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....
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. Do a dry-run: This is...
HOW TO LIGHTEN UP A DATA-HEAVY PRESENTATION

HOW TO LIGHTEN UP A DATA-HEAVY PRESENTATION

Today’s question is: 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...
 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...
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? The “2 minutes per slide” rule is something we can’t really...