A picture is worth a thousand words and using imagery in your presentations does make an impact enabling your content to come alive. We will share tips on how to find the right imagery for your content and how to use it in a design. Microsoft MVP Nolan Haims will showcase several design options for each slide and why it works. This is a perfect tutorial for the non-designer. Not sure where to find images to use? Let’s explore both free and paid options such as iStock, Shutterstock, and more.
About Nolan Haims:
Nolan runs Nolan Haims Creative, a visual communications and design consultancy that help organizations and individuals tell more effective stories with fewer words. As a Vice President and Director of Presentation for Edelman, he created and ran a department dedicated to raising the bar on visual communications and insuring the firm showed up differently at pitches. During his tenure with Edelman, he oversaw nearly 500 high-stakes new business pitches as the firm grew by 64%. As a designer and art director, he has created high-end presentations for Fortune 500 CEOs, leading financial institutions, top foundations, and all the major television networks. Nolan trains organizations to think visually and to create and give more effective presentations. He speaks at national conferences and writes extensively on visual storytelling including at his own site, PresentYourStory.com. Microsoft has recognized him as one of only 11 PowerPoint MVPs in the U.S for his contributions to the presentation community.