Rick Altman

Rick Altman

Real-World Makeovers:

For the busy professional for whom everything is due yesterday

Many slide makeovers leave you with your jaws on the floor from amazing work from people more talented than you. But that it is not entirely fair, showing you designs that you might not have the skills or the time to recreate.

This webinar acknowledges the reality of your situation. Taken from slides submitted by patrons of the Presentation Summit, these makeovers carry with them the hope that you will look at them and say, “Hey, I can do that.” Topics to be addressed include:


Messages that are presenter-centric, not audience-centric

Slides with too much junk on them

Content better left in handouts

When clean and consistent are kings

This webinar is for content creators and designers who want clear, digestible advice on designing better presentations and creating more attractive slides.

Special Offer

I'll be giving away copies of my book, "Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck and How You Can Make Them Better," throughout the webinar.

About Rick Altman

Rick Altman has been hired by hundreds of companies, listened to by tens of thousands of professionals, and read by millions of people, all of whom seek better results with their presentation content and delivery. He covers the whole of the industry, from message crafting, through presentation design, slide creation, software technique, and delivery. His common-sense approach and pragmatic advice resonate throughout the professional community. Altman came to presentations through graphic design, having worked with the Corel products throughout the 1980s and 1990s, and having hosted the CorelWorld User Conference across three decades. Rick claims to have invented desktop publishing back in 1982 and can show a galley sheet of type that was produced by connecting his Osborne 1 computer to a typesetter across town with a 300-baud modem (that cost $800). An avid sportsman, he was not a good enough tennis player to make it onto the professional tour. All the rest of this has been his Plan B…

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