This week, I had the biggest breakout in slide design for a scientific talk. I included sketches for abstract diagrams, instead of drawing them using vector graphics. I love the result, and so did my client and the audience. It made the slides for personal, it freed me the slideware technology, and opened a whole new world of possibilities.
Now I didn't sketch all of the diagrams. I downloaded some vector graphics, and use line style that emulates a brush or a fountain pen:
|Icons from the noun project. Creative commons.|
- The calendar icons are gone.
- The icons are only outlined.
- Horizontal lines are gone.
- The font style changed from bold to regular.