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How to optimize the effectiveness of your presentation: Quick tip #8

Cartoons are not just for kids

 

It is a common misconception that cartoons are used primarily for the entertainment of children. While there is no doubt that children comprise a major percentage of cartoon enjoyers, animation is quickly becoming a platform used for movies and presentations geared towards a much more mature audience. In fact, animation is becoming a revolutionary tool used in the sectors of business, education, marketing, advertising, and more. Still not convinced? Still thinking that you will be frowned upon if you create an animated presentation for work or school? Take a look at some of these examples, and let’s break the stigma that animation and cartoons are just used for the enjoyment of children!

 

Quick tip #8: When giving a presentation think “outside of the box”

If you want your presentation to be memorable, do it in a way that sets it apart from every other boring presentation out there. Use something like animated presentation accompaniments to add flare and creativity to your presentation. This will make your presentation fun, different, and exciting, while still maintaining a high level of professionalism. Animated presentations are also great for the classroom, and can help educators engage with their students regardless of age. Using animation will not only enhance your presentation, but it will ensure that it is ingrained in the memories of your audience for a substantial amount of time. Let’s take a look at some great examples of how to utilize animation software for presentations:

 

 

 

 

Stay tuned for Quick tip #9 tomorrow (for Quick tip #7 click here)

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Jordana Pepper

Social Media/Community Manager at PowToon Ltd.
PowToon's Social Media/Online Marketing Manager extraordinaire who loves to provide the PowToon Community with amazing, fun, engaging, and informative content!

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