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Powerpoint Presentation Tips (4/6): Keep It Simple Stupid (KISS)


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The «Keep It Simple Stupid» phrase is from the design world.It basically mean, don’t do things unless you don’t have to.It is a very powerful rule in presentations also.

Do yourself a favor, go through your presentations and look at every slide and every detail. Ask your self; is this necessary? Does it contribute to my story?

Be hard on yourself and remove everything that doesn’t really need to be there. Be as clear and precise as you possibly can. Maybe you have a cool chart or graph that you really wanted to show, but unless it contributes to your story, take a deep breath, sigh, and delete it.

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New Feature: Image Preview in Search Result

We’re happy to announce our new page feature: Image Preview! You can know easily get a closer look at the images in your search results without clicking into the image preview page. Try a search or one of our categories, and see the feature yourself!
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Do You Want to be a Guest Writer at YAY blog?

In order to expand out blog we’re currently looking for guest writers to join YAY blog.  If you are interested in writing at YAY blog, please send me an e-mail at linda@yaymicro.com. You’ll have to write in English (or Norwegian).

Cheers, Linda

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You Gotta Roll with It!

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We’ve finally added a blogroll to YAYblog! We know that many of our photographers, visitors and customers got their own blogs, and we’d love to be updated on what you’re writing about.

So if you think your blog could be of interest for us at YAY, please send us an e-mail. We’ll take a look, and if it’s a good match we’ll add it to our blogroll! Interesting themes would be anything related to photography, illustrations, design, photoshop, web design, media in general, microstock and the stock photo industry, etc.

You can e-mail us at: post@yaymicro.com

Linda, Jan & Bjorn
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TED talk: Photos That Changed the World

Jonathan Klein from Getty Images gives a great presentation about the potential impact and power of photography in this newly released TED talk.

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From ted.com: “Photographs do more than document history — they make it. At TED University, Jonathan Klein of Getty Images shows some of the most iconic, and talks about what happens when a generation sees an image so powerful it can’t look away — or back.”

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