What do your presentations say about you?
What appears behind you on the screen can speak volumes as to your professionalism, knowledge of your topic, and respect for the audience.
Poorly constructed presentations can do you and your career more harm than good! Too many people today are under the mistaken impression that PowerPoint (PPT) is a word processor. They use PPT to create slides crammed with words and bullet points that they then read to their audience (this is the number one criticism of speakers who use PowerPoint). No wonder PowerPoint has gotten such a poor reputation--nobody wants to be subjected to a boring presentation.
PowerPoint slide shows have become the norm for most business presentations. They are quick, easy to produce, and easy to update. However, they can also spell disaster even for the most experienced presenters. Make your presentation a visual aid--not a visual distraction.
I can help you by designing presentations that make an impression, get your point across, and gives you your desired results.