You might have the most amazing idea that you wish to share with the world, but you might not get the results you want if the delivery isn’t good. Although as a tool, PowerPoint is pretty easy to use and intuitive, creating a good PowerPoint presentation is not a simple task. There is a lot of things to consider when designing your slides from the words you use, to the copy structure, data visualization, and overall design. This is why today we gathered 20 really good PowerPoint examples of presentations that flawlessly deliver their messages. These creative ideas will surely inspire you to make your next presentation your best one, as they all share good design and engaging storytelling.
“If you don’t know what you want to achieve in your presentation your audience never will.”
– Harvey Diamond
1. Idea to Identify: The Design of Brand
This is a long one. Here we have a 242 slides presentation that exposes the myriad facets of design and how they impact the brand identity. The presentation has a lot of data to show and spreads it throughout more than 200 slides to make it easy to read and follow. In all, this is the best way to present a lot of information: instead of overwhelming the viewers with text walls, the presenter simply adds more slides.
- Author: Sudio Sudarsan
2. Jeunesse Opportunity Presentation 2021
This is a great example of brand presentation with company profile, product system, plan, and reward. It gives a similar experience to browsing a website.
- Author: DASH2 – Jeunesse Global
3. Accenture Tech Vision 2020
A short and sweet presentation about how companies prepare for data regulation and how this impacts the customer experience.
- Author: Accenture
4. APIs as Digital Factories’ New Machines
A comparison presentation of how companies capture most of the market value. It explains well how to view the economy from a different perspective and adopt customer-centric thinking. The presentation has a lot of value, it’s well structured and it’s a good read in only 28 slides.
- Author: Apidays
5. 24 Books You’ve Never Heard Of – But Will Change Your Life
This is a great example of how repeating slides design for the same type of content isn’t a synonym for being unimaginative. It’s pretty straightforward: it promises 24 titles, an inspirational introduction, and a slide for each book that will change your life.
- Author: Ryan Holiday
6. 10 Memorable David Bowie Quotes
Not always presentations must have a specific educational or conventional goal. Sometimes, it could be a cool personal project meant to inspire your audience. And let’s be honest, who doesn’t love David Bowie? A presentation with 10 memorable quotes by him is worth watching.
- Author: Stinson
7. Creative Mornings San Diego
- Author: Anne McColl
8. Digital 2020 Global Digital Overview
A report heavy-data presentation about everything you need to know about mobile, internet, social media, and e-commerce use around the world in 2020. It’s a long read but comprehensive and well-illustrated with data visualization.
- Author: DataReportal
9. Blitzscaling: Book Trailer
One of the most well-made presentations about informative topics such as startup’s life-cycle and where the most value is created. It’s designed as a book, consistent, with lesser text as possible, and imitates animation by adding new content on copies of the same slide.
- Author: Reid Hoffman
10. Poor Self-Esteem: Just Beat It!
A very valuable presentation that takes on the reasons for low self-esteem and how to overcome it. The design is very simple and comprehensive and even suitable for social media carousel posts.
- Author: SlideShop.com
11. You Suck At PowerPoint!
This presentation is more than a decade old and still checks out. After all, you could expect great presentation design from someone who talks about design mistakes and how to overcome them. 61 slides of a fun experience and a great read.
- Author: Jesse Desjardins
12. Pixar’s 22 Rules to Phenomenal Storytelling
Pixar’s 22 Rules to Phenomenal Storytelling, originally tweeted by Emma Coats, in a 24-slides presentation with a custom design.
- Author: Gavin McMahon
13. A Complete Guide To The Best Times To Post On Social Media
A fun little presentation with great value. It takes on the most effective times to post on social media, send an email, or publish a blog.
- Author: TrackMaven
14. Fix Your Really Bad PowerPoint
The next presentation honors Seth Godin and his wisdom. It uses his book’s insights to visualize all the tips in 45 engaging slides.
- Author: HighSpark
15. 10 Lessons from the World’s Most Captivating Presenters
This presentation is for presenters who wish to become better. And what better way than getting inspired by the world’s greatest presenters and accessing some of their secrets.
- Author: HubSpot
16. Crap. The Content Marketing Deluge
For starters, this presentation has a very captivating title and opening. Winning the attention from the very start, it continues with consistent clean design and great content. It delivers exactly what it promised.
- Author: Velocity Partners
17. Displaying Data
More insightful advice and tips from professional presenters that check out to this very day. It’s a great presentation about visualizing your data in the best way possible and it also delivers it with design.
- Author: Bipul Deb Nath
18. 5 Storytelling Lessons From Superhero Stories
Custom-made presentation with illustrations made specifically for the occasion, and brilliant execution. It shows it’s definitely worth it to spend time making your presentation more personal and from scratch.
- Author: HighSpark
19. 10 Things your Audience Hates About your Presentation
Another custom presentation with icons-style illustrations about how to avoid cringe when making presentations.
- Author: Stinson
20. The Designer’s Guide to Startup Weekend
You will work hard all weekend long but you will also find new friends, mentors, and the chance to promote yourself. A pretty wholesome presentation with a custom design where the presenter shares her own experience in the world of startups.
- Author: Iryna Nezhynska
These 20 presentations prove that PowerPoint is never out of date and it’s a great tool to deliver your message across. We hope you got inspired for your next presentation and make your audience fall in love with your concepts.
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