Author Archives: Ravi Mehta

Learn to Teach: Four Presentation Tips for Educators

We’re excited to have our first guest post from Crystal Bloom, an MBA with over 20 years of experience in the communication field. She is a consultant, public speaker and teacher. Her background includes being a published author of over … Continue reading

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Slidevana for PowerPoint: Even Smarter than “SmartArt”

It’s come to our attention that some of you use PowerPoint! While Keynote will always have a special place in our hearts, we know that most presenters rely on PowerPoint to author and share their presentations. We also know that … Continue reading

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Slidevana for Keynote giveaway on Cult of Mac!

Cult of Mac is giving away four copies of Slidevana for Keynote. Visit their giveaway page for instructions on how to enter. The contest ends on March 28th at 11:59 PM PST, so hurry! You’ve been putting together presentations, but … Continue reading

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The Two Most Important Questions in Presentation Design

Just a few short weeks into my first “real” job, I got the worst presentation advice I’ve ever gotten. Many of us have heard this familiar adage: Never more than 5 bullet points, never more than 5 words per bullet … Continue reading

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TUAW reviews Slidevana!

This morning TUAW posted a review of Slidevana. The article, Slidevana provides pro design templates for Keynote, describes Slidevana as “smart collection of slide design that goes way beyond any of Keynote’s built-in templates”. The article also describes Slidevana’s overall … Continue reading

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Welcome to Slidevana

Welcome to Slidevana, the ultimate presentation toolkit. Although we’re launching Slidevana today, its been a long time in the making. In fact, its taken years of building dozens of presentations to create Slidevana. Let me explain. You see, I’m that … Continue reading

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