PowerPoint Design

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Creative Commons: A Quick Guide to Using Shareable Images

At BrightCarbon we’re all about visual slides, so it probably comes as no surprise that we often need high-quality stock images for our presentations. Stock image websites are a good go-to for high-quality photographs, but can sometimes be pretty pricey. If you’re looking for great images to bring your next presentation to life, but you’re on a budget, Creative Commons can be a source of some excellent content. Let’s discuss…

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Presentation Design – Less Is More

When creating presentations it can be easy to go a little overboard. We feel like we need to cram in as much information as possible. Creating slides with barely any blank space left bombarded with text, images and icons. Here are five tips helping you keep your presentations simple and clean, allowing you to tell a powerful and effective story.

PPT 2016 Review

PowerPoint 2016 for PC – First Impressions

I was given access to the latest version of PowerPoint 2016. In my day to day work I use PowerPoint 2013, which I realized at its surface is almost identical to 2016. However, if one were to go from 2010 to 2016, I think it’s safe to assume that there are many more differences, the most noticeable being the cosmetic differences. For the purpose of this review, any comparisons I make will be between 2013/2016 as those are the two versions I have experience with.

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Getting More out of Animations in PowerPoint

PowerPoint is widely regarded as an application that is relatively easy-to-use and accessible to all. It boasts a fairly simplistic animation system that anyone can use to add some visual spark or structure to their presentations. But like all things simplistic, it’s not hard to find restrictions put in place to achieve that ease-of-use. How can we get past these restrictions to achieve new effects?