At World Massage Conference we feature webinars from about 50 presenters each year. These are some of the most respected educators in the industry, some of the most innovative thinkers and the people that move the profession forward.
Along with the presenters comes their PowerPoint presentations. And over the years, we’ve seen it all over the years: The good, the bad and the ugly.
If you’ve seen the presentations by myself or any of the ABMP-produced sessions, you are seeing what are considered best practices in presentation design. The basic idea behind effective PowerPoint design is this: Keep it simple!
This is hard for many presenters to do. It’s a surprisingly difficult task to maintain visual simplicity in a way that has impact. And it takes hours and hours to put together.
There’s help. Recognizing the difficulty of the task, a developer has created Haiku Deck, an app that pretty much forces you to do better presentations.
If you are a presenter check out this free app as an alternative to PowerPoint: