I’m a big fan of blending hand drawn graphics into existing ways of working. I often see how overwhelmed people feel when thinking about how to incorporate hand drawn graphics into their work.

Start with what you’ve got. If you currently use PowerPoint slides, for example, think about how you can make a small change to include hand drawn graphics in your slides.

One quick way to do this is to make use of the (often underutilised!) draw function within PowerPoint.

I’ve created a video that talks you through exactly how to do just that.

This is something you can do either in advance of your presentation or – even better – during it. Click on the image below to play the video and learn how:

How To Use The Draw Function In PowerPoint

Tell me how you get on using the PowerPoint draw function in the comments.

 

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