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How to nail your graphs: An A-Z of effective presentations

For most business presentations, graphs are a necessity, and at Maxwell Rogers, we use them a lot when crafting decks for our clients. They are hugely useful as they allow you to display complex information in a simple way, and have a number of other key benefits, too. Firstly, your audience is more likely to...
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Victoria Senior Designer

Get to know our Senior Creative, Victoria Blacklaws

None of the great work we do at Maxwell Rogers would be possible without our fantastic employees. This month we caught up with Victoria Blacklaws, our Senior Creative. To find out more about Victoria, have a read of her interview below! What does a typical day at work look like? I can’t function without my...
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Letter F

Formatting: An A-Z of effective presentations

For letter ‘F’ in our A to Z of effective presentations, we’ve gone practical, sharing formatting tips on how to use simple, but effective PowerPoint tools that help you upgrade your slides. Usually when we present them in our storytelling training workshops, we’re met with lots of “oohs” and “ahhs” as people realise just how...
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Get to know our Account Director, Ella Medcraft

None of the great work we do at Maxwell Rogers would be possible without our fantastic employees. This month the spotlight is on Ella Medcraft, another amazing member of our Account Director team. To find out more about Ella, have a read of her interview below! What does a typical day at work look like?...
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E for Evidence

Evidence: The A-Z of effective presentations

When we say good evidence is essential for an effective business story, we don’t mean you have to saturate your presentation with every statistic you can find. In fact, we’d advise the opposite. Good evidence is ensuring you have the right proof points to support your narrative. It could be a piece of data. Or...
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Get to know our Senior Designer, Matt Hodgson

None of the great work we do at Maxwell Rogers would be possible without our fantastic team. This week we caught up with Matt Hodgson, Senior Designer. To find out about Matt, from why he loves his job, to which (rather loud) music genre motivates him, read on! What does a typical day at work...
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D for design

Design: an A-Z of effective presentations

When it comes to good storytelling, design is one of three major components that contribute to the effectiveness of presentations. It is similar to slide visualisation: how we represent and lay out content in more meaningful, graphical and engaging ways. However, it is so much more than just aesthetics – it influences how we process...
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C for cognitive loading

Cognitive load: an A-Z of effective presentations

Whether pitching for a project, or providing a quarterly review at a board meeting, we all want our presentations to be memorable. It is often considered a key determinant of success. The problem is, our short term memory only holds 7 (+/- 2) items of information at any one time. So, the likelihood of the...
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Get to know our Account Director, Jane Shepherd

None of the great work we do at Maxwell Rogers would be possible without our fantastic team. Our second employee interview is with Jane Shepherd, Account Director. Have a read of her answers, below! What does a typical day at work look like? A short commute along the landing to my office, followed by numerous...
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