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Google Slides: The ULTIMATE guide
- All you need to know
- Google Slides, Presentation technology
As presentation nerds, we at BrightCarbon have had plenty of opportunity to get to know ins and outs of Google’s browser-based presentation tool. This guide will cover everything you need to know about Google Slides - from the very basics to the most advanced features - and will provide you with the know-how to make brilliant slides, quickly and easily.
How to record high quality video from home
If you stick to these guidelines whilst recording, you should be able to achieve professional results from your home or office environment. Remember, preparation before the recording session is paramount to getting the highest quality results. To get the perfect shot, it will take a fair amount of trial and error and normally a few takes! Lights, camera, ACTION!
Insights from a PowerPoint expert: Chantal Bossé
After a long siesta, we’re re-awakening our expert interview series with an industry heavyweight Chantal Bossé! We sat down with Chantal for a chat before the release of her new book ‘Microsoft PowerPoint Best Practices, Tips, and Techniques'.
The best Google Slides add-ons: Part II
Our team has been test-driving a whole host of new Google Slides add-ons and we know you’ll love having some of these in your back pocket!
How to record narration in PowerPoint with video
Including a video of the presenter in pre-recorded content can be a great way of connecting with a remote audience, especially if you’re delivering education or training virtually. It puts a (hopefully friendly!) face to content and can bring your slides to life.
Presentation design trends: 2023
What does 2023 have in store for presentation design? We asked our expert presentation designers to give their predicitions for the new year.
101 PowerPoint Christmas cards to download and share!
- PowerPoint design
- Comments: 36
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...
Presentation font size: Dos and don’ts
- PowerPoint design / Google Slides
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We’ve found there’s no hard-and-fast rule for how big or small text on slides should be. Each presentation has its own unique requirements – it all depends on what you’re using the slides for, what you’re hoping to achieve with them, and how your audience will be viewing them. That said, we do have a few best practices for you to consider.
The best new free fonts in Google Slides
Dive into our top choices for the new fonts available in Google Slides. All these fonts are free and open source, licensed to use in print, digital, commercial or other projects under the Open Font License. A font treasure trove!
Working with whitespace: Presentation design tips
Space: Vast – Unknowable – Useful? Not everyone’s a graphic designer, but everyone can borrow graphic design best practices to make slides really pop. In this blog post, we’re going to explore how you can manipulate whitespace to create beautifully balanced slides.