Cliff Atkinson, Julie Terberg, and Lori Chollar for Presentation Tricks, Treats, and Horror Stories, and Sheila B. Robinson discuss structuring your content and supporting your message with impactful visuals. We can’t be sure what Sheila will pull out of her Trick or Treat bag, however we do know that Cliff, Julie and Lori will know how to turn any horror stories into delightful tricks and treats.
Join Stephy Hogan, vice president of the Presentation Guild and former creative recruiter, as she talks about the ups, downs, ins, and outs of working with recruiting companies to find your next gig. What are resume best practices? Do I need a portfolio? What about...
In her mini-series on design principles for presentations, Julie explains and demonstrates the principle of repetition and how to make it work best in your slide decks.
Physical relief for designers. Easy myofascial release and other relief techniques for head, neck, shoulders, spine and forearms. Feeling stiff or sore from too many hours at the computer? Designing incredible, indelible presentations takes time … and a toll. This session will be your time to give back to yourself and support the longevity of your talented body.
Nolan takes a deep dive into defining and identifying “Chartjunk,” along with how best to manage and remove it to improve the look and clarity of charts.
Inspired by Design, Episode 32: Design Principles for Presentations: Hierarchy
Hosted by Nolan Haims
Presented by Julie Terberg
Watch as Alberto Cairo joins Presentation Guild members for a Book Club capstone discussion of How Charts Lie.
Inspired by Design, Episode 31: Alternatives to Pie Charts
Hosted by Julie Terberg
Presented by Nolan Haims