Learn 7 animation secrets to effectively communicate your message

Judicious use of animations can help you explain arcane concepts and effectively reinforce your message during a presentation. Learn the best ways to use animation in your PowerPoint presentation from Robert Lane, presentation expert and founder of Aspire Communications

In the upcoming one-hour FREE PowerPoint training webinar, he will teach you seven unique animation strategies and will demonstrate their effective use while delivering a presentation.

After delivering a successful webinar on how to make visually engaging PowerPoint presentations, Robert is back once again to further delve into the topic.

Robert Lane’s knowledge and expertise comes from his 20 years of experience in graphic design. He has applied his lifelong fascination with science to the study of visually interactive digital communication, with a focus on rich media-based PowerPoint presentations. Robert has trained speakers and presentation professionals within organizations around the world, large and small. 

He believes in expressing concepts in visual ways, rather than relying solely on text-based bullet point slides. 

The much-awaited webinar is scheduled on:
Day: Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Time: 9.00 AM Pacific Time (August 8, 2012 – 11.00 AM CST; 9.30 PM IST)

Duration: 1 hour

To attend the webinar, you need to log into your account (Not a member yet? Sign-Up to become authorSTREAM member for FREE).

In the webinar, you’ll learn: 

  • How to use animations to persuasively communicate your message
  • Seven unique animation strategies and their effective use while delivering a presentation
  • How to create dynamic navigation menus to easily access information

Robert Lane is also the author of well-known books: Relational Presentation: A Visually Interactive Approach and Selling Visually with PowerPoint.

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