Whenever you create a video or commission the production of one, a variety of creative factors, usage rights and distribution methods must be considered to ensure accurate budgeting and to avoid any legal snafus. The three main categories that need to be evaluated up front to determine anticipated licensing fees are visual assets, music, and talent.
In PowerPoint Pro Moves S2E3, Michael Thiel walks you through seven fundamental gotta-know keyboard shortcuts. If you are not using these basics, you need to start right now.
Many events and trainings call for some sort of learning aid for participants to utilize and reference. Whether it’s a simple meeting agenda, an event schedule, or a comprehensive resource such as learning guides or reinforcement quizzes, you’ll likely need participants to efficiently access key information to increase learning retention.
Get a good look at your next presentation with the VIEW shortcuts to help you create FASTER and BETTER! Mike takes you through the different view modes in PowerPoint and how to use keyboard shortcuts to make your next edit fly by!
When you hear the word “PowerPoint,” what comes to your mind? Many would say their thoughts include boring corporate events, long-winded presentations, and possible snoring. PowerPoint slide decks can be illustrative, dynamic visual aids, but they are more commonly designed in a way that prompts audiences to nap rather than engage.
We’re kicking off Season 2 with the key next to your space bar that’s full of POWER! Mike takes you through the ALT secrets to PowerPoint success. Make your next presentation edit fly by with pro tips EVERYONE should be using!
While clip art may have once served a useful purpose for you or your organization, there are now a plethora of ways to avoid it and find higher quality alternatives instead. We promise, your quest to banish clip art will be easier than you think, and, ultimately, by using better images and illustrations in your presentations and documents, you’ll produce more impactful work.
It’s Saturday night and you and your significant other step up to the cinema box office window for tickets to a movie you are eager to see. The agent smiles and says only first row seating remains. You have visions of leaning way back in your seats, heads at an odd angle, not seeing the whole screen at once because you’re too close. Do you buy the tickets?
Shopping for the Right Salesperson – My retail days were long ago. But even back then (the ‘90’s), when we had arranged a “sold” deal over the phone, by email, or through a buying service, we’d prepare for the customer’s arrival and would undertake a maximum effort to make his/her time spent in the dealership as short as possible.