Presentation Studio Australia love this time of year! We wanted to thank all our clients and partners for such a great year with a special message and what better way than a Christmas PowerPoint Presentation!
Our wonderful design team had so much fun getting back to traditional techniques drawing, cutting and pasting some Christmas decorations that we lovingly photographed and rebuilt in PowerPoint.
We hope you enjoy our Christmas PowerPoint Presentation, and so with seasons greetings to all and to all a good night… we will be away from December 24 and back in the office from January 4th 2011.
Presentation Studio Australia review RockMelt
Let’s face it…Our lives are linked to Facebook. We have developed a need to Like, Post and Share everything and anything of personal interest onto our Facebook account. Last year, The Telegraph UK claimed that ‘Facebook users spend a full three days a year on the site, with addicts spending racking up than a whole working week’ . According to Facebook Statistics, usage has continued to increase as ‘People spend over 700 billion minutes per month on Facebook’.
RockMelt has landed as the latest internet browser that is undoubtedly distinct from any others floating the channels.
So how is RockMelt different?
RockMelt actively thinks about the way we use the internet to share. This internet browser is organized around your personal Facebook account. Every time you open RockMelt, it automatically logs you into your Facebook.
On the left of your screen, the browser lists all your Facebook friends and by clicking on their display picture a pop up box will appear. The small pop up gives you the opportunity to start a live chat or post something on someone’s wall without navigating away from your other activity.
On the right side of the browser is the Facebook icon. By clicking on the icon, a small pop up appears of your live Facebook feed. You can also add various other feed style websites to the icons on the left. This includes sites such as You Tube, Slideshare and Twitter where new information and postings are constantly being shared. The idea is to easily share everything online. It’s like bookmarking, with all your friends as followers.
The most impressing aspect of RockMelt, is that even with all these sharing applications; it is FAST!
To add to the hype - you must wait to be invited before you can download the new internet browser onto your personal desktop. To download RockMelt you need to be invited on Facebook by a friend or by clicking here: http://www.RockMelt.com/
The team at Presentation Studio Australia, love the new internet browser. We can share our favorite blogs, PowerPoint Presentations and websites with all our fans and followers daily. We can’t wait until everyone is able to download RockMelt and start sharing all their favorite sites with us.
New internet browser Rockmelt has successfully been downloaded. Get ready to start sharing!!!!
Blog up soon…
Presentation Studio, Australia are on a mission. We want to rid the world of bad presentations. We believe presentation awareness and positive learning experiences will make the world a happier place! This presentation was built entirely in PowerPoint with all the animations and transitions features of Microsoft PowerPoint 2010.
We had so much fun building this – we hope you enjoy learning our tips and tricks in PowerPoint!
Powerpoint presentations have SO much potential. We have identitfied a few points that will lead to its SUCCESS!!
- Identify your AUDIENCE
- Keep it SIMPLE
- SHOW it using graphs, timelines and images
- SPEAKER training
Its not specifically about the content or the images or the presenter. It’s about linking these three things so they compliment and engage with each other rather than merely co-existing.
Lessons from childhood
I came across some research recently that got me thinking. Over half the respondents who attended a presentation preferred receiving the presentation as a PDF as a follow up resource. Why is this? Are we that busy? Are our brains so overloaded with information that we can’t remember what we were told the day before? Or is it because the presentation wasn’t that memorable?
We are hit with thousands of different messages every day and only remember a few. This is why it is so important to make your presentations memorable, interesting and compelling. One way to do this is to take a lesson from our childhood.
How many great stories do you remember and how simple were they – “Hungry Caterpillar”, “Green Eggs and Ham”? They had few words, interesting pictures and an uncomplicated structure. If you want people to remember your message, try creating visually engaging stories that people can relate to and follow.
And this is how we do what we do….