What fonts are good to use, to make your slide look professional? Let us suggest you several font proposals and where to get them from.
Here are some design best-practice rules to help you create a professional visual slides in PowerPoint:
Today I’d like to show you a redesign of a PowerPoint slide with a multistep process with subcategories. Probably the first version will be in a form of numbered text list presenting each step. Yes, you can create it that way, but we’d like to make our slide look more attractive visually.
I will work on the example of the Employer Branding process. Let’s see how we can transform it into a stylish infographic.
Do you present the launch stages of your project? The easiest way to present stages is to use a number or bullet list. But it’s a common and boring solution. Let’s try to avoid using a typical PowerPoint list and instead of it let’s make a creative slide. In today’s case study, we’re going to use people icons as visual metaphors.
So let’s see how we can transform a static list into an illustrative and dynamic diagram.
Do you need to present in your pitch deck the key persons to contact? The easiest way to show your team on the slide is to put the data into the table. But we don’t want to use a typical table that we know from Excel. Let’s create an interesting infographic in PowerPoint on the base of the table. It will make our content more attractive to your audience.
Let’s see a slide with a standard table before the redesign and how it can be enhanced easily on the example of the slide with organic shapes.
Do you need to compare several options over two criteria? Try to use a matrix visual form. To create such a matrix comparison in your presentation you don’t need any special software for that. You can do it very easily in PowerPoint. And such a matrice can look very attractive. I’m going to illustrate it on example of the BCG matrix, used in consulting and investment areas.
Let’s see a slide version before the redesign and how it can be improved with a few steps.
Do you need to present a checklist of some kind? In today’s blog, we will give you some directions on how to redesign a checklist type of slide content, on the example of legal due diligence.
But first, let’s see why we have optioned a checklist, rather than a standard bullet point text.
Do you need to express rules, regulations or dos and don’ts on a slide? Consider illustrating your points with a visual metaphor everybody recognizes – traffic signs. Adding such graphics will help you to pass a clear message while having the audience’s full attention thanks to the symbols.
Let’s see how we can redesign a slide with a list of workplace regulations.
Are you preparing a presentation for a digital transformation strategy, but you aren’t sure where to start? Presenting complex topics such as business strategy transformations can be very difficult to summarize in a simple slide containing only text because it won’t send the message in an understandable way.
Today in this blog post, we will explain how to solve this issue by using visual graphics to show the comparison of traditional to digital marketing as an example.
But first, let’s see what the “don’t” slide looks like.
Are you an established company dating back 10, 20, or even more years on the market? Do you need to outline your company timeline and achievements in a presentation, but you aren’t sure how?
Timelines are very often used in PowerPoint presentations. Well-prepared timeline is eye-catchy and easy to understand for the audience. With this post, I will show you how to tidy up your slides full of dates and text by using a flowchart diagram with only a few simple steps.