Presenting to an audience is a daunting task. No matter how old you are, the nerves tingle, the senses are heightened and palms are sweaty. I'm not the best presenter in the world, but I have learnt a few things and marvel at the best. The best being Winston Churchill. His ability to combine phrases and timing make him one of the best public speakers the world has ever seen. How did he do that?
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Infographics are a brilliant way to quickly communicate a journey, a process, a service, all sorts of things. They are far more visually engaging than a paragraph of text and done right, can deliver complex messages quickly and with style. We do a lot of them and there are certain things that help make them work hard for you.
After all these years (released in 1990) PowerPoint still plays a huge role in client presentations as the ‘go-to’ software for the account exec, sales bod and public speaker. We deliver a massive amount of templates and presentations for our clients with the same issues of budgetary restrictions and customisability being the main issues. Let's look at best practice, where the potential problems lie and what we can do together to produce a show-stopping presentation.