The Art of Visualisation – Further Examples
As we discussed last time in our article ‘The Art Of Visualisation’, the idea of using images, diagrams and animation can be a powerful way to more effectively communicate messages within a presentation. This article looks at three further examples of how messages can be communicated in an engaging, memorable and effective way using visualisation as the cornerstone to achieve this.
Visualisation Example Diagram
This visualisation demonstrates the power of using a diagram in a presentation rather than text and bullet points.
Visualisation Example Timeline
This example reveals how events over time can be more effectively displayed in a timeline format.
Visualisation Example Bar Chart.
This slide uses a bar chart to demonstrate how data can be presented more effectively
As before, by combining a core message, with simple (but not necessarily basic) diagrams built up with animation, presentations and concepts can be better understood by your audience and more memorable for longer periods.
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Paul Armson, Prestwood Software
The presentation was slick and polished – it really looked professional. The slides demonstrated the message, making it clear and easy to understand; particularly the complicated graph, which was broken down into simple steps. Much nicer to watch than slide after slide of bullet points! It really did look great.