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Top 20 Best PowerPoint Presentation Designs

Top 20 Best PowerPoint Presentation Designs
Looking for the best PowerPoint presentations to inspire you? We searched high and low to provide you with an out of this world list of the best PowerPoint presentation designs. Presentations don’t only have to be used the day of your pitch. …And feel free to laugh at the irony of us using bullet points while we applaud presenters for not using them! Top 20 Best PowerPoint Presentation Designs 1. • Uses a minimal method • High definition images • No more than 6 words per slide 2. • Steve Job’s method of listing things in 3’s • Large type font • Bold color 3. • Strong images • Triggers emotion • 1 key point per slide 4. • Clear demonstration of a McKinsey style presentation 5. • Relatable symbols and pictographs • Minimal text • No need for the presenter to look or read the slides 6. • Strong branding scheme • High quality images • Minimalism approach 7. 10 Steps of Project Management in Digital Agencies • One key concept per side • Easy on text • High quality images 8. • Minimal slide use 9. • Large font 10. Related:  new technology

How to Create an Interesting Infographic Photo Credit: net_efekt via Compfight cc Infographics are a great way to teach information. They are fun and easy to read when done right. Step 1: Research the ins and outs of your topic First start with an idea and pick a topic you know about. This is where your QuestionPro tool can really come in handy. The key to a great infographic isn’t any single piece of information or great design, it’s the insights that it brings out. Step 2: Work out the concept and story Decide if you want to share your info as a story, as a factual timeline, or something in between. The absolute easiest way to get started is to use your native QuestionPro Infographic. Step 3: Get creative with graphics After you have an outline done you can plug in graphic that showcase the information. Step 4: Dig deep into the data for interesting factoids One of the things that can really make an infographic awesome is adding shocking statistics and other information that typically goes under the radar.

Créer un diaporama pédagogique : bonnes pratiques Créer un diaporama pédagogique est une présentation signée Anne-Céline Grolleau (conseillère en pédagogie TICE). Au sommaire : quels écueils à éviter dans la réalisation d’un diaporama avec un zoom à propos de bonnes pratiques et la théorie cognitive de l’apprentissage multimédia (et la problématique contemporaine de la surcharge cognitive). Au coeur du diaporama comme outil pédagogique : l’attention, les mots-clés, des visuels clairs et évocateurs, les différences de rythme, les types de mots à mettre en forme, comment les idées clés peuvent être présentées. Ce diaporama délivre des pistes pour mettre en place des présentations dynamiques qui accrochent l’attention des publics. Licence : Creative Commons by-nc-saGéographie : France Tags: diaporama, formation, pédagogie

Benchmarking 28 Creative PowerPoint and Keynote Presentation Designs There’s a certain art to putting together a solid presentation and PowerPoint and Keynote are the primary tools of the trade. The “art” comes into play when you’re trying to set yourself apart; so how you use the tools is of great importance. Often it is the design of the presentation itself that does the trick. In an effort to help you put together a great-looking presentation, here are 28 examples of creative presentation designs using Powerpoint and Keynote: 1. 1 Billion Hungry Project 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 40 More Slides + Memorable Quotes from Cannes Lions 2010 17. 18. 100 Beautiful Slides from Cannes Lions 2010 19. 20. 21. 22. 8 Minutes for Creative Refreshment 23. 24. 25. 2010 And Beyond 26. 27. 28. Presentation Resources There are plenty of great resources online for presentation design, here are a few: Know any other great resources? Popular search terms for this article: Mike Vardy an editor on Work Awesome. Sponsored Content

25 astuces pour maîtriser PowerPoint PowerPoint, c’est le logiciel de Microsoft permettant de créer des présentations. Il fait partie du Pack Office depuis le début des années 90. Bien qu’il existe aujourd’hui des alternatives à PowerPoint pour créer une présentation en ligne, le logiciel reste l’outil le plus utilisé, notamment au travail et dans les facultés. Comme la plupart des outils de la suite Microsoft Office, PowerPoint est facile à prendre en main mais regorge de fonctionnalités plus ou moins dissimulées. Nous avons donc rassemblé ici 25 astuces à connaître pour maîtriser le logiciel. Vous saurez ainsi comment présenter un diaporama à distance, conserver vos polices personnalisées, compresser les images, inclure une vidéo YouTube et convertir un PowerPoint en document Word ou PDF. Si vous souhaitez vous perfectionner sur ce logiciel, vous pouvez également suivre des formations dédiées à PowerPoint : création d’une présentation, utilisation des transitions et des animations, création de masques de diapositives…

# Design Sketches | BIKE-TREND Demon Downhill Bike by Richard Malachowski Aggressive, brash sports bike designed by a talented industrial designer Richard Malachowski. Downhill bike, conceived as a new conceptual model for the company Cannondale. The original carbon frame is securely reinforced titanium alloy that provides excellent structural strength and rigidity necessary for competition. “Sin City” urban bike design by Richard Malachowski Interesting design concept of urban bicycle Spanish designer Richard Malachowski. Electric Bike concept by Yuji Fujimara An unusual and highly original electric bike EBIO, the development of a talented industrial designer Yuji Fujimara. Speedster Bike by Andinobita Speedster Bike Small Concept Bike for Urban Living With additional small rechargeable battery powered engine on the rear tire, make this bike comfortable in long distance biking in city.

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Modèles de présentations HTML5 pour remplacer PowerPoint Suite à mon track sur la supervision lors de la première journée de SophiaConf 2012, j'ai eu pas mal de question par mail sur le logiciel utilisé pour concevoir mon support. J'ai en fait utilisé une présentation 100% HTML5 basée sur l'outil Impress.js, lui même inspiré de Prezi. Je ne trouve que des avantages à ce type de présentation. En effet, en mettant de coté le dynamisme et l'aspect "fun", on manipule un format standard, lisible sur n'importe quel navigateur digne de ce nom (je dois avouer que Impress.js, fonctionne beoucoup plus fluidement sur Chromium que sur Firefox). Nous allons dans ce billet découvrir un panel de solutions équivalentes permettant, moyennant une bonne connaissance du langage HTML et de CSS, de concevoir des présentations originales sans avoir à installer aucun logiciel sur votre machine mis à part un éditeur de texte et un navigateur Web. Les commentaires sont bien sûr là pour compléter cette liste et nous faire partager vos expériences sur le sujet ! GitHub

Sukkah City: Cyclone Cyclone Adrian Blackwell, Jane Hutton Cyclone is a harvest structure that binds together two materials removed from New York City streets: tree branches, gathered after storm events, and tires, discarded after use. An inverted cone of tires supports tree branches caught in the tires' holes. Utopian and survivalist builders of 1970s environmentalism used discarded tires in their ‘Earthships’. cubesJuho Lee, Diane Choih cyclical sukkahatelier gang // jospeh perez-green, sarah dunham, jessica stuenkel CycloneAdrian Blackwell, Jane Hutton DAY/NIGHTJames Hill/Nick Doermann/Ryan Patterson Deconstructing the SephirotLily Robinson, Alexandra Parman Decorstructure! The Dreaming BoothEthan Pomerance, Mark Epstein

Tips and Tools to Help you Better integrate Technology in Your Instrcution March 30, 2014 Looking for some ideas on how to integrate technology in your instruction? Dr. Kimberly Tyson from Learning Unlimited has these excellent tips to share with you. While the web tools Dr Kimberly suggested serve the purpose pretty well, however, based on my long experience with reviewing education tools, I picked some more titles to add to her visual. Tools to create individualized learning experiences for students: Tools that support classroom instructionTools that facilitate collaborationTools to help students curate content In addition to Paperli, Pinterest, Flipboard and Scoopit I would add:Tools to helps students stay organized:

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