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Learn more about how to deal with Infographics and charts with these tutorials for Google Slides and PowerPoint templates. Present your data and processes in a visual way!
You’re sitting in front of your computer and ready to put together a presentation involving data. The numbers stare at you from your screen, jumbled and raw. How do you start? Numbers on their own can be difficult to digest. Without any context, they’re just that—numbers. But organize them well and they tell a story. In this blog post, we’ll go into the importance of structuring data in a presentation and provide tips on how to do it well. These tips are practical and applicable for all sorts of presentations—from marketing plans and medical breakthroughs to project proposals and portfolios.
Timelines come in a rich variety of colors, shapes, and types. While there are plenty of creative ways to design them, they usually include a few basic elements including shapes, text, numbers, and lines. With these simple elements, you can put together a visually attractive and easy-to-understand chronology of the story you want to tell. We’ll begin with creating a simple line before moving on to circles and callouts and topping it all off with just a bit of text. It’s nothing too overwhelming so if you’re ready, let’s start creating a timeline in PowerPoint!
What better way to portray progress and evolution on a Google Slides presentation than with a timeline? A timeline does the job of telling a story (or history) chronologically in a direct and straightforward manner that’s also visually attractive and easy to digest. It shouldn’t contain too much text so as to not overwhelm the reader yet have just enough to convey a milestone. In this Slidesgo School tutorial, we provide you with step-by-step instructions on creating a timeline in Google Slides.
Presenting data on Google presentations can be done in many different ways. There are basic bar charts and pie charts. But if you want to take things a step further, radial charts are a great way to add visual effects to a presentation and simplify more complex data. This is extremely practical for everything from business plans and project proposals to medical breakthrough presentations and marketing strategies. In this tutorial, we'll teach you how to make a radial chart in Google Slides for your presentations.
When it comes to data presentations on PowerPoint, there’s a resource that helps your audience make sense of numbers—charts. When done properly, they are easy to understand and extremely versatile. The best part? They come in a huge variety of forms. Today, we’re going to talk specifically about radial charts. They are visually appealing, practical, and applicable for marketing strategies, lesson plans, project proposals, etc. So if you’re looking to add more variety to your presentations, read on to learn how to make a radial chart in PowerPoint.
We live in bustling times. Between work, family, social media, etc., our minds can get extremely cluttered. That can make it difficult to focus, especially when there are complex concepts to explain. This is why concept maps play a crucial role in organizing information: They make it easy to digest. Concept maps are a type of diagram used to explain relationships between ideas visually. They begin with one main idea before connecting it to other smaller yet equally important related ideas. The best part is that you only need a few basic shapes—lines, ovals, and squares—to create a concept map...
It’s estimated that 65 percent of humans are visual learners. That goes without saying that it is often easier to explain complicated concepts with visual aids than text. That’s where a concept map comes into play. In this Slidesgo School tutorial, we’ll teach you how to make a concept map in PowerPoint. During a presentation, you only have that much time to capture and maintain your audience’s attention and complicated ideas can be hard to explain. Concept maps help to visualize information, which makes it easy to consume. In simple terms, concept maps are diagrams that portray the relationship between various...
Diagrams help you visualize all the steps of a process. In these graphic elements, each step of the process is represented with a shape, and these are connected by arrows. In this Slidesgo School tutorial, you’ll learn how to create flowcharts in Google Slides.
Including a chart in your presentation is always a good way to display your numerical or statistical data in a visual manner. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create charts in PowerPoint and how to insert an already existing chart from an Excel document. You’ll also learn how to work with the ones included in our templates.
Using charts to represent your numerical or statistical data helps your audience understand everything visually at a glance. In this new Google Slides tutorial, you’ll learn how to create pie charts, bar graphs and other kinds of charts, so you’ll be able to display the information clearly and boost your presentations.