When I was growing up, my Dad always told me to do the most difficult chore first. I still use this philosophy today when running through my to-do list. Design teams consider a similar approach every time they sit down to create a new website
Visual content plays an important role in marketing efforts. This is evident when you take a look at today’s campaigns. They’re jam-packed with promotional images, infographics, and videos. Businesses are increasingly investing in visual content because it consistently performs well on all the major social channels.
At CGI, we often work on special internal projects called PET Projects. I wanted to use my design skills for a good cause and decided to start a project that could generate revenue for a charity. I began by researching what other designers find most valuable in online markets. I quickly realized that they are often purchasing bundles of icons that they use for mobile app design, desktop app design and more, which gave me my idea. My plan is to sell the icons bundle online and give the profits to St. Baldrick’s.
One of the best presentations I have ever watched was one of the simplest slide-decks I have ever seen. A clean white background with bold black text. Each slide only had 1 to 3 words max. That’s it! I found myself zeroed in on the speaker, focusing on every slide he presented. I eagerly anticipated what he would say next as he spoke effortlessly, totally confident. He made it look easy.
Many of the PowerPoint 2016 for Mac improvements are particularly notable since the PC version has been two steps ahead for years. For those of us working on the PC, the challenges are a bit different.
Are you a designer creating client presentations in PowerPoint 2016, focusing on information-rich designs with complex animations, layered graphics, morph transitions, and custom master slides? If so, you’ve come to the right place!