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Examples of Great Presentation Design Part 6

Previously, in this article franchise, we presented some great presentations designed so as it become a huge success among their viewers. In the sixth part of this series, Visualbee brings to you some more such examples to help you create remarkable and appraise worthy presentations by just the magic of good imagery:

20 rules for selling ideas to your boss:

Here is an example of a presentation which has a great amalgam of text and images. It provides useful tips about selling your ideas to your boss in a very humorous and light-hearted manner. The images are very well-attached like in Visualbee which makes your simple presentation very effective.

This is how you get attention:

Yet another great presentation created by Bruce Kasanoff.  Through a very clear, credible and compelling presentation he gives out the message that it is better to be an expert than say you are one. The pictures indicate very good ideas and story. The presentation is very creative both in pictures as well as storyline.

Theory of Seven:

The presentation has a good theme and it has easily understandable slides with relevant pictures. Good pictures and imagery is the key to success for creating a good presentation. With a theme of how and why to explain everything so even a seven-year-old can understand, this presentation does not fail to grab the audience’s attention.



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