The Eyeful Blog
You might be looking for pithy sales presentation best practice or the very latest thinking on PowerPoint design. If it’s presentation related, chances are you’ll find it on our blog (we’ve even made it searchable to make it quicker and easier to access the good stuff).
Many companies purport to improve presentations. Some of them will focus on how you stand and what you do with your hands. Others will tidy up your slides. And others will attempt to introduce you new presentation technologies.
Few will start from the ground up, and custom build a Connect-Communicate-Sustain presentation strategy to ensure your success. Eyeful’s success is built upon delivering proven Outcome-Based Presenting solutions to companies large and small.
Presentation storytelling holds great power. Stories have the power to connect presenters to audiences, translate complex ideas into meaningful presentation messages and, most importantly, drive action.
To celebrate Black History Month, we take a look at how three remarkable communicators use story and visual imagery to spark important change across the world.
Presentation technology is evolving at a remarkable pace. As a result, the list of environments and tools we can pull upon to help with business storytelling and presentation design seems to be growing daily. But are they adding value? We explore the world of Virtual Reality Business Presentations to find out if the reality lives up to the hype.
The similarities between Olympic glory and presentation training may not be immediately obvious, but dig deeper and words like commitment, teamwork and marginal gains keep cropping up. How do you take your presentation skills training to the next level? Findout more with Eyeful Presentations.
Presentation storytelling, PowerPoint design, and conference presentation management take time. So what happens when you are asked to deliver the impossible? We call it ‘eating an elephant’, and when you are as obsessed with business presentations as we are, it all falls into place naturally.
The purpose of presentation design is to act as visual punctuation to your story and content. No matter how clever the presentation design technology, your deck isn’t much without the basic presentation building blocks (audience, message, content, call to action). No story? No content? No point in presentation design.
Sometimes things don’t go to plan. It might be a bid, internal comms strategy, or marketing campaign, but while you’ve only just started, you’re already playing catch up! Do you bury your head in the sand or dig deep and reinvigorate your project? Find out how we helped a client do the latter and exceed expectations.
Pride comes from within; it’s acknowledging the struggles of the people who fought for our rights to love and seeing where we need to go to achieve equality for everyone across the globe.
What do audiences want? Great presentation storytelling or nice Powerpoint design? Ideally both, but the rise of ‘Slide Farms’ could tip the scales in the wrong direction. Are they feeding the PowerPoint Monster at the cost of audience engagement?
For quite some time now, I have gotten a bizarre yet very specific kick out of setting myself personal challenges that charities can benefit from. I like the challenges that make people’s faces screw up when you tell them what you are doing –
Presentations are so much more than fancy design and a great presentation company is made up of people who are experts in more than one field…We have incredible storytellers, market leading presentation designers, not forgetting amazing presentation skills trainers. Welcome to Eyeful Presentations.
Sales & Pitch presentations are interesting beasts. Get them right, and you feel like a Superhero; get them wrong, and you can feel the ground swallowing you up. The team here at Eyeful Presentations want to help you make this the year of improving your skillset (as well as your mindset).
Present To Succeed, a global conference that features the great and the good from the Presentation sector. Learn more about this important event and how to join the thousands of attendees by following the links on the page.
We’re all influenced by fashion (yes, even me). The world of presentations is not immune to the vagaries of fashion. Presentation technology fads come and go with remarkable frequency. Prezi is perhaps the highest-profile of these – its impact on presenters burned bright for some time.
I think it is fair to say we’ve all had enough Zoom meetings. So, if you’re going to share a recording of your meeting.. step away from this tired format. But if the content is valuable, surely it deserves to be captured and shared in the highest quality possible?
Presentation folk like a chat. Given half a chance to talk about the power of storytelling, valuable visuals and or exciting new tech, we can talk for hours. However, a recent podcast conversation with Boris Hristov, the brain behind the upcoming Present To Succeed conference, was a little different.
It’s always a pleasure to share customer success stories. After all, the best people to talk about the impact of our presentation services are the very people we have helped. However, this particular success story goes beyond a hearty slap on the back for our content and ppt design teams. Read on to find out more.
International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women all across the globe. Here at Eyeful it is important for us to acknowledge and recognise the power and importance of these women/girls.
It’s amazing where you find inspiration. The last few soggy weekends have found me digging deep into Amazon Prime, where I happened across a documentary celebrating the Nashville songwriting community. Songs like ‘A Little Less Conversation’ and ‘Whiskey Lullaby’? Read on..
We’ll be the first to acknowledge that the phrase ‘Content is King’ has become a little trite. For decades, we and companies like Eyeful have extolled the virtues of crafting content that connects and drives action from audiences. And it’s paid huge dividends for our customers because, when done well, content plays a vital role in moving customer engagements from the transactional to a more consultative, trust-based relationships. Everyone wins.