(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...
 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...
THE POWER OF STORYTELLING

THE POWER OF STORYTELLING

Today we’d like to talk about presentation fatigue. By which we don’t mean how tired you feel at the idea of working on another presentation which wows (!) but rather the fatigue that is caused by tired formats, presented in repetitive and boring ways. One of the most...
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...