by Kenneth Rudich
Presentation tools like PowerPoint and Keynote are NOT inherently audience friendly, especially if you choose to…yawn!…merely make a bullet-point presentation.
Business, marketing, educational, training and promotional presentations should be crafted in a manner that visually grabs and engages the audience. Regardless of whether it’s a live presentation, or one committed to video for online delivery. Either way, you must, at the least, spark interest and hold attention. Even better, you should captivate your audience and leave it with a highly favorable impression.
There are numerous tips and techniques for doing this, and we’ve embarked on a campaign to provide a series of tutorials for sharing these tips in an easily digested manner.
Furthermore, the tutorial presentations themselves have been designed to illustrate how a little investment of time and imagination can make a world of difference for enhancing both the effectiveness and worthiness of the presentation.
All without incurring a sizable financial investment!
We call them Stylized Presentations.
There are four rules:
- Keep It Simple Stupid (KISS)
- Keep it interesting
- Make it fun
- Make it effective