When creating presentations using PowerPoint, Google Slides, or Keynote, we adhere to a specific design process.
Gathering information: We gather information about the purpose of the presentation, the target audience, and any specific requirements or preferences from the client.
Outlining: We create an outline of the presentation, including the key points that need to be covered and the structure of the slides.
Design: We select a suitable template and begin creating the slides. we incorporate graphics, images, and text to create a visually appealing and engaging presentation.
Review and Refinement: We review the presentation with the client and make revisions based on feedback. We refine the design until it meets the client’s requirements.
Finalization: We finalize the presentation and prepare it for delivery. If using PowerPoint or Keynote, the presentation is saved in a compatible format for the client. If using Google Slides, the presentation is shared with the client for review and collaboration.
The specific software used (PowerPoint, Google Slides, or Keynote) may vary depending on our preferences and the client’s requirements, but the above steps provide a general overview of our process for designing presentations.