It’s time to start making slides that are clear, compelling and captivating…
…with the slide software you’re ALREADY USING.
Most people will claim you’re doomed to be boring if you use PPT or Keynote. The problem isn’t the software. The problem is you’re not using the software in an EFFECTIVE way (which I’ll show you how to do in this free training series).
Using slides in more visually engaging ways is the key.
Let’s take a peek inside what you’ll learn:
1. YOU DON’T NEED VISUALS ON EVERY SINGLE SLIDE.
Everyone talks about how important visuals are (including me). It’s true that visuals are as close to magic as you can get if you want to design a captivating slide deck.
But, you don’t actually need a visual on every single slide to be captivating. You don’t even need a visual on most slides.
In some cases, a bad visual is actually worse than well-designed text and other creative strategies. In the course, we’ll explain (and show you) that, sometimes, text really can be enough.
2. YOU’RE ALREADY WASTING TIME WHEN CREATING THOSE BORING SLIDES.
A lot of people think it takes more time to design compelling slides than boring ones. In some cases, that can be true.
But, in most cases, the techniques we train you on will replace your current bad habits.
Many are able to create more engaging and visual presentations in about the same amount of time it took them to create boring, ineffective ones.
With these tools & lessons, you’ll be able to choose which approach works for you based on how much time & resources you already have.
3. EFFECTIVE PRESENTING BENEFITS BOTH YOU & YOUR AUDIENCE
Win-wins are rare, amirite? But that’s exactly what effective presenting is. Engaging slides help your audience learn more easily. Period.
But, engaging slides also help you in a bunch of ways. You’ll be more confident in your speaking skills, cultivate a positive reputation, and have an easier time talking about your topic.
We need to emphasize that last point: presenting is easier when you have less text on your slides.
Plus, we’ll introduce you to a workflow checklist that will help you be more efficient with your presentation design, from start to finish.
We’ll cover more than all this, too, but I think you get the gist by now 😉 This is a free crash course that will help you design more compelling slides ASAP. fin.
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Meet your instructor.
Echo Rivera, PhD
Owner, Creative Research Communications LLC
Hey there 👋🏻! I’m Dr. Echo Rivera and I’m here to help you communicate your research & educational info more effectively and creatively!
Not only do I have a PhD (Community Psychology) and over 12 years of research & evaluation experience (yes, both quant & qual), but I’ve also helped hundreds (yes, literally) of folks just like you create more effective presentations.
For nearly a decade, I’ve helped academics, evaluators, scientists, and services providers learn the key techniques for designing presentations that are effective. By “effective,” I mean they increase the likelihood that the audience will pay attention, understand, remember, and use the information.
I know that you’ll love this free training course, because it’s packed with tons of actionable tips to make your presentations better ASAP.
This training course is for anyone who delivers slide-based presentations to adults (in-person or via webinar/video) for the purposes of sharing research, data, technical, or educational information. At Creative Research Communications LLC our passion is helping such folks communicate their work more effectively and creatively. Social justice and important work that goes unheard or ignored is simply unacceptable, so we’re here to help make sure that this important work makes a positive social impact.