You certainly know that boring PowerPoint presentation can kill a brilliant idea?
Is there a way to make it better, way better?
Sure, and I’ll tell you how!
A tip: use data to make your presentation more convincing. Don’t use standard Microsoft PowerPoint charts and graphs to visualize the data. They are boring! Instead, do something different, unexpected! A creative infographic!
In this course you’ll learn:
In the end of this course, you’ll master how to create an infographic in PowerPoint that professional photoshopers do with help of a much more specific software using much more time!
Enroll in the course and let’s get started!
6 steps Infographic is a kind of any linear n-steps informational graphics that people often use in their presentations for a company timeline, or a business process, or any kind of those things.
We shall learn how to insert the shape in PowerPoint, how to rotate it and its basic formatting. We shall also learn some short keys that will help us to speed up the process.
We shall learn the basic and advanced formatting such as gradient fill coloring, shadow and 3D format for a shape
A few words about the icons and their coloring
We shall create the background shape for the first step of the timeline, arrange and align the shapes to get the complete first step.
We shall duplicate the steps to get all 6 of them and align them. Then will complete the look of the second step of the timeline.
We shall start the final coloring of the timeline together and then I'll give you the input data for the colors to complete it by yourselves and such, to practice your new skills in PowerPoint!
We shall do the final alignment of the steps and add the icons that you've downloaded from the previous lecture "Formatting the icons"
Using the standard PowerPoint Charts, we shall insert and prepare to a further formatting the pie chart with 7 not equal sections
We shall learn how to move from a standard PowerPoint chart to a group of shapes that are so easy to format!
We shall color our pie chart in a pleasant flat colors using the RGB codes
We shall apply shadows to the sectors of a pie chart and use an optic illusion to solve the problem of a shadow for the last sector.
The last element of our paper cut pie chart is a cut out circle in the middle. We shall apply non-standard shadow to a rather standard PowerPoint shape to get the right effect.