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 I have recently completed the Udemy course "Affinity Designer, Solid Foundations" by Simon Foster. Thoroughly enjoyed it (17.5 hours of video!). In one section, Simon used the scenario of proposing a presentation to a client using artboards, symbols,
Simon has 30 years experience as a professional designer, and it shows.
The course starts with basics, but leads on to more advanced workflows
The section on Presentations works well so far as it goes. But if you map the ideas on to PowerPoint, then it misses a few tricks which are nothing to do with Affinity Designer. So could it be developed? And if so, would it then be a useful tool for creating PowerPoint presentations?
The presentation below sets out this opportunity, which I am pleased to say I have discussed with Simon, though the words used are entirely mine.
Sample artboards can be downloaded - see notes below video.
It is more of an exploration than a tutorial.
(There are notes with timings for the topics covered after the You Tube posting. Some relate to Affinity features that gave a few problems)
 
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