A look at new and useful ways to use PowerPoint alternatives when mobile.
A PowerPoint presenter shows a new approach to presenting the Council’s budget in this PowerPoint presentation. It’s a case of more eye contact needed with this one.
A solid and powerful PowerPoint presentation example really hits its points. A good example of how to really do it.
A new and advanced PowerPoint 2013. But how much difference will it make to your presentations?
A really boring and tedious PowerPoint presentation at a WPP shareholder meeting. Iit doesn’t get any better with more viewings.
Here’s another tired and weary PowerPoint presentation that really does the presenter no favours at all.
The how and why of putting hyperlinks in your PowerPoint presentation. It can make your presentations easier to follow. But you’ve got to manage those links well.
A little tip for converting PDF resources into PowerPoint.
This presentation serves as a lesson for everyone using good and attractive media images in PowerPoint presentations. Make sure you use the right images in your PowerPoint presentation. It all went horribly wrong with this presentation.
Using bullet points and jargon in your PowerPoint presentation can be a total distraction for any audience. Here’s an example from the economists who advise the British Government.
A survey sheds some light on the audience experience for a typical PowerPoint presentation. It’s scary, but we know we can do better!
A small and easily carried projector packs a punch for any presenter.
How you can share your PowerPoint presentations with colleagues and others when on the move.
Here’s the world’s best presentation as voted by Slideshare users–from 2010. A really good slideshow.
This is an excellent presentation from BASF. It addresses many of the food issues facing us with the population growing bigger and bigger.
Here’s an excellent application that’s capable of taking PDF documents and converting them into something useful for your PowerPoint or Keynote presentations.