One of the advantages of producing a LOT of online webinars, AGMs, conferences and the like, is that I get to work with dozens of presenters, and it's surprising how few think of their cursors, and the curses they generate amongst audience members.
The abuse comes in...
It was bad enough putting up with screen after screen of terrible Powerpoint slides at a distance.
Now with Zoom, they're in your face. With little bitty tiny cursors.
Wha'ts the one thing you notice almost instantly if you're listening to the radio or a podcast or online music?
It's literally a show stopper for any event that relies on people talking. You know, like speeches and presentations and annual meetings.
There's a long-running debate about the source of the answer to the question: "How do you get to Carnegie Hall?"
There's even a debate about the actual answer: "Practice." or "Practice, practice, practice."?
Regardless of the origin or the actual wording, the sentiment is completely correct.
Still plugging away developing GreenMeeting.ca five years after setting up the domain name and getting the basic visual branding done.
We've been live streaming as justFRED since before 2000, but felt it needed its own identity.
Now that Catherine is about to retire and her website is set up (http://catherineharrop.ca), it's time to revamp.