PowerPoint is loved and hated at the same time. It's the most common presentation tool in the business world. But working with it can be time-consuming and nerve-wracking. We'll introduce you to the 4 biggest PowerPoint time-wasters and show you how to work around them.
Tag: Creating presentations
A presentation is divided into 3 parts: introduction, main part and concluding part. We explain the purpose of each part and what you should keep in mind when structuring your presentations.
As the name suggests, storytelling is the art of telling stories. And it’s a method that can be used to communicate messages and ideas in an emotive, memorable manner. In this blog article, you’ll learn how to apply storytelling in presentations.
Want to impress your audience? When creating a presentation, be sure to think about its objective, target group, core message, and common thread.
PowerPoint templates are a valuable aid for creating presentations. They are pre-designed in your company's corporate design and made available to all employees. Once you have worked with PowerPoint templates, you won't want to do without them. But what types of PowerPoint templates are there…
Creating business presentations costs a lot of time – and nerves. Here we introduce key helpers for an efficient use of PowerPoint in companies.
There are better ways to end a presentation than just “Thanks for your attention!” Try out our suggestions on how you can put that last slide to really good use.
Storyboards are used frequently in the movie industry. You can also use them to improve the structure of your presentations. Find out more
How can you create PowerPoint presentations that save time and reduce stress? Read our tips from time management to PowerPoint add-ins: