Date of publication: 2017-07-09 11:58
Purple is often associated with royalty and wealth. Purple also represents wisdom and spirituality. Purple does not often occur in nature, it can sometimes appear exotic or artificial. Nearly all the clients who come to me with presentations featuring purple or lavender are women. It's a feminine color and it's a good color for emotional or spiritual presentations.
Discover 5 creative ways to use PowerPoint tree diagram. The article urges you to see beyond the obvious and find inspiration from everyday items to present your ideas visually.
Really cool and creative presentations. I usually buy templates for powerpoint at place like http:// or and them customize them these are much more creative!!!
Green stimulates interaction. It's a friendly color that's great for warmth and emotion. Green is commonly used in PowerPoint presentations for trainers, educators, and others whose presentations are intended to generate discussion. It's also a great color for environmental and earth-oriented discussions.
8. Many of these decks are just a series if slides, one after the other, many having no visual consistency. Killer slide decks have a visual narrative that flows smoothly from one slide to the next, just like a verbal narrative. If you told a story verbally that was a disjointed verbally as some of the these decks are visually, would anyone be able to follow it? Why is visual different? Make a presentation where people cant even tell where one slide stops and another starts.
I could write much more but for the sake of allowing other poeple to make a contribution to this discussion I will leave it at that. As previously stated, my aim is to have you, as designers, distinguish between what works in a presentation and how that is a different environment than print or other media.
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Great collection Mike, thanks for sharing. I wish those creative brains will share all the stuff as open source design, great at it just made me give up on learning design.