Feb 2018

At BrightCarbon, we animate a lot in PowerPoint. Sometimes, it’s things as simple as a “Fade In” or “Zoom Out”. The rest of the time, it’s more complicated stuff that makes us look a bit like magicians. As we like to share the magic, here are a couple of tips that might make it easier for you when working with complicated animation sequences...

Feb 2018
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The PowerPoint animation ninja is back! This time he’s going to take you from basic animation tricks, to some pretty awesome tricks that will help you tell better stories in your presentations, and keep your audience hooked for longer. Let's get started, chop chop!

Feb 2018

A major problem that people have when creating presentations is a lack of fluidity and cohesiveness between slides. Not only do smooth transitions make the deck more aesthetically appealing, but they also remove interruptions in the flow of information, which can give an audience an opportunity to tune out. Let's discuss some transition techniques from a basic to a more advanced skill level.

Feb 2018

As a designer that works in the field of presentation, I am constantly on the lookout for inspiration and new ways of thinking to further advance my presentation skills. Inspiration is all around, one of my favourite forms of ‘presentation’ are movies; specifically the title credits of a movie.

Feb 2018
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Triggers allow you to initiate a sequence of animations by clicking on a specific object rather than a simple mouse click. This can be helpful for de-cluttering a slide or making a presentation more interactive however getting triggers to work practically can be a bit tricky. Let's take a look.

Feb 2018

With the many other animation functions available in PowerPoint, using stop motion may seem primitive. However stop motion can actually give off a really cool visual effect; remember that South Park used stop motion for years.

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