I recently helped Rob, my husband, with a presentation he was preparing on the topic of virtual reality.
Now, he’s a smart guy. He has a Ph.D. in mathematical physics, so he wasn’t asking me what I thought about his virtual reality angle. He had that covered.
He was seeking tips on how to take what he knew and massage it into a better presentation.
Here’s some advice I gave him, which might serve you.
Make It Visual
Bullet points are okay when your audience needs to write something down and remember it later. Otherwise, opt for visuals.
I use images as much as possible, but sometimes I make fun graphics out of words – sticking to my branding, of course.
You’re lucky! You so have this because your topic is inherently visual.
Most artists need only