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Welcome to CONSISTENCY, a guest post by Robyn Wolf

About a year and a half ago, I did a few weeks at GREY Advertising, helping their staff presentation specialist, Robyn Wolf, with some intense deadlines.  We got the chance to get to know each other like only fellow presentation specialists can:  how we handle stress, deadlines, difficult personalities, late nights, and of course how […]

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Tips for being the liaison between designers

Frequently when working with a presentation designer, you need to also act as the liaison between the presentation designer and your print/web designers.  Web, print and presentations designers all speak a slightly different language, which can leave you spinning in confusion of you aren’t able to navigate them.  Hopefully this post will help you navigate […]

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How many slides should I use?

That’s one of the most comment questions I get:  “How many slides should I use for my xx minute presentation*?” I always respond with “I don’t know, where’s your script?” “yeah, but in your professional opinion, how many slides for xx minutes?” “Again, I don’t know, where’s your script?” I say that because of one […]

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To serif or to sans serif? That is the question!

Clients ask me what fonts are correct for on-screen presentations and/or printed documents.  They also ask me the different between serif and sans serif fonts.  The tip I share is one I got from an old colleague at McKinsey:  Replace serif with feet.  San serif means that the font has no feet (like Arial)  and […]

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