5 Common Pitch Deck Design MistakesFeatured

DianePrince's profile thumbnail
This is great! I'd love to share it with my clients. My favorite takeaway: No clear call to action slide. -- 100%! and I see this SO often! I love this quote -- “Great stories happen to those who can tell them.” - Ira Glass
pansycheung's profile thumbnail
I love that quote too! I've posted it on my instagram before here ;) https://www.instagram.com/thevisualnarrativecompany/
DianePrince's profile thumbnail
Great! I just followed you :-)
SuzanneRosman's profile thumbnail
Loved the list! Thanks @pansycheung
pansycheung's profile thumbnail
Hope it was helpful! Did you have a favourite tip?
nipukabadi's profile thumbnail
great tips.
pansycheung's profile thumbnail
Glad you liked them! Any that stood out to you?
nipukabadi's profile thumbnail
All your are common sense and that we have to keep reminding of them. As you describe in your last tip, each slide is a piece of paper and if mixed in with other pitch decks anyone should be able to put them back together. That is powerful. Thanks much.
isabellspringer's profile thumbnail
Yup. It's all here! Great job laying this out. We are so excited to create our deck. Do you have any links to decks that got it right? Love examples. x
pansycheung's profile thumbnail
Hey Isabell! I have an example of an Airbnb deck that I have redesigned that illustrate these points IRL. The first thing that you'll probably find when you google "best pitch decks" will likely be a version the original Airbnb deck and/or a bunch of other big brand ones. But I think that design can always help and improve!If you're interested, I'd love to show you over a coffee chat :)Feel free to send me an email at pansy@thevisualnarrative.co or send me a DM!
ctastan's profile thumbnail
Hi Pansy! Thank you for this, I'm sure a lot of startups can benefit from it.