Presenters have a wide range of options when it comes to the technology they use for their presentations. Projectors and laptops, of course, but also white boards, paper and pencils, and tablet PCs. New technology such as pico-projectors and digital paper provide new ways for presenters to interact with their slides, and with the audience.
Here, we review some of the latest presentation technology, and make recommendations as to what presenters might benefit from using.
23rd October - At a trade show, m62 had to play 12 video presentations on 12 different screens simultaneously. How did we do it?Presentation Skills
19th September - m62 reviews emaze, a free online presentation tool for designing and building presentation slide decks. Presentation Skills
27th August - m62 reviews Idea Flight, an iPad app designed for presenters that pushes slide content out to multiple devices simultaneously.Presentation Skills
20th August - m62 reviews PDF Converter Elite, a desktop application that allows you to convert a PDF document to a variety of formats.Presentation Skills
25th July - How can video presentations be used at different stages of the sales cycle to drive leads forward and ensure repeat business?Presentation Skills
11th July - m62 reviews the Raspberry Pi, a low-cost credit card-sized computer that can be used as a media centre to play a range of content.Presentation Skills
29th May - m62 reviews PowToon, an internet-based PowerPoint alternative that allows users to easily produce creative video animations.Presentation Skills
3rd May - m62 reviews Haiku Deck, a free application for iPad and iPhone that enables the user to create simple, attractive slides.Presentation Skills
21st March - This webinar recording explains how the latest developments in presentation technology have changed how organisations approach corporate video.Presentation Skills
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- Seven Aspects of Highly Effective Presentations
- Visual Aids Gone Wrong
- Company Presentation, Brand, and Compliance
- Improving a Sales Presentation
- Presentation Tips that Suck
- Presentation Agency Selection
- Corporate Presentation Tips
- Presentation Optimisation
- The Right Visuals
- Advanced PowerPoint Training
Fin Farrelly, Marketing Manager, Airedale
The open62 training course as well was excellent. It was good to see the science behind presenting explained – it actually made a lot of sense. Presenters don’t really give thought to these things on a daily basis, but they can have a huge impact. The course highlighted this, and I definitely have a better understanding of presenting now.