Most of the time, they do more harm than good.
There's one rule and one rule only about animations in your decks: don't use them.Read More »
The science behind what makes us feel other people's emotional states.
When we see others expressing extreme emotions (such as pain, anger, or joy) our brain has a special set of neurons (brain cells) that fire called mirror neurons.Read More »
The basics of styling line height, margins and indentations.
Ever look at a bunch of bullet points, or a paragraph and the words seem like they just kind of blend together?Read More »
Learn when and how to change the size and amount of detail in a point or sentence.
A major component of actually bringing a presentation to life that fits within those constraints is understanding the concept called sentence scaling.Read More »
When is the right (or wrong) time to make a document in PowerPoint?
More times than not, PowerPoint has become the default tool for almost anything business related (next to Excel). But is it the best tool for everything?Read More »
Certain considerations need to be taken into account before you build your deck.
Deciding on the format of your presentation is one of the major things you need to figure out before you actually begin building your deck. Read More »
A quick setup guide for using our templates.
So you've got yourself one of our templates (or you're thinking about getting one)? This post will describe how to get started using our templates in the easiest way possible.Read More »
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Kyoto is a bright and coloruful, multi-use template that packs a clean and modern punch.
Ampersand is a highly sophisticated and straightforward template with a grayscale theme
Markup is a simple, yet versatile PowerPoint template with a hand-drawn look and feel.
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