Presentation Design

Kristy Shangpliang

Started out in Chillibreeze as a PowerPoint designer and realized that her niche was in marketing. She is now working fulltime as a marketing executive. She has a passion for writing and is very curious by nature. Loves animals and environment.
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Recent Posts

Why PowerPoint Presentation Designers Should Have the End User in Mind

Our job as PowerPoint presentation designers is to enhance the visual appeal of slides in a way that helps the end user understand the content of the slides easily. While doing so, we sometimes miss out on the most important aspect – the end user.

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How to Create Amazing Videos Using PowerPoint in Just 4 Simple Steps

Yes, you read it right. I did say “creating videos USING PowerPoint”. Here’s a little background before we delve into it.

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4 Effective Ways to Use Roadmap Analogy in PowerPoint

Every other day Chillibreeze’s PowerPoint experts create templates using roadmap analogy for customers from around the globe.

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Visualizing Problem-solving in your PowerPoint Presentations

Business processes need to be constantly improved and refined to keep up with the dynamic market scenarios.

We are always on the lookout for faster and better ways to work and solve problems in our daily work.

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PowerPoint Icon Design Trends to Watch For in 2017

Icons, you see them everywhere these days.

On your phone, on the billboards that you pass by this morning, on your desktop, traffic signals, signage used in retail stores, airports, traffic signals, in a presentation. Just about everywhere! 

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How to get that Outstanding PowerPoint Presentation [Infographic]

As a college student, it never occurred to me that presentations were designed by professionals.

It never even occurred to me that some presentations looked better than most.

It’s like you never realize how pretty or out of place you look until someone made you aware of it.

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