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Pie as you like

How can you move away from the boring pie chart for your presentation slides? If we use the charting feature of the presentation software, we will have limited control over how the chart appears on the slide. To gain full control, we manually create the pie chart the way we like it. Different treatm ...

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Whitespace improves readability

Whitespace is a fundamental building block of good design. In visual design, whitespace is used to bring clarity and focus to key information. When used correctly, it can create high visual impact of key messages. In this story, we will briefly talk about whitespace in relation to presentation slide ...

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Take a bite at simple

Think of an apple. It is simple. A beginning of all ideas that eventually become insanely great ideas. This is also where everything begins in visual communication, such as our presentation. An apple, is deliciously simple and real. Something that everyone can understand and relate to. And so should ...

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Battery Life 30 secs

Have you always wanted to add an indicator, like those that you see in your mobile devices, to your presentation visuals? Battery Life simulation can be a really cool item to add to your presentations slides, especially in situations where the presentation slides are used for training or facilitatin ...

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030-Vary font size for clarity

Text and numbers are often what we use to communicate our ideas in presentation slides. We always need to ensure that key information are shown clearly so that they are visible to our audience. Varying the font size of selected parts of the text can often bring out key information giving it the clar ...

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029-Removing clutter in charts

Clutter in presentation slides is the culprit that is responsible for the messy, wordy, and difficult to understand visuals. This seems to be a norm in many presentations that we have seen. Squeezing tons of information on a single slide or adding extra decoration to fill up empty space will not inc ...

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