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Presentation Design

Presentation Design

Discover how to use design to make your presentation deck stunning, powerful and persuasive. With Present Better, you can save hours of browsing the internet for presentation ideas and step-by-step tutorials. We are simplifying all that extra work for you by continually adding articles on the most popular topics.

No matter if you’re looking to create business presentations, investor or sales decks, we’ve got everything on the agenda. Learn how to create professional PowerPoint presentation designs by using the right tools, finding the best free designs on the web or by simply outsourcing your own creation.

PowerPoint presentation examples
After a while, all PowerPoint presentations look exactly the same, don’t they? Wrong! The way a PowerPoint is designed can really change the feel of the whole presentation. The world is filled with bad PowerPoint presentations. But precisely because of that, a good PowerPoint will stand out even more. Check out these amazingly good presentation...
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PowerPointLabs
Have you ever heard of PowerPointLabs? This article will change the way you use PowerPoint forever. Probably all of us have used Microsoft Office presentation software at one point or another. But very few can say that they really master it. PowerPoint has many well-kept secrets that most people don’t even get to use once....
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PowerPoint vs Prezi
In the 1990s PowerPoint reigned supreme. Truth is, there weren’t many options to compete with. Microsoft Office had made one of the very first presentation programs, and it remained unchallenged for a long time. But times have changed, and now there are quite a few presentation tools to choose from. Prezi, founded in 2009, is...
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bad powerpoint example
There is a lot of information online on how to better your PowerPoint presentations. But sometimes an example of what you should not do can be very useful in the way of avoiding mistakes. So, what does a really bad presentation look like? Here I’ll show you the worst of the worst PowerPoint sins you...
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match colors in PPT using the eyedropper tool
Add life to your presentations by designing visually attractive slides. I know this is easier said than done, but as a presenter, it’s best to know how to design your slides. That said, here are 45 PowerPoint tips to help you speed up your PowerPoint design workflow. Let’s begin! Use a PowerPoint template If you...
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negative space example - minimalism in presentation design
Just like most things in life, design is very much a personal choice. You can choose bright, flamboyant colors to make your presentation come alive. Or, you can choose to follow a more simplistic and minimalistic approach. In this article, I’m going to share my thoughts on minimalism in presentation design, and why you should...
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search for fonts in google slides directory
Google Fonts have taken the design world by storm. Gone are the days when you’d find yourself limited to using whatever fonts came pre-installed on your computer. Arial? Times New Roman? Courier? Comic Sans? Nope! It’s time to say goodbye to these old fonts (for your presentations at least) and say hello to Google Fonts....
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Theme Chooser in Keynote
The PowerPoint vs Keynote debate has been around for ages. While most people will say PowerPoint is the best presentation software ever, Mac users may beg to disagree. In this article, I’ll do my best to provide as neutral a take as possible, so you can choose the best presentation software for your needs. PowerPoint...
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Yellow - warm primary color
Your presentation’s color theme plays a huge role in how your message is received by your audience. You may think the effect is insignificant, but can you imagine how your audience will react if you use green text with a red background on your slides? They’ll probably end up walking out of your presentation! Well,...
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recycle or repurpose your slides to get the most out of your hard work
So, you’ve spent several hours creating, designing and showing your presentation slides to your audience. And you ask yourself, “Is that it?” All your hard work, never to be seen again. Well, guess what? It’s not the end of your presentation (well, technically, it is, but you’ll see what I mean later on)! In fact,...
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