I just finished work for a client on a multi-speaker presentation. It was a presentation that will be given to nurses at a nursing school and I thought I’d share my experiences with you. It’s quite a challenge when you get several presentations from different presenters and have to turn them into one, coherent presentation. […]
Have you ever seen this when you created a chart in PowerPoint? Look at the order of the items in the datasheet and in the bar chart itself. They’re the opposite of each other! If you care about the order of the data in your chart, this can be very frustrating! Fortunately, there are 2 […]
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Recently, I worked with a client who was presenting to millennials. He wanted the design to look modern. His designer told him that he should use thin fonts, meaning that the font stroke is thin. He asked me to consult with him on the overall impression of the slides. I thought I’d share with you […]
This week I worked with a client who sells dust protectors for computers and one slide said that his products offer 24-hour protection. It was an important concept to visualize because of the emotional impact. People are afraid to lose their data (dust is one of the top reasons that computers fail) and 24-hour protection […]