At BrightCarbon we’ve started to think that Shutterstock may have overtaken iStock as the commercial stock-photo site of choice for finding photos for presentation design, for three reasons.
3D technology is everywhere, from local cinemas to the hospitals. Can you take advantage of the extra dimension with your current set up of PowerPoint and a standard screen?
I have always longed for a way to import an image into PowerPoint and simply make it transparent, but until now, have had to open up Photoshop in order to achieve what I thought would be a simple effect.
Too many self-styled experts don’t clearly recognise that there are many different types of presentations. What works in the ballroom may not work in the meeting room.
It’s award season! Have you got what it takes to win at Sharkie? Take a look at some past winners with us and learn the secrets to Sharkie success.
It’s Christmas! After a late night with too much eggnog and brandy snaps we set ourselves a challenge to see who could come up with the wildest PowerPoint Christmas card! So it’s the day after the night before, and through blurry eyes we can reveal our efforts…
Love the idea of visual slides, but feel you can’t use a visual approach as your content is too technical? Find yourself falling back on bullet points, as your ideas are too complex for simple visuals? Think again!
Can a PowerPoint user be converted to Keynote? Is this the perfect excuse to use his Mac more? And how well do these presentation technologies work on iPad? As more users bring Macs to work comes the question: ‘Can we do this on Keynote?’ We answer.
BrightTALK has built up a fantastic community that puts on some great webinars, and the platform is a joy to use. The only issue for us was the way it converts PowerPoint slides – by snapshotting each one and displaying it as a static image. Effective static slides, or bust.
Tim Cook and Phil Schiller aren’t as charismatic as Jobs. So they ought to think twice before copying his presentation style and approach. It is very difficult to train people to be charismatic. It’s subjective, and requires a huge shift in personality and behaviour, which is a huge risk