Are Your Presentations and Data Zoning out Your Audience

Turn them into “Wow!” and “I get it!” with help from two resources

Plano, TX (January 25, 2008) How many presentations have you attended where speakers read every slide — word for freaking word? Stay far away from their footsteps by controlling PowerPoint and presenting data in meaningful visuals. It’s your opportunity to put your creativity to work.

OK. How do we come up with creative ideas when we stopped practicing creativity years ago? Two resources help you get your creativity groove back:

* 175+ Data and Information Visualization Examples and Resources

http://meryl.net/2008/01/22/175-data-and-information-visualization-examples-and-resources/

* 70+ PowerPoint and Presentation Resources and Great Examples

http://meryl.net/2008/01/10/70-powerpoint-and-presentation-resources-and-great-examples/

Take your zzzz’s to “Wow! What a great presentation!”

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Meryl K. Evans, behind meryl’s notes and life-long DFW resident, has blogged since 2000 and has written many articles on Web design for print- and Web-based publications. She’s the author of Brilliant Outlook Pocketbook and co-author of Adapting to Web Standards. Contact Meryl for additional tips, book review requests, or interviews.


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