Go on, express yourself!

Visuals make your presentation interesting and easy to comprehend, although it’s not often possible to do away with text completely. Use our simple tips to draw attention to your writing and make it both expressive and a pleasure to read.

Goals and challenges

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Money and Economy

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Moving

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Office

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Success

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Time

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Communication and Technology

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Projects and Processes

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Downloads

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How flipcharts help in creative meetings

Tips & tricks for better presentations

Block capitals are easier to read than joined-up writing.

Only use uppercase letters to highlight points or for headings. Elsewhere, use a combination of upper- and lowercase letters. A uniform letter size will result in more even, legible writing.