Audience preparedness: some hints and helps

Audience preparedness: some hints and helps

In our last post we mentioned how professional presenters (especially speakers) are great at adapting their ready-made presentations to suit the audience they find themselves facing. But what happens if you are just beginning, and are depending almost entirely on your...
(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...
(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...
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...