All presentation softwares will always come with templates of the standard white background as well as the standard black background. The problem is that they are almost never used. Why is that? If you ask me, the blank background is the most Continue reading Why Use Black Background For Slideshows?
Your voice is the primary medium to connect with, and to convey your message across to your audience. Regardless how good your visual display is, or how well prepared you are with the props for your audience to lay their Continue reading Voice – Your Primary Tool For Any Presentation
We’ve covered how people learn and how to create an interesting presentation storyline to make it interesting for your audience. It’s now time to make the final dash for the finish line, by creating a story with an impact. Having an interesting Continue reading Secrets Of A Good Presentation (Part 3 of 3)
Last week we covered how people absorb and retain information from your presentation. Today, we’ll explore all the actual guts of a good presentation. We’ll learn what really makes your presentation tick, and actually make it stick to your audience. This is part 2 of Continue reading Secrets Of A Good Presentation (Part 2 of 3)
Composing a presentation can be as simple as throwing all the relevant data into a slideshow, and then shoving them down the throats of your audience. At least that’s what most of the presenters would do. However, if you want to stand Continue reading Secrets Of A Good Presentation (Part 1 of 3)
Tell any business executives to prepare a presentation, and they will immediately fire up Microsoft PowerPoint on the computer. As for as the business world is concerned, Microsoft PowerPoint is de facto presentation software, the one-and-only app worthy to be hailed “king” of presentation Continue reading Is There A Contender In The Presentation World To Challenge PowerPoint?
Just finished delivering a seminar on “Death By PowerPoint” to the undergraduates and lecturers of the Faculty of Applied Science and Computing (FASC), Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TARUC) today. The way the audience reacted to the seminar, I believe I shook things quite Continue reading “Death By PowerPoint” Seminar in Tunku Abdul Rahman University College
It’s often misconceived that if you fail in getting the attention of your audience during a presentation, it’s the slideshow’s fault. Or worse, that it’s the PowerPoint application’s fault. Well, I’m going to tell you that if something fails, most often it’s your Continue reading It’s Not Your PowerPoint Slideshow… It’s You!
It has always been said, to differentiate your presentation visuals from the others by making your slides “pop”. What it means is to make your flat images stand out like 3D from your equally flat screen that it is projected Continue reading 3D Effects On A Flat Screen
You’re preparing your visuals for your next presentation, and you open up your presentation slideshow application (any application). The first thing that your eyes lay on is a new slide with templates already there, waiting for you to put your texts Continue reading Templates For Presentations : Saviour Or Disaster?