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SKETCHING: 20 Slides

SKETCHING: 20 Slides

Sketching

Sketching out your design ideas for an entire slide show can minimize production time, as you determine the order of your slides and design layouts before you go anywhere near your mac or PC – just follow 3 simple steps: 1) Capture… 2) Sketch… 3) Design…

PHASE 1: CAPTURE KEY CONTENT

…..only 60% or less of available work time is actively used by employees

…..92% make or take work related communications outside the office or on vacation

…..15% of all the paper handled in the office is lost

etc…


PHASE 2: SKETCH DESIGNS








































PHASE 3: DESIGN SKETCHES















































BEFORE AND AFTER

The Final Analysis – as you compare the draft sketches with the final designs,
you can see how the sketches made the slides easier to create





















































Sketching

Sketching out your design ideas for an entire slide show can minimize production time, as you determine the order of your slides and design layouts before you go anywhere near your mac or PC – just follow 3 simple steps: 1) Capture… 2) Sketch… 3) Design…





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