Presentation Consulting

Presentation is a very effective, universal, and intuitive format for presenting information, an effective marketing tool, which in one form or another is used by a huge number of specialists in various fields.

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With its help, startups get the funding they need, companies promote new products in new markets, increase their sales, improve communication between team members, teams present the results of their work, and non-profit organizations share information with the community. In a word, the scope of presentation application is very wide, and the ability to create worthwhile presentation materials will be useful, perhaps, to everyone. Therefore, if you do not have relevant experience in this area, professional presentation consultants will help you create attractive, informative, readable presentations.

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What is presentation consulting and when does one need it?

A professional presentation consulting service will allow you to guarantee a predictable result, aesthetically attractive, functional, and ergonomic, because eventually a client does not care about who did the work and how, but only the final result – a presentation itself.

How to know when it is the best time to seek professional help? Here are some tips to help you understand when it's time to contact specialists, save your time and avoid potential problems and frustrations.

  • For example, you have to take part in the presentation of your product and the result of this event will be important in the future (you need to make the right and strong impression on potential customers). Ask professional presentation consultants to take a look at it and give their feedback. Convenient/inconvenient, informative/uninformative, understandable/incomprehensible, etc.
  • You have ready-made presentation templates, but they have not been updated for a long time, so they are outdated, and you do not know how to get the desired graphical representation or functionality, and how to do what you need based on the available material. Ask professional consultants about it. Perhaps you will need to start development from scratch, or for example, the tools you use are not suitable for solving your problem. A designer will help you to create an effective template for your brand with the required functionality.
  • You need to make a presentation with very complex material, including pictures, text with formulas, diagrams, graphs, etc. As a result, your slides look like a heap of material and all this is difficult for users to perceive as if you just piled everything up without any order. This can have an undesirable effect on your leaders, partners, clients. You should not leave everything as it is, it is better to ask for professional presentation consulting help.
  • You, as the head of the department, are supposed to present the results of your work, or a new product, or something else as soon as possible. But besides this task, you have 100,500 other things to do, so you don't have time to make it all day long and learn a new tool for yourself. You should contact a professional and transfer the necessary material in any form, and this specialist will put your documents in order, creating a high-quality presentation.
  • In any case, if the value of the results of work on the presentation exceeds the cost of hiring professional presentation consultants, for example, you need to introduce your product to a new market and the first impression is very important to you, you should definitely seek help. Professional designers will help make your material clear and attractive.

The four-step process of combining design and presentation consulting:

Our team is professionals in presentation consulting and we are ready to provide you with a solution that far exceeds standard PowerPoint and PDF presentations. We have huge experience in developing various types of presentations with different functionality and for different needs. We are a team of designers, copywriters, artists, and other professionals who are ready to turn your content into ready-made material that can make a lasting impression on any audience and achieve the desired goal.


In our work, we use a well-established scheme, which includes 4 stages. Here they are:

  • Opening. The first point is a natural discovery. We find out what our clients want and the results they want to get. First of all, we consider the scenario. It contains the information that has to be presented in the presentation, and the general message, the idea that a customer wants to convey through this presentation. It is not always possible to discuss all the details of a future project, since a client may not know them at the first stage, but we still collect the basic information to get started. Various details can be finalized during the development process. One way or another, we collect all available information and discuss the future result with a client. This helps to form a starting point for further work. At this stage, you need to find out what exactly a client wants, what key points of the presentation should be highlighted to the audience, perhaps what are the phrases that will cause a strong emotional effect, whether a call to action is needed, and so on. These things are given special attention since they play an important role in creating a presentation.
  • Development of the idea. After the initial data set is received, we can start working on the structure of the future presentation. Is the script voiced by the client suitable for creating a visual presentation? What will attract (and hold) the attention of customers, what methods/techniques/concepts of information presentation should be applied? What is the best balance of graphic/textual material in your particular case? All this should be assembled into a coherent common product – a presentation. Sometimes you need to go deeper into the material and the subject that will be presented to make everything look professional. So don't waste your time and energy on this. Additional research, additional conversation with a client may be required. The better a presentation consultant understands the subject of the document, the better the final result will be. If it is possible to talk to a speaker, it is better to do so. In the event that, in addition to the presentation itself, other materials will be presented, for example, booklets, your presentation must comply with them too.

As for the contextual organization of presentation slides, all slides can be conditionally divided into the following categories:

  1. Key idea. Slides created from existing concepts and ideas submitted by a client.
  2. Text. These slides present the main material of a presentation in text form.
  3. Stories. These slides will help users gain a deeper understanding of the message at the core of the presentation.
  4. Information from a client. Content from the customer is here, such as graphics, videos, or other materials.
  5. At the end of this stage, you will have a ready-made base into which you can then add the desired content.
  • Design. Next, you should take the visual part of the presentation. All ideas that you want to convey to the audience should attract the attention of a person so that after viewing the document a person should have a clear representation of the presentation subject. It is important to have a clear idea of the big picture, the overall aesthetics of the presentation, consistency between individual slides. When developing a visualization for a presentation, it is important to create visual effects that reflect the concepts behind the presentation as accurately as possible. What images come to mind when you read the presentation text? What emotions do you feel when you reveal the meaning of the presentation? What does it take to evoke the audiences you want from your audience? A designer needs to understand the presentation environment. Where and to whom will the presentation be shown? This is important for future design. When developing a design, it is also very important for presentation consultants to pay attention to the balance between visual elements and text. If the words on the screen are solid text from edge to edge, rather than blocks, it makes the whole presentation difficult to read. And this is important for both electronic and paper versions.
  • Overview. After the draft version of the presentation is created, it needs to be evaluated. To do this, once again we look through the original script and all the available notes we made in the process. The team makes sure that all the requirements and wishes of the customer are taken into account. If we omitted something, we need to determine if it can be left as it is, or if it will affect the meaning and message of the entire presentation. We will also need to justify why you made certain design decisions, just in case a client is not satisfied with your decisions.

Even if a client is not satisfied with the results of your presentation, negative feedback is also progress and another step toward the final result. As soon as clients say what does not suit them and what does not work, we will be able to make the necessary adjustments with an updated understanding of the vision of the overall result.



Therefore, presentation consulting is a design that effectively conveys the main idea and message of the presentation while providing a pleasing aesthetic. And the scheme described above allows you to most effectively implement the idea in the form of a presentation.


What is presentation consulting?

PowerPoint design is about the visuals in the slide deck. Presentation consulting is one step up—presentations with a message


How do you do presentation consulting?

There is a four-step method, described above. It consists of opening, development of the idea, designing, and overview.

How do consultants make PPT?

From customers they receive all the necessary information about what the idea is based on, about the key points that need to be disclosed, and about what things must be presented, and based on the received data, they develop the presentation design.

What should I say to start a presentation?

First, you should greet the audience and describe the essence of your presentation in a few words, so that everyone understands what it will be about and whether it is worth listening to it.


How do you end a presentation consulting?

In the end, you need to summarize and present the main ideas in the form of brief technical notes, and then pop thank everyone for their attention

Why do consultants use PowerPoint?

Because it is a popular functional and versatile environment for creating presentations, along with PDF.


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