[25% Off] How To Create A Professional Presentation In Powerpoint
Fundamental principles of presentation design
What you’ll learn
- Learn how to create professional presentations in PowerPoint
- Learn fundamental principles of design
- Find out where to find high quality images and icons for the presentation and how to use them correctly
- Practice to create professional slides from scratch
- Use major PowerPoint tools and techniques
- The student must have MS PowerPoint 2016 or later
Dear PEOPLE from all over the WORLD!
We are Anton and Natalia, founders of NeitDesign, and we specialize in PowerPoint presentations. We started creating presentations in 2015 and now we are Top Rated Seller on Fiverr and Fiverr PRO in Presentation Design.
However, we must confess – we also made MISTAKES. And, these mistakes cost us time and money. What we mean is when we began our career, we received huge number of REVISION requests from our clients who wanted to make their presentations look PERFECT. This experience taught us what our clients want to see and how we can improve our work. We have summarized this information and selected what actually work for all presentations.
So, what is this course about? The course is divided into 2 parts theoretical and practical. Anton will explain you the theory, including:
Fundamental principles of design and how they apply to PowerPoint presentation design;
Working with images and icons;
Fonts and color combinations;
See real cases and how all these aspects of good design are applicable there.
After Anton explains the theory, you and Natalia will create several slides together in PowerPoint. She will go with you step-by-step, explaining everything you learned in the theoretical part. And, finally you will create the slide on your own. But we will not leave you alone, and Natalia will give a brief guideline that helps you to achieve the goal.
This course is suitable for EVERYBODY who want to find out what really works in PowerPoint.
Have questions? Just message us!
Author(s): Natalia Lyashenko, Anton Bystrov