Well. . . , the big news here is that I was recently interviewed for an Inc. Magazine article on PowerPoint design. The article came out recently and I was delighted to find that I was quoted throughout the piece, plus, and a big plus, the article featured material about both Steve Jobs and Guy Kawasaki, giants in hi-tech which I am glad to be associated with in any way possible, even if it is only being in the same article.
Since publication I have gotten a number of interesting calls from prospective new clients who have wanted to learn more about my specific Power point design style and overall approach and philosophy. To put it simply, PowerPoint to me is not so much about graphic design (though that is important) but rather it is primarily about communication. When I work on PowerPoint project designs the first thing I focus on is always this: what does my client need to communicate. This creative process helps me build the foundation that the PowerPoint graphic design can build on. Without this, the design is a house of cards. Pretty cards in pretty colors maybe, but a house of cards nonetheless, and it will not serve the client well.
You can check out the article for yourself at the following link:
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