile- based culture where everyone from drivers to vegetable vendors now a days have mobiles. Various audience, for the sake of convenience prefer to have their presentations on their mobile devices. Having...

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The Best Way to Use Stories in Presentations

The Best Way to Use Stories in Presentations

It is said that stories engage seven parts of the brain whereas facts and figures engage only two. However, these days for presentations, most people rely on facts and figures and do not involve stories. Maybe because facts and figures are to build more credibility....

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Add Charts In Your Presentations Like An Expert

Add Charts In Your Presentations Like An Expert

If expert data presentation is the game, tables and charts are the game. Charts are what you use to add life to your numbers, show comparisons effectively and make the presentation make sense to even laypeople. Charts are of different types, and each type serves a...

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Less Is More: Ways To Reduce Text From Your Powerpoint Slides

Less Is More: Ways To Reduce Text From Your Powerpoint Slides

Whether we do or don’t know too much about Powerpoint slides, one thing that people know universally is that the amount of text should be kept to a minimum. Gone are those slides with paragraphs and paragraphs of information, leaving the reader darting between...

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Few of the Many Reasons to Outsource Your Presentation Design!

Few of the Many Reasons to Outsource Your Presentation Design!

Powerpoint presentations – the new language of ideas. Moving on from an age where ideas were communicated in small groups to people who knew the same language, had the same background and thought the same things, we are now in an age where ideas are communicated to...

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The Relevance of SmartArt in your Presentations

The Relevance of SmartArt in your Presentations

In this generation, learning how to make presentations has been a journey. In going from paragraphs of text to images and text in bullet points, to learning how to use only the important text in presentations, and it all gets exciting the day you discover Smart Art....

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How to Add Icons to Your Powerpoint Slides Like A Designer

How to Add Icons to Your Powerpoint Slides Like A Designer

If you’ve seen a designer’s report or presentation, you must have noticed one feature that sets them apart – iconography. Iconography is the use of visual images and symbols and interpretation of those. In reports and presentations, iconography is used to supplement...

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Design Element 5: Shape

Design Element 5: Shape

Lines evolve into space. Shape is a two-dimensional area confined by an actual line or implied line (an edge for example). In drawing shapes are created when the ends of lines are joined to enclose areas. There are two primary types of shapes we can use – Geometric...

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Design Element 4: Space

Design Element 4: Space

Going further from Colour, Type and Lines, we come to Space as the fourth element of design. Spaces is important in most places. It helps create music, it helps in relationships and it even helps in public spaces. Lack of space creates noise. The same is true...

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Design Element 3: Lines

Design Element 3: Lines

Now that we are moving forward with a base in colour and type, we focus on the next element of design that is lines. Lines are the simplest design tool with a lot of usefulness. • Lines help convey feelings, moods and can add strength to the presentation / artwork....

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Design Element 2: Type

Design Element 2: Type

The second element of note in our “Design Elements” series is Type. Type design is something that can be intimidating to many, with complicated terminology like kerning, ascender, tail, baseline, leading, etc. to accompany it. Don’t worry, we’ll get there but first we...

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Design Element 1: Colour

Design Element 1: Colour

Color is one of the most powerful and obvious elements we have at our disposal to produce good design. Here is a base to understand colour definitions: Hue – the descriptive name of the color. eg. Red, Green, Orange, Pink are all Hues. Primary Color – Red, Yellow and...

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What is the two-sentence takeaway for your presentation?

What is the two-sentence takeaway for your presentation?

There is a common experience people face – you hear someone tell a long story, or say you are in a meeting and someone is on a long rant – and the minute it ends you have just one reaction. “So?” It’s that moment of bewilderment where your mind scrambles to understand...

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Best Design Blogs to Follow to Refine your Aesthetic sense

Best Design Blogs to Follow to Refine your Aesthetic sense

As a designer or a design enthusiast, one of the most important aspects of the process of creation is to reference and to be inspired. For this inspiration, it is always a struggle to find a ever-flowing stream of content. Therefore, we bring to you a list of some of...

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How to Get Rid of Filler Words

How to Get Rid of Filler Words

Clarity in speech is something we all aim for. Everybody wants to sound like a great orator when they speak, not just on stage but also to each other. Clear speech makes one sound refined, strong and pedigreed. One aspect of clear speech is not having filler words....

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How to convert a PDF to PowerPoint

How to convert a PDF to PowerPoint

Every so often we have to send and edit files in different formats than the one we have. Therefore, we need to be able to convert files from one to another. Here is a step by step guide for PDF to PPT:   Open a file in Acrobat. Click on the Export PDF tool in the...

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How to convert PowerPoint to google slides

How to convert PowerPoint to google slides

Google Slides can readily convert presentations in other formats to a Google Slides presentation format. That means that if you are asked to change or update a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation, for example, you can do it using Google Slides. Here is a step by step...

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Best practices in design

Best practices in design

Making a good ppt is an art, and the principles of good design can be used to make your ppt look like a work of art. For this, we draw from Dieter Ram’s Ten Principles of “Good Design” 1. Good Design Is Innovative Don’t believe anybody who tells you the possibility...

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How long should your presentation be?

How long should your presentation be?

The first question to answer here is to think about what information you want to convey. One should know that the presentation is what is important, and what you intend to convey. The slideshow is just one part of this equation, the focus should be on the information...

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The 10 step guide on how to speak during your presentation

The 10 step guide on how to speak during your presentation

Try these 10 tips to get over your nervousness and to develop confidence while speaking. Be prepared Know that even experienced speakers get nervous, so expect nervousness before your presentation. Don’t force your jitters away. Accept them and turn them into energy...

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Your guide to various mediums to use in presentations

Your guide to various mediums to use in presentations

There are various kinds of mediums that can be utilised when one makes presentations, but each come with certain benefits and ill-effects that we should account for to ensure the best possible presentation experience for our audience. 1. Lap visuals Pros of using lap...

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Key tips to deliver an outstanding presentation

Key tips to deliver an outstanding presentation

To deliver an unforgettable and remarkable presentation, there are 3 skills that need to be acquired. You need to get CONFIDENCE, CONVICTION and ENTHUSIASM. These qualities will help your audience to engage with you during your presentation. Confidence The best way to...

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How to tackle questions during your presentation

How to tackle questions during your presentation

Most speakers panic when asked questions and distastefully try their level best to avoid them. Unfortunately these tactics are often seen through by the audience and the speaker’s credibility is scrutinised and seen as an incapable presenter. These are obvious tactics...

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Why you need to incorporate big text in your presentation

Why you need to incorporate big text in your presentation

No one complains when your presentation lettering information is too big but they will, and should if it is too small. Legibility is a big part of presentations. As the speaker, you are not expected to read out word-by-word every sentence in a paragraph- the audience...

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5 steps to rehearse for your presentation

5 steps to rehearse for your presentation

Before big presentations, a great way to build confidence and practice lines is rehearsing several times. It may be time consuming and tedious but it is a great way to build confidence, smooth out any imperfections in your presentation and find mistakes. Step 1  Try...

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Tips to use humour effectively in a PPT

Tips to use humour effectively in a PPT

- A great way to cover feelings of nervousness is to use humour. Letting your audience know you are nervous may not necessarily create a bad impression, it could endear you to them. - Humorous anecdotes and sharing personal experiences could help support your...

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Presentation Problems and Solutions: Setting up

Presentation Problems and Solutions: Setting up

Imagine you are about to deliver a key piece of information during your presentation and suddenly the screen behind you goes blank- A speaker’s worst nightmare. To prevent this (including other mishaps like tripping over wires or losing audio) you should set up...

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How to build your presentation

How to build your presentation

Your structure of your PowerPoint is important. It should have a flow of ideas and a narrative your audience can follow. Often, when creating PowerPoints you can get caught up in creating details and specifics for a slide which does not need it. While creating a...

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Why silence is an unexpectedly useful tool in presentations

Why silence is an unexpectedly useful tool in presentations

Silence doesn’t always have to be uncomfortable or awkward. Use it to your advantage to create a strong impression. Overloading the audience with information and speaking fast may quicken the time spent on the presentation but it could affect the way information is...

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5 essentials to keep in mind while presenting your PowerPoint

5 essentials to keep in mind while presenting your PowerPoint

Familiarise yourself with your presentation and practice multiple times beforehand. This way you will be prepared for questions and will be able to answer them calmly. Arrive before your audience and take your time to set up. Make sure you do a screen test, sound...

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5 essentials to keep in mind while creating visuals

5 essentials to keep in mind while creating visuals

Simplify and do not complicate your designs. Remove unnecessary footnotes and chart sources. Ensure your information presented on screen or in your presentation is legible to the people sitting furthest away from you. Do not use colour for decorative purposes as it...

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Tips on how to handle long presentations

Tips on how to handle long presentations

‘How long is this going to take?’ - a question that races through the audiences mind before the actual presentation starts.                                                                                                                                                 ...

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How to ensure your PowerPoint is valid and worthwhile

How to ensure your PowerPoint is valid and worthwhile

The reason for putting together a PowerPoint presentation is to influence and make your audience believe in an idea that you have confidence in. Most people dislike sitting through PowerPoint presentations and may feel it’s a waste of time so you must give them an...

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How to treat your audience when giving a presentation

How to treat your audience when giving a presentation

Respect your audience It is important to check your tone before speaking to a fellow audience member. It is unadvisable to speak down (or even up!) to a fellow audience member. Speaking respectfully to your audience builds relations and ultimately the presentations...

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PowerPoint animations: An ally or distraction?

PowerPoint animations: An ally or distraction?

The most important thing to remember when using animations in PowerPoint is to keep it simple. While PowerPoint provides a lot of options for animating pictures, shapes, slides and more, over-using them can distract your audience and make your presentations look...

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Bold text and why PowerPoint presentations need it

Bold text and why PowerPoint presentations need it

Bold text is trending and here’s why you need to dump the tiny text Using larger and bolder fonts emphasise content over aesthetic Simple looking and legible text is eye catching and appreciated by the audience Increases legibility Bold fonts encourage the audience to...

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Why it’s better to stick with simple fonts

Why it’s better to stick with simple fonts

Stick with the classics… here’s why you need to. With the surplus of new extravagant fonts and flashy images, animations and videos people tend to forget that less is more. Using over the top decorations and multimedia could distract your audience and you from the...

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The Ultimate Battle: Powerpoint vs. Keynote

The Ultimate Battle: Powerpoint vs. Keynote

Learn the Pros and Cons of Microsoft’s biggest competitor. PowerPoint: This software is synonymous with ‘presentations.’ and is part of Microsoft's office suite. It is used widely by professionals all over the world. Pros PowerPoint’s best feature is its usability....

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8 ways to make your presentation easier to understand

8 ways to make your presentation easier to understand

Thoroughly research your point If you understand your material well then it will be easier to explain it to others. This way, answering doubts or queries will be much easier. Use humour Include relatable stories and jokes to explain points. It is often more effective...

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Who is your audience and how do you convince them

Who is your audience and how do you convince them

After forming your objective it is imperative to know who your audience will be and then, according to your analysis, thinking of ways to get your information across. ‘There is no such thing as a dumb audience. If they don’t understand it’s because you can’t...

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How to ensure your PowerPoint is valid and worthwhile

How to ensure your PowerPoint is valid and worthwhile

The reason for putting together a PowerPoint presentation is to influence and make your audience believe in an idea that you have confidence in. Most people dislike sitting through PowerPoint presentations and may feel it’s a waste of time so you must give them an...

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Your essentials for a great PowerPoint

Your essentials for a great PowerPoint

5 essentials to keep in mind while creating visuals 1. Simplify and do not complicate your designs. Remove unnecessary footnotes and chart sources. 2. Ensure your information presented on screen or in your presentation is legible to the people sitting furthest away...

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