As a PowerPoint user, you’d always do well to keep in mind that any concept you put up on a slide will always go down a treat when there’s an amusing illustration to keep it company.
The illustrations need not be detailed, finely observed artistic satire like Hogarth’s sketches. They can even be just a stick figure with a really flexible body. The Nadia Comaneci of the stick figure world, if you will.
And 24point0’s stick figures are quite versatile. Look! They climb:
And apparently we made them a little too human, so they’ve stopped all their frenetic efforts at working hard and are indulging in some gossip.
But they have their sensitive side, too. (Those are real stick figure tears this fellow’s weeping, after being told off by the boss for gossiping a little too much.)
But our stick figure, for all his gossiping, emotional ways is a good team worker.
And then he gets a bit of good news: Mrs. Stick Figure’s got a bundle of joy on the way.
So what else would he do but get together with his other skinny friends from work and celebrate.
Of course, that’s the stick figure’s life, selectively taken from 24point0’s easily customizable PointPeople series. But given that there are other scenarios illustrated in the entire pack, we’re sure he’s got a much richer inner life than we’ve explained here. And he and his buddies can enrich any presentation that you’ve got. Want to show the bosses or employees the importance of training? Why not use the stick figure and his friends to perk up the slides? The same goes to illustrate teamwork, goals and even negative aspects such as frustration and financial problems. The stick figure and his fellow bendy types can always assist you in putting across complex ideas and processes with a little more warmth, a little more humor.
As another man capable of giving life to lines and color once said: I like nonsense. It wakes up the brain cells.
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