Throwing Out a Presentation Lifejacket for your Visuals

Sometimes if you’re looking for good graphics for your presentation, it can seem like you’re drowning in a sea of choices.

To save your presentation sanity, grab a lifejacket in the form of a singular visual metaphor that you can carry through your entire presentation.

Watch the video of this BBP Weekly Workshop recorded Aug. 20, 2009, as we work with Debbie Weil on clarifying the visual focus of her presentation.

In this 1-hour recording you’ll learn how to:

– Focus a storyboard that has become too fragmented.
– Identify a single visual metaphor to anchor your presentation.
– Save time and money if you’re working with a graphic designer by having your sketches done first.

>>>To launch the recording of this workshop, click this link.

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