We all need words. Whether it's updating your business blog, emailing customers with product news, or creating an employee handbook your colleagues can understand.
And we mostly need some basic presentation skills too. Especially those of us in the design business.
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There are so many free writing tools out there aimed at bloggers - but which should you use, and when? Here are the ones making my toolkit in 2018.
Tips and resources for writing effective user help text, field labels, button titles and instructions.
Whenever I see a design brief that includes PowerPoint or Word, my heart sinks. Here's why - and what you can do about it.
So you just got asked to run a training session, and you don’t know where to start… Here’s a basic guide to designing a class that works.
Sometimes you don't get to start with a blank canvas. If you've been given a badly designed PowerPoint presentation, here are some quick ways to fix it.
Overrunning your slot is unkind to your audience - and to any fellow presenters. Here are my top tips for time-keeping in presentations.
Many bloggers rely on rules and tools to sharpen up headlines and tweets. But if you follow ALL the rules, you’ll sound like clickbait.
In a live presentation, the words come from you, not your slides. But when you can't be there in person, use a slide doc to tell your story.
We can all improve our presentations by learning from other people's crimes. Here are 9 ways I've seen people ruin their PowerPoint slides recently.
You could hire a designer. But Canva's free graphic design software may mean you don't need to.