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!
Looking at 2020, Troy, Nolan and Sandy talk about presentations, both in creating and presenting them, is an ongoing evolution. Across a wide range of presentation design and technologies, each shares their opinion on what the trends for each will be this year.
This conversation is amazing! Troy, Nolan and Sandy are joined by a presentation industry luminary, Cliff Atkinson. Cliff is author of Beyond Bullets, which is now in its 4th edition, and as we talk Cliff continuously drops in one amazing insight and presentation strategy thought after another.
Our first conversation of 2020, we talk about investing in our design businesses; software, hardware, training, services, and what are important to be in our annual budget.
This is the final episode of 2019! We are ending the year with a look back on some of our favorite projects, favorite new features of PowerPoint, and favorite events, and other favorites of the year.
It has been some time since it was just a conversation with Troy, Nolan and Sandy. October 2019 had 5 Tuesdays, our last conversation was with a large group at the Presentation Summit and before that was a few guest conversations. So, listen in to us catch up and focus on the many PowerPoint and presentation updates that have been highlights over the past 2 months!
Everyone needs software, hardware, and tools to make their company, or department, run. Troy, Nolan and Sandy list all they use to run their presentation design studios.
We live in an animated world, and animated slide content is the norm. Join Troy, Nolan and Sandy as they talk about PowerPoint animation, PowerPoint as a motion graphics design tool, tips on animation, and our Do's and Don’ts of animation.
Continuing our "Consequences of Good Design" conversation, now focused on the what makes a "Good PowerPoint template" (and those things that make a bad PowerPoint template).
Everything has consequences, presentation design included. Often the "death by PowerPoint" mantra is more about bad information flow - created in any program - and it is a consequence of bad presentation design. Nolan, Sandy talk spend some time talking about current projects, recapping the Presentation Summit experience and then dive into a conversation about The Consequences of Good Presentation Design from 3 vantage points; Designer to Client, Designer to Designer, and of course, Client to Audience.