It’s 2012 the age of digital. Information is now more freely available than ever before. Even now, we’re STILL using PowerPoint wrong.
Carmine Gallo, who is one of my presentation and business communication heroes, sort of beat me to the punch with this article. But I’m not one to take a challenge lying down when I see it, so here’s my take on it.
Watching Timothy Prestero talk about designing for outcomes and not for attractiveness, inspiration or flashiness, for example, was truly inspiring.
I decided it would be a great idea to put together a presentation on The Health Benefits of Dogs, I had searched SlideShare and nobody seemed to have created a presentation about it. It was also my special way of saying thank you to my dog for all the walkies we’ve done so far together.
Every computer comes with a set of fonts pre-installed as standard. What you probably didn’t know is that some of those fonts totally rock for presentations!
I’ve listed my ‘classic’ go to fonts that I primarily use in my presentation designs. I use these fonts when custom fonts can’t be considered for compatibility reasons using presentation templates over multiple computers. What, pray tell, are these classic fonts I refer to then?