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A communication and presentation design agency
A communication and presentation design agency

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The 15 PowerPoint effect themes to choose from for your next #presentation.

#presentationdesign #powerpoint #ppt

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It's raining in Northern California this weekend - perfect time to light some candles and hang in your sofa, listening to some great podcasts. Subscribe and download these 10 awesome podcasts on PowerPoint, presenting and public speaking.
#powerpoint #presenting #publicspeaking

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Our favorite stock photo site Shutterstock has launched a new add-in for PowerPoint – Shutterstock Images. The add-in lets you search, preview, and insert images from their photo collection directly into your PowerPoint. We took the add-in for a quick ride.

#powerpoint #stockphotos #presentationdesign  

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Color models explain how colors are defined and when creating slides you need to know how to define RGB colors, how to utilize the HSL values to adjust colors to your advantage and how brand CMYK values and web HEX values relates to the colors you need to use in PowerPoint and how to “translate” them for use in PowerPoint. 

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When creating PowerPoint decks you need to know how color themes work in PowerPoint, how many and what colors you need for your custom color theme, as well as how to quickly add more colors. A great PowerPoint color theme that is properly saved can be reused across your slide decks – and even in your Word and Excel files.

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PowerPoint comes with a number of built-in color themes available for use. This is a quick way to apply colors to your presentation if you don’t want to spend time on creating your own. 

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When you are creating PowerPoints and choosing a font, you have to make your selection carefully. Not only because fonts are communicating a feeling and a mood for your presentation, but also for practical reasons. There are only 40-something fonts that are safe to use if you want your PowerPoint to show correctly on any computer or in any version of PowerPoint Six of these “safe” fonts are these six “C-fonts”.

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The 12 colors in the color wheel can be combined in different ways when you create presentations. Some of the colors are considered warm, and some cold. Some are considered be complimentary in different ways. Colors next to each other are called analogous and using the same color and its tints tones and shades is called monochromatic. We can use these color combinations in the color wheel to create beautiful color schemes for presentations.
This is Part II in our series about color presentations. Part I covered basic color theory.

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Colors are just as important as the content of your presentation. The chosen colors will, if used right and consistently, help enhance your message. You need colors to create a theme that flows through your presentation. You want to utilize different colors for different content and help the audience follow your communication. Knowing the color theory basics and how PowerPoint handle colors will make it easier to use colors in your next presentation.

This is Part 1 in our series about color theory for presentation design.

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The concept of "Death by PowerPoint" has largely been blamed on the over use of bullets in presentations. What can you do if your are stuck with a template that uses bullets, you can’t shorten your content, there is not time or budget to go back to the drawing board and create a visually stunning presentation? How can you avoid people dying of your bullets?

These are 10 techniques to use on your slides if you are stuck with the bullets and minimize the chance your audience will fall asleep during your presentation…
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