Training Materials Made Simple: A Guide With Templates

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Are you tired of boring and uninspiring training materials that leave your employees feeling disengaged and uninterested? It’s time to elevate your game and create training content that’s not only from this century but is also exciting, engaging, and truly effective. Designing an effective training program is a continuous process that demands effort, time, and dedication. Luckily, emaze is here to help!  Continue reading Training Materials Made Simple: A Guide With Templates

6 Killer Presentation Tips for Students [2020 UPDATED]

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The time has come, you’ve got to stand up in front of your peers and your teachers, and present to them. You’ve been keeping up with the class all semester, and you feel as though you really know what you are talking about, you just need to create the presentation that demonstrates that knowledge to everyone else.

Don’t get nervous, don’t stand up there imagining your audience in their underwear in order to make them less scary. Do get prepared, and do create a presentation that rocks and fully deserves that A grade you are aiming for.

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Emaze Updates & New Features in 2018

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2018 is off to a great start and we have a lot to celebrate! Thanks to our inspiring Emaze community and truly creative users, the Emaze team has been busy upgrading and enhancing our product like never before. We have added tons of new features and improved existing ones that will make Emaze even better!

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Presentation Design Matters

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Everyone knows that first impressions matters. It applies to everything in life as what we see usually registers first whenever we experience something. We meet a new person and the first thing we’ll notice is what they look like – in most cases, sight is the first sense that provides our brain with information about something or someone we encounter. Continue reading Presentation Design Matters