Slides packed with loads of text, dry facts and figures? Not that thrilling! Your audience loses interest, grabs a cup of coffee and smartphone and soon forgets you. Set an end to this horror scenario and become a crowd pleaser, whether in front of investors, at a charity event or in a business meeting! We explain how you can spice up your slides and enchant the audience with visually appealing formats and convince them in the long run. Say goodbye to boring presentations - hello creative design!
Pitch Deck – What, How And Why You Need One
In order for start-ups to leave a lasting impression on investors, potential customers or partners, they need a presentation about their company that is truly convincing. The product or service, problems and associated solutions, but also the team behind the company, for example, are described briefly and concisely – in a pitch deck. The goal? […]
Presentation Design – How to Convince Your Audience
The word presentation makes many of us shudder rather than listen to tension. Rightly so, when we think of boring PowerPoint slides without any visual design claim. Far too many words, far too many slides, far too little design, far too little story. Presentation? Yes. Presentation design? No. Focus: End Users Presentations are a powerful tool […]
6 Tips for Efficient Meetings [Infographic]
How can efficient meetings be held? Anyone with a little work experience knows that meetings are time consuming. You spend too much time working and too little time being productive. How can meetings be efficient? That’s a question we’re also very concerned with at Cleverclip. We are committed to being as efficient as possible, and […]
Boring Presentations: How to Banish Boredom From Your Presentations!
What is a highlight in the everyday life of every stock corporation? Exactly, the publication of the quarterly figures! If these are presented, the whole thing normally looks like this: Honestly, don’t you have to suppress a yawn if you’re just seeing something like this? In fact, it is difficult to imagine anything more boring […]