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CREATIVE VISUALIZATIONS: 60 Examples

CREATIVE VISUALIZATIONS: 60 Examples

Creative Visualizations

By using your imagination to visualize how to display your ideas in the most effective way, you can create innovative slide designs featuring dynamic imagery that bring your slides to life and make your messages more memorable 

How Creative Are You?

By incorporating vibrant images into your presentations you can harness the awesome power of imagery to bring your ideas to life.  Dynamic imagery can be used to make slides stand out, make key messages easier to recall and to keep your audience fully engaged.

When designing using images, the first place to start is in your mind.  Take time to think about how you want to get your message across, and then search for suitable imagery.  Sometimes you find the perfect image, other times you have to adapt your design layout according to what you have.

Creativity works like a muscle: the more you practice using your mind to imagine, the more creative you become.  As you review this post, take some time to examine the original photos, consider what you could do with them and imagine how your slides would look.

There are 60 examples shown below – I hope they help you to see things in a different way, open your mind to what’s possible and inspire you to design better slides:



Examples


Creative Visualizations

By using your imagination to visualize how to display your ideas in the most effective way, you can create innovative slide designs featuring dynamic imagery that bring your slides to life and make your messages more memorable 





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