Welcome to the third part of our blog series dedicated to branding. In this post, we’ll tackle a common business tool that can have a great impact on the way your brand is perceived; PowerPoint.
If you missed the earlier posts in this series, you can find them here: Three Ways to Keep Branding Spot On | Three Tips to Ensure You’re Using Brand Colors Effectively
I’ll start with something simple, but not widely recognized: unused space is not a problem – you don’t need to cover it up.
One of the things we covered in a previous post was that the use of color should be a decision, not an intuition.
Let’s start with this basic 3-bullet example: