How to design dynamic webinar presentations

Face it – most online presentations are pretty boring slideshows.  And I’ll be the first to admit I’ve done my share.  My objective in the following webinar is to help people who 1) aren’t designers and 2) otherwise have day jobs to up their game with designing presentations and interactive experiences online.  Hope to see you there on October 14th!

Design for Non-Designers:  How to Design Dynamic Webinar Presentations

Join Webinar expert and author of the new book, “The Virtual Presenter’s Handbook,” Roger Courville, to jumpstart your success with creating presentations that engage your Webinar audience.

Attend this event to learn:

  • How to think visually to avoid “death by bullet points”
  • How to get your message through to attendees who are multi-tasking
  • How to improve your impact with data-heavy slides

Register here

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Post-webinar follow-up, as promised:

One, today’s handout: _WebinarHandout_1080Group

Two, the handout from the previous webinar (which, for this webinar, was a white paper on the topic):  SevenSinsofOnlinePresentations_COL_

Three, a link to next week’s webinar, the third in the series.

Finally, a link to the recording.

3 thoughts on “How to design dynamic webinar presentations

  1. Malcolm Sleath

    This was a very useful webinar in helping me to understand how to translate my face-to-face presentations into webinar format. I also learned some things I will immediately apply to my other presentations. I’m looking forward to reading the book. Malcolm 12boxes.com

    1. TheVP

      Thanks, Malcolm! Hope to *see* you next week for the final in the series, too. 🙂

  2. June Meagher

    Excellent webinar, fast, informative and never boring. I too learnt some very useful tips which I will apply. Thank you.

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