It’s with a whole heap of excitement that we formally announce the arrival of our German website – http://www.eyefulpresentations.de
While we’ve been hard at work improving presentations across Europe for some time (and making quite a few friends along the way), this new development allows us to focus on the specific presentation needs of German businesses, large and small.
As part of this development, we’re delighted to welcome Thessa Roderig into the Eyeful family. Thessa not only shares the same unbridled passion for powerful presentations as the rest of the Eyeful gang but also has the unique insight of seeing it from the customer’s side of the fence. Her experience of working with the Eyeful team on an important presentation proved so powerful that she’s decided to support our growth across Germany.
To learn more about this exciting news, check out the Podcast below or pop along to our sparkling, box fresh website.
In the concluding part of our interview with Shawn Villaron from Microsoft, we talk to him about the future of PowerPoint and the impact that innovations like Prezi are making in the presentation world.
Then, without fear for personal safety, we broach the iPad issue issue and, to his credit, Shawn shares some of the current Microsoft thinking in terms of iPad action…
In the second part of our interview with Shawn Villaron he talks about the strength and drive of the team behind Office 2013 and discusses why more PowerPoint design options don’t always make for better presentations.
Shawn also reveals how Microsoft are tackling ‘Death By PowerPoint’ from the inside out – with refreshingly unscripted honesty.
In part one of our interview Shawn Villaron, PowerPoint Program Manager at Microsoft, shares his excitement about Office 2013, chats about the Presenter View feature and tells us why the cloud is so important to the future of tech.
Dipping back into the archives, we dusted down this revealing interview with Jonty Pearce, Editor of the massively successful Presentation Magazine.
In this Podcast, Jonty shares his views on why Death by PowerPoint exists...and most importantly, how to address it head-on.