Have you ever loved something that seems out of reach?
In a recent webinar Holly asked,
Trading a couple messages with someone who found me in an online forum, I thought the Q&A might be useful for some...
In my webinar handouts I include additional links that you might find useful, and apparently in my latest handout the link was corrupt. So rather than making you dig through my blog for where I posted that in the past, here it is again... http://bit.ly/CfG69
In my recent Design for Non-Designers: How to Design Dynamic Webinar Presentations, Donald posed a less frequently-asked-question:
The great news is that Effective Virtual Meetings: Seven Ways to Boost Your Virtual Meeting IQ is that it was interactive and there were a ton of questions. The bad news is that when there’s 500 people in the audience, you can’t get to them all.
If you're not bound to a corporate brand and you want to spice things up...
Would you kindly take a moment to contribute to a survey about best practices when presenting online?
I was on the phone with Jim today, and he gets it. He's the chief sales training wizard at a company with 1500 sales people, and he described to me showing up to a presentation with lots of slides and not a lot of time. Consider this:
When I share what I call 'design for non-designers,' it's basic stuff that anybody can do to improve the experience for the audience. Simple. 2D. And visual instead of textual where it can be.