What presentation software is the best? What plug-ins work well in PowerPoint? How can I convert presentations for the web? Which slide hosting site works best? Which online presentation software works best?
These questions and more are answered in this presentation software section.
27th July - PowerPoint 2013: First Look. Our designers take a look at PowerPoint 2013, and discuss the pros and cons of its new design and features.PowerPoint Training
18th April - The latest update to PowerPoint 2003 has resulted in issues with layouts and templates, causing some files to corrupt. Read our advice here.PowerPoint Training
30th March - This month, we review PowerPoint 2010′s new broadcast feature, which allows you to stream your slideshow to your contacts live, without any additional software.PowerPoint Training
29th September - m62 reviews SlideDynamic, a PowerPoint plug-in that creates Flash-based menus within PowerPoint, enabling presenters to promote interactivity with the audience.PowerPoint Training
28th September - SlideDynamic creates Flash-based menus within PowerPoint, enabling interactivity with audiences. We interview Tim James, Creator of SlideDynamic, to uncover the thinking behind the software. PowerPoint Training
18th August - Gapminder utilises the Trendalyzer software to create animated moving graphs that visualise impressive amounts of data in an engaging way. But can it be used in presentations?PowerPoint Training
19th July - The best new features of Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. How great new functionality such as smart tabbing and video bookmarking helps make PowerPoint design easier.PowerPoint Training
1st March - In the second part of our PowerPoint 2010 review, m62′s designers outline improvements in usability and performance.PowerPoint Training
10th February - Review of PowerPoint to Flash conversion software. m62′s team tested Articulate Presenter, iSpring Presenter, and FlashPoint Professional. Which proved best for value?PowerPoint Training
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Angela Norton, Project Manager, Idis
What we liked was the m62 approach in terms of working with its clients to develop key messages and then progressing to the storyboard and design stages. It was clear that message was the most important element in the presentation, and the design element was created to support this.