“Death by PowerPoint.” “Bullet points don’t work!” We’ve all had to sit through tedious presentations, wondering why the presenter wastes their time reading out bullet point slides word for word. But what is the alternative?
Visualisation is the art of presenting information in a visual way. In this video presentation we explain the importance of visualisation, with some insights from psychology to show that it actually is impossible to read slides and listen to a presenter at the same time.
Once you’re clued up on why bullet points lead to boring presentations, we break down the basics of visual slides. We will help you get to grips with timelines, maps, and basic animations to give your slides the visual edge you have been missing.
There is absolutely no doubt that the BrightCarbon presentation was a quantum leap beyond anything else at the conference with respect to the clarity of the presentation.Curtis Waycaster Smith & Nephew