At some point in your working life, you’ve probably sat through an extremely boring and mind-numbing keynote presentation. You know, the one with slide after slide of single-colored (or worse, black and white) backgrounds packed with so much text, it’s ready to spill onto the stage.
Humans are visual creatures, so it’d be a waste if you didn’t take advantage of that opportunity to get them hooked onto your keynote presentation. Stack the odds in your favor by choosing from a huge library of beautiful photos and icons inside our presentation editor, or upload your own.
If a picture tells a thousand words, a video can probably fill out an entire book. Drive home your point with embedded YouTube or Vimeo videos.
Discovered interesting insights or certain behaviors? You can demonstrate it by using charts. Tell impactful data-driven stories with ease using our fully customizable interactive charts and maps. Simply import your numbers, pick a chart or map, and customize it.
Wherever you plan on delivering your keynote, we’ll be there for you. Piktochart’s built-in Presentation Mode allows you to immediately present your work as a slideshow. Just add some slick transitions, and you’re ready to knock some socks off.
Creating a keynote presentation with Piktochart takes five simple steps.
Determine the profile of your target audience, and what hot-button topics they might be interested in.
Break your speech down into three parts that address the topic of choice, and divide your presentation structure accordingly.
Fill out your main content, with a focus on real-life anecdotes, interesting numbers, and fresh ideas that your audience can relate to.
What is the action you want your audience to take at the end? Make sure it is clear as day with a call-to-action in the concluding slide.
Take it to the next level with icons, images, and videos. Ensure that they add value to your pointers, and not steal attention from them.
Startup founders and CEOs use Piktochart to create anecdotal keynote presentations to:
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