• The Graphic Design Industry – Where Does a Presentation Designer Fit?

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    In the last decade, the emergence of Presentation / PowerPoint Designer roles has skyrocketed from the darkened corner of Desktop Publishing (DTP) to the heights of keynote speeches and world-viewed presentations as well as touched on practically every design discipline in-between. The niche lovechi ...

    The Graphic Design Industry – Where Does a Presentation Designer Fit?
  • The Evolution of the Presentation Specialist Job Grows as Does Demand for Talent

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    Experts in presentation design are in high demand. We look at the growth of this role and what skills are needed to satisfy the increased demand for talented specialists. Discover the importance of this role, what presentation specialists get paid, and what market areas have a higher need that othe ...

    The Evolution of the Presentation Specialist Job Grows as Does Demand for Talent
  • The Effectiveness of Visual Infographics as Content Marketing Tools

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    You want to create an infographic that is memorable, newsworthy and trending. So how do you do it? Using your content messages, create a social marketing strategy that will result in your infographic being widely distributed via social marketing tools such as website traffic, social shares, backlink ...

    The Effectiveness of Visual Infographics as Content Marketing Tools
  • [Presentation] Dapper Design for the Non-Designer

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    A delightful design primer for the non-designer was one of the highlights of the Webinar World Conference this week in San Francisco. Kate Schmeisser, SendGrid is a content marketer but she knows how to design slides. Her talk was chalk full of great content, her presentation was fun, and she made ...

    [Presentation] Dapper Design for the Non-Designer
  • [Video] Dishing on Presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint MVP, Geetesh Bajaj

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    Editor Sharyn Fitzpatrick and Microsoft PowerPoint MVP, Geetesh Bajaj have a lively discussion about what are the latest trends in PowerPoint, tips for how to maximize your PowerPoint experience, and what features we hope Microsoft brings to Office 365.

    [Video] Dishing on Presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint MVP, Geetesh Bajaj
  • How to Add Two or More PowerPoint Animations to One Object

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    Many people use PowerPoint animation sparingly—probably to make text animate while showing up on a slide or even for column charts, where individual columns animate. But did you know that you are not limited to the animation effects available in PowerPoint? You can actually combine one or more ani ...

    How to Add Two or More PowerPoint Animations to One Object
  • When Your Mariah Moment Happens

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    How many of us have had things go wrong in our presentations or events? Do you panic? Or do you have a plan for how to handle it? What would you do if you had that "Mariah moment". What did she do right or could have done better? Then, we compare her reaction to Adele’s who had a similar situat ...

    When Your Mariah Moment Happens
  • [Video] Dishing on Presentations with author, Dr. Simon Raybould

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    The science of presentations is not a formula you need to remember. According to Simon’s Presentation Genius Manifesto, he wants to share the science of what works in presenting to help you change the world. His joie de vivre is infectious. It was a delightful conversation. One of my favorite po ...

    [Video] Dishing on Presentations with author, Dr. Simon Raybould
  • XML Hacking, Part 2: Setting the Default Table Text Size

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    Now that you have been introduced to XML hacking, let’s try a simple project: setting the default table text size. This article assumes you have read Part 1 of this series and have a suitable text editor installed. When you insert a new table in PowerPoint, the default table text size is 18 points ...

    XML Hacking, Part 2: Setting the Default Table Text Size
  • Creating Visual Schedules and Gantt Charts using a PowerPoint Add-in, Office TIMELINE

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    I recently had a discussion with one of our presentation industry gurus, Taylor Croonquist about the importance of add-ins to PowerPoint and what a treasure trove they are in terms of productivity, creativity, and speed design. This month, we tried out Office TIMELINE which is used to create visual ...

    Creating Visual Schedules and Gantt Charts using a PowerPoint Add-in, Office TIMELINE

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