If you’re one of those guys who use PowerPoint’s Smart Art options to create a funnel infographic, then you need to get some glasses ’cause those things are ugly as hell. Why not up your PowerPoint game a little bit and make a funnel infographic doesn’t look like crap? I mean, just look at this.
It’s time for you to really focus on the different design components that can take the concept of a funnel and turn it into something great. As always, I’m here to help; I’m going to teach you how to make a funnel infographic in PowerPoint (oh, and it doesn’t suck).
I usually make my tutorials so easy that a four-year-old can do them, but this tutorial is a little bit intimidating. There’s just a lot of customized shapes that have to be made in order to make this slide fit its purpose.
It’s not too much to worry about though — if you follow the steps in the video to the letter, you should be able to get a good grasp of things. Watch everything in action below.
A PowerPoint slide like this is usually used when you want to describe something that leads to something else based on a series of actions and/or processes.
The video will teach you how to:
If you don’t know how to bring fully editable icons into your PowerPoint slides, then check out this tutorial that will teach you how to do just that!