We’ve created this list of the best presentation software to ensure you make the right call in the platform you select. This articles is the result of several weeks of research and review of 50+ presentation tools currently available on the web.
It's essential to have a well-thought-out slide deck before facing not only customers but also investors, who are the ones that will help you secure seed funding. This deck needs to easily communicate and sell your ideas to them. In this article, we'll show you how to build an effective slide deck.
You can find various examples of beautifully designed decks from startup companies that successfully raised funds from investors and now are multimillion-dollar businesses -all thanks to a few presentation slides. So, in order to come up with a perfect pitch deck, it would be good to take a look at what worked well for other founders.
If you want to make a big impact with your next business presentation, we're here to help you find a powerpoint alternative. There are hundreds of online presentation tools designed long after the advent of PPT and by choosing one, you'll enjoy better features, dynamic presentations, fewer issues, and cleaner designs.
Powerpoint is commonly known at a worldwide scale but with it's basic interface, outdated templates, and challenging tools, PowerPoint is a far cry from being the best online presentation software out there today. It's time to say goodbye to all the hassle with these alternative online presentation tools.
Among the marketing tools that you can have at your disposal, case studies are one of the most effective ones. Instead of just talking about what your product or service does, it allows you to show potential clients why your product or service is useful. Also, you can include the positive experiences your past clients have had.
These pitch deck examples have helped companies raise millions of dollars. However, telling a success story about your idea, team and business model is what will ultimately determine if your deck is appealing or not. That's why, getting some inspiration from previously successful startups is definitely a good place to start. Here we go.
In this article, we'll teach you how to make a presentation interesting, from planning your story to creating your slides. Make sure to cause an impact with your next presentation using professional storytelling!
For the past few months I’ve been doing a lot of speaking internationally. I was invited to speak at the Frontiers of Interaction, a design conference in Milan, Italy, and Twinkle a business conference in Tampere, Finland.
You scan the program at a conference, come across a topic that sounds interesting, and say to yourself, “Sounds interesting enough, I’ll check it out.” Or, “I’ve been meaning to learn more about X, let’s see what the presenter has to say about it.”
But, worry not, for it is not your fault! Most tools that include templates make you jump into using them without properly explaining the basics on what they are or how to use them. And for some inexplicable reason, presentation templates are amongst the most confusing ones. So, to set things right, I’ll briefly walk you through the basics on presentation templates, and how to use them the right way!
Most colleges and business schools use a Presentation Rubric to evaluate their students. Funny thing is, they’re not usually that open about sharing it with their students (as if that would do any harm!)
Well, we don’t believe in shutting down information. Quite the contrary: I think the best way to practice your speech is to know exactly what is being tested!
A great public speaker has a way of connecting with its audience that goes beyond good grammar and a logical train of thoughts. The intonation of voice, the rhythm and pauses, the body language, are as much a vehicle to convey beliefs or ideas as the words themselves. It is a rare talent to be born with; in fact, quite the opposite: as many great skills, it mostly depends on time, opportunity, and practice to attain them.
Every week my email gets bombarded by random un-requested resume emails. It’s quite exciting to feel that our company is in people’s minds and that it seems like an exciting place to work (at least that’s what we make of it). Still, the truth of the matter is that most of the applicants we see completely FAIL at becoming potential hires due to resume mistakes. Let me tell you why.
A slight change in your typography can go a long way in making your documents stand out. Fonts are a powerful design element, as much as color and image use, and so I’ll share with you some of the alternatives I often use in my work as a visual designer.
Slide presentations are an excellent tool to portray ideas and tell stories, but decks have also become an incredible asset for discoverability. If your presentations live on the cloud they can help get your profile in front of potential jobs, customers or investors.
If you’re starting your own company, or your business is rather small, you may think it’s not the time to think about corporate identity just yet. Well, you might want to think again. Companies on the rise are among the ones who can benefit the most out of adopting a visual corporate identity early on. It gives credibility and a sense of establishment beyond one’s belief, specially in the eyes of your customers!
Our VP of Design Vinicio Chanto will be walking you through best practices for presentation design. From the current use of imagery to the amount and size of text in a Slidebean, we'll walk you through creating a beautiful presentation, using creative design practices.
Using Calibri for a presentation speaks almost too much about you, especially if you call yourself a designer of any sort. I can read that you didn’t bother to find a replacement font for your document, or even worse, that you thought it looked good.
But fear not, here are some amazing alternatives so you never have to use Calibri again.