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A Basic Guide to Run an Effective Presentation as a Designer

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Design is a mixture of art and business.⁣

Dealing with clients and walking them through decisions can be intimidating, especially when presentations are not high on our list of capabilities.

As designers, a fundamental part of our work is in presenting our ideas as clearly as possible to allow for appropriate and valuable feedback. This can be from peers, project managers, or…

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