We know you want to win hearts and minds with an upscale, nuanced presentation. Well, so did they.
Sometimes we just like to break out of our professional routine and create something fun for fun’s sake.
“A picture is worth a thousand words.” - Plenty of people say it, but at Ethos3, we actually believe it.
Cinsay came to us with a presentation that was part pitch and part educational.
Industrial Defender diligently collected their in-depth technical blogs with the intent of creating a comprehensive eBook that could help customers troubleshoot and maintain their control systems.
Our team wanted to try something imaginative in the presentation realm that we hadn’t really seen before: a deck created with visual “.gif”-style moving elements on each slide, also known as a “cinemagraph.”
Logan’s Roadhouse was looking for a highly visual, illustrative update for their existing “Guest Complaint Resolution” training presentation.
One of our most popular blog posts ever, “The Mini Guide to Presentation Practice” was aimed at providing a comprehensive practice guide for presenters.
Meridium sought a client-facing presentation that could both offer a company overview and pitch some of their services to an audience that is primarily corporate finance in nature.
We wanted to remodel our internal core values document into something that with a bit more flair, for both our clients and employees to enjoy.
World Hotels had no shortage of beautiful photography from their different properties.
When we’re not trying to teach our SlideShare audience something new about making a great presentation, we love to share fun information in a catchy visual way.
Because we’re always on top of new trends, we wanted to demo the new presentation platform by Microsoft called Sway.
Public Relations and Marketing firm Devries sought to work with us to make a compelling infographic for Tyson Foods about the cooking (and eating) habits of the modern American.
We wanted to make an educational piece to correspond with one of our blog posts about the impact of color on the human brain.
A video developer was looking for a presentation pitch to sell investors on “Shockwave Football” and convey the thrill of watching, playing, and consuming the game.
Our SlideShare page is home to a lot of informative, audience-facing work, and it’s also a great place for us to flex our creative muscles and share what we are passionate about. We attempted to do just that with “All About Beer.”
King Mallard needed to create a teaser presentation for a workshop that would teach entrepreneurs how to monetize their websites.
This infographic was designed to help readers adjust their strategies and futureproof their businesses from changes coming to the Facebook feature set.
Zondervan wanted to create a shareable promotional video for their latest offering.
Voxeo wanted to reach a modern, Millennial audience with a presentation that gave a 30,000ft view of their development platform offerings.
Our company offered training services for TEDx Nashville speakers in 2013 and 2014, and we wanted to provide them with a memorable takeaway eBook that could help them knock their presentation out of the park (or in this case, Herschel Greer Stadium).
The purpose of this presentation was to aid Jon Acuff during his speaking engagements while he was with the Ramsey organization, which meant that it needed to be high-level, yet accessible -- just like his book, Quitter.
We wanted to educate the SlideShare audience about how to appropriately use LinkedIn for internal B2B marketing using a catchy infographic.
Best Buddies was opening a local Nashville chapter, and this presentation needed to educate Middle Tennessee about their positive purpose.
A lot of our clients want to create a data visualization within presentations or content marketing materials, but aren’t sure where to begin.
Non-profit organization Heifer needed to create a motion piece advertisement for their spring promotion, which would plant a seed of inspiration for the viewers donate to their cause.
We tend to get a lot of website traffic from people looking for advice about non-verbal communication in presentations.
After learning about the ways in which the human brain processes and stores information most effectively, we decided to work on a project that would pass some of this useful data on to our presenter fanbase.
We wanted to create a handy takeaway eBook to show our fans how to create an effective SlideShare presentation that could be used to spread their insights and creative ideas on LinkedIn.
We needed a way to showcase some of the incredible animation that our designers are capable of building within a PowerPoint presentation.
Deadeye came to us with the goal of creating a sophisticated look for their pitch presentation, which would be delivered to the kind of seasoned investors who have seen it all.
A serious presentation topic combined with a lot of factual data can make for a challenging project, but when Bill McKibben and the folks at 350.org came to us with their concept, we couldn’t start work fast enough.
HealthTeacher commissioned us to create a motion piece based on something unique: a spoken word poem about the health of American youth by Taylor Mali.
Infusionsoft came to us with multiple projects but one core goal: to create useful and timely eBooks for their clients.
Many of the world’s greatest presenters possess the gift of gab, but how can the average Joe learn how to harness his latent persuasive skills?
This infographic was created to illustrate the importance of content marketing at all levels of business.
Non-profit organization Heifer needed to create a motion piece advertisement for their Valentine’s Day promotion, which would encourage people to express love for others by donating to charity.
Sport-related imagery in a presentation can walk a fine line between cartoonish and serious, especially for clients like this non-profit organization that needed a tasteful, professional deck.
DNN Software came to us with a “one-sheet” (i.e. single document) that listed ten benefits of their new Evoq Content service.
Did you know that you could use a presentation for your brand’s content marketing strategy?
Alpine Electronics needed a motion piece that could play continuously on monitors during a trade show to display their car audio and navigation systems.
Infographics can make for wonderful projects, but when you create as many as we have, the vertical format occasionally feels a little stale.
The words “planning for retirement” don’t typically scream “fun,” and so Ward Financial came to us looking for a creative solution to put a little twist on their client-facing retirement deck.
We wanted to compile some of our best, science-based productivity lessons into a motion piece that would be a great resource for our fans.
We wanted to create a piece in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. for his namesake holiday that would combine recognizable imagery and historical information to produce a rich, full retelling of Dr. King’s life story.
The thought of going to the dentist makes some people shudder, as Aspen Dental knows all too well.
SanDisk came to us with a presentation about a traditional tech topic, but wanted to make it unconventional and fun. We set off to accomplish the nearly impossible, which was to transform something an audience would be very familiar with into something fresh.
Thought leader Michael Hyatt needed a presentation to accompany his numerous keynote talks about creating a personal platform.
Belmont University’s Massey School of Business needed a presentation for advertisement purposes -- essentially, a pitch deck aimed at prospective students.
Infusionsoft came to us with multiple projects sharing one core goal: to create useful and timely eBooks for their clients.
Our CEO Scott Schwertly had a massive amount of content that he wanted to distill into a downloadable and fun takeaway piece.
A lot of healthcare companies take a conservative approach to their corporate overviews, but CMR was looking for something a bit more grounded that would appeal to the human element of medical care.
Because SlideShare is a place marketers love to prowl, we wanted to create a fun and informative piece of content marketing that would appeal to their inner Rocky Balboa.
Non-profit organization Shift Giving needed to create a motion piece that would include a compelling call-to-action at the end, encouraging viewers to donate to nature-centric causes.
We like to stay on top of presentation trends, and make sure that our audience and clients are also well-informed.
Medical presentations like the one we created for Abiomed often cover complex topics and make liberal use of statistical analysis.
Our company believes that storytelling is a crucial component for any presentation.
SFRTI needed a motion piece to be placed within one of their training decks in order to give the audience a closer, more interactive overview of their organic farming practices.
We wanted to test our creative limits by making an infographic about a current events topic that could be distributed on SlideShare.
Data heavy presentations backed by a ton of research can be tricky, and so Channel One came to us with the hope that we could make their core piece more visually appealing without diverging from their established brand.
Wellness solutions provider Onlife Health was looking for a corporate overview presentation that would emphasize the diversity of their client base in particular.
Digital Promise came to us with a treasure trove of data about educational technology that they wanted transformed into an eye-catching eBook.
The presentations we create for SlideShare typically have a lot of room for creativity, but we also like to infuse them with useful content for our audience.
When we work with SlideShare, our aim is to be fun enough to draw casual web browsers, yet informative enough to give them a valuable takeaway.
Appirio helps guide companies who want to make the transition to cloud-based applications.
Thought leader Amber Naslund, co-author of “Now Revolution,” needed a presentation for her keynote speech.
“Poke the Bear” is the result of our aspiration to spread the word about healthy conflict to our website audience and SlideShare fans.
Unfortunately, it’s all too common for presenters or designers to cram their slides full of information, text, and graphics. As a way of pushing back against this phenomenon, we wanted to create a deck that could both show and tell how we emphasize simplicity in our presentation design.
Thought leader Greg Ranstrom uses presentations and workshops to enhance company culture for a variety of industries.