Steve Jobs was quite famous for his Apple keynotes – featuring a minimalistic black screen and messages displayed in clear Helvetica Neue, along with meticulous scripting. For almost 20 years, there had been one live presentation style to conquer the rapidly evolving technology world.
With Coronavirus spreading to almost over 100 countries, companies are rapidly switching towards remote work environments. The pandemic has forced many to go from lively office environments to remote workplaces. It has become the most significant factor impacting our social lives. Where the Coronavirus outbreak is a good opportunity for some to test working from home at a scale, there is a growing frustration amongst employees who feel stranded in restricted work environments.
A logo is just like the face of a company. It is much more than just an image. You can guess the nature of a business by just looking at its logo even if you’ve never heard of it before. When a customer looks at your business, logo is the first thing he notices.
Are you in a situation where the employees in your company are being affected adversely and therefore there is a need to spread awareness of their needs and frustrations? You wish to convince them to stick around for the long run but don’t know how to resolve the conflict?
Does seeing talented people on Television and over the internet make you wonder what your hidden talent is? And even if you get to know your flair, how can you make the whole world just go “WOW!” by it? Has this thought ever crossed through your mind?
Are boring fonts making your project look dull? Maybe it’s time to give your work an elegant touch by refreshing the gloomy fonts. You may find it hard to believe, but serifs are BACK!
As we bid farewell to 2019 and welcome 2020, we are excited to share trends that are expected to prevail in 2020. While Pantone has already launched its color of the year, the classic blue, we are awestruck to see the following trends already making headlines.
PowerPoint turned 30 in 2017, and to measure its popularity, Microsoft commissioned a poll among users of social media (Snapchat and Instagram). To Microsoft’s surprise, they found that 80% of Millennial respondents considered PowerPoint to be a “great tool.” The popularity of PowerPoint is attributed to the fact that Millennials learned PPT in school.
Storytelling is an art used in every culture. It aims to hold one in a spellbound and is an age-old tradition that has been passed down to generations. People have been engaged in the storytelling profession too, be it a storyteller amusing an emperor in his court or a Ted speaker trying to win his audience with his skills.
In this growing world of competition and the thirst to do better and bigger, individuals are always on the lookout for ways to set themselves apart. PowerPoint usage is commonplace, and while it is a promising tool, it has its share of drawbacks if not used effectively.