Basic Chunking Can Be Horrifying!
Jake on the TLC Creative design team also drew card #1 – Basic Chunking. The final slide on horror movie info not only converts the bullet points into chunks, but is an amazing visual that creates emotion and a story unto itself.
Karen’s Card #28
This slide inspires me on many levels. Karen drew The Better Deck Deck card 28 – Images + Text. The final design integrates the original randomly added images into a slide that uses great typography for the “+ Text” portion of the card, but also integrates the instantly recognizable Lego color scheme in the design!
Troy & Lori on The Presentation Podcast!
This episode is Troy and Lori Chollar. Microsoft Teams enables all PowerPoint files to be a collaboration file with dozens of people reviewing and editing the same file, at the same time. Troy and Lori of TLC Creative Services talk about how they have integrated Teams into the company presentation design workflow, how Teams files are key to their slide review process, and how Teams files are often a part of the backend setup for live meetings.
Sticky Notes for Card 22
Nick who was with TLC Creative took on the challenge of The Better Deck Deck, card #22 – Sticky Notes, with a fantastic presentation-ready slide full of colorful “sticky notes” vs. the before boring bullet list.
Christie’s Card #1
Christie followed up her card 39, Speaker Notes, by converting the same book page of text on “The Poison Garden of Alnwick Castle” into a simple, quick to follow, Better Deck Deck card #1 – Basic Chunking.
Christie’s Card #39
Christie has been with TLC Creative for almost a decade (wow!) and is an amazingly talented designer. She drew card 39 – Speaker Notes. To paraphrase, the idea is to take a slide with too much text and create a simple visual to talk to. Christie embraced that with moving the paragraphs of bulleted text to the Speaker Notes and developing a beautiful slide in both imagery and typography for a presenter to tell the story of “The poison garden of Alnwick Castle” (it’s a real place!).