Logos on every slide? Take the online poll...
Frequently, corporate clients ask me to develop PowerPoint templates with the corporate logo incorporated into the bottom right
, so that the logo appears in every darn slide
I try to talk clients out of this bizarre design defect. What do they think, that without a logo on every slide, that their audience will forget who they are? Maybe the sales staff needs to learn how to hand out business cards & brochures, or wear a company polo shirt or something.
In my opinion, a logo often interferes or conflicts with the content of the slide. But maybe the logo-on-every-slide-syndrome
is my own pet peeve: I don't like the little network logos on the bottom right corner of my TV screen, either. Who does?
So I wonder: just how prevalent IS this little design annoyance in the corporate arena? Click here
to take the online poll -- you'll see instant results.