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Here are some creative uses of question marks you can use in your business presentations. Get inspired to create your own variations.

Getting more out of Question Marks in PowerPoint:

With a bit of imagination and creativity you can make your business slides truly interesting by using simplest of design elements. In this article, we will show you ways to use a simple question mark to visualize some interesting business concepts in PowerPoint.

1. Question mark as a design element:

Here is an interesting way to present ‘Frequently asked questions and answers’.  Take a look at the following diagram template:

Question Mark Used for Q and A Session. Template from CEO Pack 2.

Here we used question marks as hooks on a 3D style pipe. The text box attached to the hook serves to answer the question.

2. Question marks to create your agenda slide:

When you want to structure your presentation as a series of questions and answers, the following diagram template can serve as your agenda slide.

Question Marks used for creating Agenda slide.

Source: Agenda slides from CEO pack 2

The six Question marks constitute six section headers of the presentation. The question marks are color coded to carry the theme forward.

Related: Effective use of color in presentations

3. Concept templates using Question Shape:

Take a look at the following template:

Concept templates using Question Shape.

Source: Success PowerPoint templates from CEO Pack 2

Here each of the question marks represents ‘criticism’ or ‘doubt’. We used different fonts for question marks to represent different types of criticisms.  The silhouette of an achiever indicates ‘winning against all odds’.

Here is a variation of the above concept:

 The above diagram template shows the concept of overcoming odds along each step of the way to become No.1.

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4. Using Question graphic for your slide:

You can use the symbol of question mark as a graphic to indicate the start of ‘Question and Answer session’ in your business presentation. Here is a template that helps you achieve the result:

Question and Answer session Slide Idea

Source: Question Slides from CEO Pack 1

Creativity is the key ingredient:

As they say, “Creativity is about seeing ordinary things in uncommon ways”. When you are creative, even the most mundane things can transform into stunning design elements.  That is why at Presentation Process – we believe that the most important ingredient in creating visual slides that grab and hold audience attention is not your PowerPoint skill but your creativity.

It is not always easy to be creative when you are pressured by demanding deadlines. Since most business presentations are created under unreasonably short deadlines – presenters end up creating slides that are easily forgettable.

For Creative Ideas: 

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