Have you ever thought about the design of your presentations?
Some of them maybe extremely important: product launch, funding, partnerships. You cannot afford to do it wrong.
Speaking after a group is a very important communication.
The Story here starts with a book I read a couple of years ago, titled indeed Story. Written by Robert McKee and dubbed the screenwriters' bible I remember enjoying it and learning from it. I picked it up because I thought it could be interesting for my public...read more
Online courses are becoming a more and more popular training tools. E-learning platforms are flourishing, students are sky-rocketing and there's plenty of offering from a wide range of tools to an even wider spectrum of topics. If you are wondering how good they are...read more
“Communication is everything” says Tom Peters. Do you agree with him on the form? You should on the substance. It's true that “perception is reality” and that (perception) comes from the communication that goes along with the underlying matter. Be that an idea, a...read more
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The key work here is ONE. Speak with one voice it means to have unity and continuity from a graphic point of view. If your titles are read, then all in red. If icons are there for an action, so be for all of them. Nicer and more elegant? Yes, but that is not the main...read more
I always say "We are delivering presentations, not fashion". You want your audience to remember your message, not how you delivered it. Or at least not only the way you delivered it. Use graphic design not to embellish your slides but to help the public comprehend the...read more
All 20 rules are important, the first one maybe even more! Albeit in the book the rule is more about the design here I use it to take a more general approach. When you communicate you must have something to say. A message, and idea or a concept you want to get across....read more