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Presentations: from your laptop, the projector or on slides. Wherever it may be from, it's suddenly show time. It's akin to the creativity and magic associated with cinema. It's something with your identity and your stamp. There's a script to be written, and actors in forms of text, images, sound, video, and more.
So, how do you form the story. Which tools help you all the way? What's your hardware and software? And, even if everything else is working well, what happens when the dreaded creativity block strikes you?
From solutions to cure rusted imaginations, to storyboards and ideas, you'll find them all here. If you are using a particularly fine piece of software and want to learn more about that, you'll learn that too.
But wait, there's more. Presentations are about first impressions: new company, new product, new service, new idea, new strategy, or old wine in new bottles too. There's no way you can allow spoiling the first impression, it sticks like glue in the mind of the viewer. Let's learn how to add glitter to that glue!
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The people behind Presentations magazine run Presentations.com. Try the search function, and you're sure to find whatever you are looking for from its vast repository of archives.
Claudyne Wilder is a renowned presentation expert, who maintains the excellent Wilder Presentations site. You can also subscribe to her monthly newsletter, packed with essential tips you could use straightaway.
Jim Endicott runs Distinction Services, a commercial presentation creating company. His site offers a lot more in the form of tips, ideas and downloads.
Julie Terberg runs Terberg Design. Here, you'll find excerpts and samples from her various writings.
PowerPointers is a great presentation industry resource where you will find articles authored by renowned experts.
Jennifer Rotondo's Creative Minds site is all about creating high impact electronic presentations.
Presenters University from InFocus is chock-a-block of interesting presentation related articles.
Presenters Online from Epson is as they say about themselves, a site devoted to comprehensive presentation knowledge.
MedianetPresentation Skills offers interesting content in the form of tips and seminar handouts.Back
What do you do when the dreaded creativity block strikes? Want some ideas? Read on
What is a storyboard? Why does your presentation need a storyboard? Read on.
Conceive, create and deliver intelligent presentations. Learn more in our 11 Steps To Presentations article.Back
The presentation program definition seems to have suffered the most from the discontinued programs vault as well. These include Adobe Persuasion, Assymetrix Compel, Micrografx Charisma, Macromedia Action, etc.Back
Presenter, Inc. is a developer of presentation software solutions geared towards production, management, and delivery.
PresentationPro is a subscription-based service to avail templates, three-dimensional clipart, etc. It also offers other services like custom presentations, delivery options, etc.
Brainshark offers self-service rich-media communication solutions in the form of streaming video presentations.Back
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