Dynamic Slide Design

  • 21 Jul 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
  • Virtual Meeting - Webinar
  • 33


  • This session is only available to PSA Members

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As part of the ‘Speaking for a Crisis’ series to support our members during these unusual times we find ourselves in, we are pleased to present, free for PSA members, a session by Chris Cook (live from the US).

Topic: Dynamic Slide Design

As a speaker, you are in a war for attention. And your competition is tough: Marvel, Hamilton, Game of Thrones, not to mention your audience’s smart phones! To grab their attention—and hold it—you need the top five attention-grabbing, reputation-building, fee-increasing graphic tips that Chris Cook uses to keep speakers on top of their game and their audiences leaning in. During this virtual event for PSA members as part of the ‘Speaking for a Crisis’ series, Chris will show you specific visual design tips like:

  • black & white to colour transitions
  • gradient overlays
  • blur transitions
  • group and reveal transitions; and
  • masking backgrounds.

Use them so your next presentation deck will help you get your next gigs.

About Chris

Chris Cook runs CL3 Design, a creative services firm dedicated to helping professional speakers elevate their audience connections, build their on-stage reputations, and raise their fees. Original keynote designs and keynote makeovers that use cutting-edge visuals that grab and hold attention are the firms most popular services.  
Chris is a great fit for speaker/storytellers because of his ability to support big ideas with powerful visuals. With experience as a teacher, principal, public office communicator, and designer, Chris could have named his company anything. He chose CL3 for Chris loves three. Guess who ;-) 

Format for the Event (in AEST):

12:00pm - Welcome and Introduction with host Steve Simpson CSP
12:05pm - Dynamic Slide Design Chris Cook
1:05pm - Q & A and wrap up
1:15pm - Close


Once you have registered to attend (FREE), you will receive a confirmation email providing you with information on joining the webcast

Note: This online session will be recorded for registered participants who can't make it live.