How To Template

Published on Nov 18, 2015

Simple, beautiful, flexible presentation template to explain or show how to do something. Ideas: embed in blog or website, post to social media channels, upload to Slideshare.

PRESENTATION OUTLINE

How to template

haiku deck presentation template
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The problem

How most people do this
Haiku Deck's minimal format encourages concise, bold headlines.

You can import your own photos (http://blog.haikudeck.com/import-images-like-a-pro/) or use the integrated Creative Commons image search for a more metaphorical approach (More about that here:
http://blog.haikudeck.com/free-photos-for-all-how-haiku-deck-puts-creative-commons-images-at-your-fingertips/).
Photo by fung.leo

Your unique approach

And why it's better
Helpful tips for finding powerful images here:
http://blog.haikudeck.com/presentation-inspiration-3-power-tips-for-selecting-images/
Photo by andylangager

YOUR CRED

Here's an example of a Haiku Deck stat chart, a quick way to create a simple infographic.

You can highlight whatever stats and figures are most relevant to your topic.

More about Haiku Deck charts and graphs here:
http://blog.haikudeck.com/charts-and-graphs-made-easy-with-haiku-deck/

Powerful photo or quote to establish the tone and optimal mindset

It's great to set the tone with an inspirational quote or a great photo.

This may be a good place to use a multiline slide layout: http://blog.haikudeck.com/new-text-and-layout-options/

Materials

  • Item 1
  • Item 2
  • Item 3
  • Item 4
  • Item 5
Here you can outline materials, or advance preparation, that will help things go smoothly.

More about creating Haiku Deck lists here:
http://blog.haikudeck.com/presentation-ideas-lists-the-haiku-deck-way/
Photo by O.C.T

Step 1

Description
Try to keep things clear and concise.

You can always add more detail (including links) here, in the Notes:
http://blog.haikudeck.com/turn-presentations-into-content-assets/
Photo by Leo Reynolds

Step 2

Description
Photo by Leo Reynolds

Step 3

Description
Of course, you can include as many steps as you need.

To illustrate the process with your own photos, you can import images from your Camera Roll or computer, or from Google Drive, Dropbox, Flickr, Instagram, or other sites. More details here: http://blog.haikudeck.com/import-images-like-a-pro/
Photo by Leo Reynolds

Expert tips

  • Expert tip 1
  • Expert tip 2
  • Expert tip 3
You can highlight tips one by one or in a list, and include more detail in the Notes if necessary:

You can always add more detail (including links) here, in the Notes:
http://blog.haikudeck.com/turn-presentations-into-content-assets/

End result, and why it's awesome

Show what success looks like, and how it feels!
Photo by familymwr

Learn more

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See dozens of examples of Haiku Deck "how to" presentations here: http://www.pinterest.com/haikudeck/how-to/

Have a great example of a Haiku Deck How To? Be sure to share it with us at gallery@haikudeck.com!
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