Sandra Johnson

Our 2021 Presentation Predictions (Part 1)

We are starting 2021 with predictions of what we will see in presentation this year. We start with a recap of our 2020 prediction – all 25+, which took some time. So join us for episode 118 for a recap and scorecard of how we did with our 2020 predictions, and hear our first 6 predictions, out of 13 in total, for 2021!

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e117 – The (in)Efficiency of Presentations – with Simon Morton

Eyeful Presentations produced an amazing presentation industry insights report in 2020 entitled “The Efficiency of Business Presentations.” We are starting season 6 with this episode, and we start 2021 talking with Simon Morton, based in the UK and principal at Eyeful Presentations about this must-read for presentation designers. Join us for the conversation and hear why we named this episode the (In)efficiency of presentations!

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e116 – Our Presentation Year in Review 2020

It is our annual “year in review” episode, and 2020 has been quite the year to review! Thank you for sharing some time with us and being PowerPoint and presentation geeks. And this is our PowerPoint and Presentation Geek conversation, happy to have you join us, because it is hard finding someone that gets excited talking about new cloud font options, an amazing combination animation, or how to setup PowerPoint to span a 90′ wide by 12′ high LED wall! This episode Troy, Sandy, and Nolan have fun looking back on 2020.

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e113: Part 2 – PowerPoint and Adobe Creative Cloud can Play Together (with Mark Heaps)

For the Adobe Max conference we started a conversation with Adobe Expert Mark Heaps talking about Adobe apps and PowerPoint workflows. Join us for Part 2 of our conversation with Mark Heaps for more great information, ideas and tips!

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e112: PowerPoint and Adobe Creative Cloud can Play Together (with Mark Heaps) – Part 1

This week is the Adobe Max conference, and it seemed like a great fit to talk about Adobe and PowerPoint working together. Join us, along with Mark Heaps for Part 1 of a 2 part conversation where we dive into our Adobe apps and Microsoft PowerPoint workflows that leverage both.

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episode 110 – The PowerPoint Backstage Experience

PowerPoint has hundreds, if not thousands of functions and features, that are accessed from the ribbon, panels, pop-up dialog boxes, right-clicks and sometimes hidden with CTRL or ALT clicks. Today we focused on PowerPoint’s Backstage — all those areas you get to when clicking FILE in the top left. This is a deep dive into PowerPoint functions and setup options, in a primarily a PC-centric episode as the Mac doesn’t have quite the same backstage experience. For this one, you may want to have your computer on and PowerPoint open to follow the conversation, it is gets geeky really fast!

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It’s a Crossover! The Presentation Podcast meets the Presentation Boss Podcast

5 presentation designers walk into a bar, 3 from 3 different parts of the United States, 2 from another English language country on the other side of the planet. What do they talk about? Find out when you join us for this joint venture episode of The Presentation Podcast and Presentation Boss podcast!

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episode 99: Being a Remote Presenter (with Ken Molay)

The world pretty much just all jumped into remote meetings at the same time. There are now more remote presentations rather than in-person meetings. Today our conversation is how to create and deliver remote presentations. And we are joined by literally an expert in web conferencing and remote presenting skills, Ken Molay of Webinar Success.

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episode 98: Microsoft Office Secrets of PowerPoint

This is Part 1 of a new series – Microsoft Office Secrets! This episode Troy, Sandy and Nolan each give their 10 hidden or unknown slide design tools and features. All are native PowerPoint things – no add-ins or special coding needed for them!

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episode 97: Design Your Career; a day in the life of a presentation designer

Troy, Sandy and Lori of TLC Creative Services, Inc. give three perspectives on what happens in the day of a presentation designer.

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