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Haiku Deck with Notes: It’s Business Time!

To encourage you to try the powerful Notes feature, last week we announced that anyone who submits a Haiku Deck with Notes this month is eligible to win a free Bento Box (the full set of premium Haiku Deck themes). We’re excited about the response for two reasons. First, we’ve gotten some outstanding decks! (Keep ‘em coming!) Second, the decks with Notes we’re seeing are awesome examples of how Haiku Deck can be used in the workplace–for training, for marketing, for communicating unique philosophies and competitive advantages. In other words, it’s business time, people! Here are a few of our favorites, for your inspiration.

1. Haiku Deck is not just for live talks; you can also use it to create standout materials for webinars and online training sessions. Michele Mizejewski created this Haiku Deck as an intro/overview for an online course she teaches for the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL):

Intro/overview of online course on mobile apps, by Michele Mizejewski

(Click to view the full Haiku Deck with notes)

2. Struggling with how to articulate your company’s distinctive framework or formula? Take a look at how Tabby Rose used Haiku Deck to express her indie game studio’s “Game Triforce” system:

(Click to view the full Haiku Deck with notes)

(Click to view the full Haiku Deck with notes)

3. We know all too well that long emails or document attachments may or may not actually get read, so how about an image-rich Haiku Deck marketing plan? Judy Orr of Classic Realty Group in Chicago communicates why sellers should list with her firm in this Haiku Deck, which mixes her own photos with images from our dynamic image search:

Marketing plan by Judy Orr, created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app for iPad

(Click to view the full Haiku Deck with notes)

4. Haiku Deck works beautifully for illustrating your organization’s values and philosophy, whether you’re a global corporation or a soulful startup. Hal Hensler of the Laurel School in San Francisco used Haiku Deck to create a memorable marketing piece that also tells the story of the school’s unique approach to learning:

Laurel School, Haiku Deck by Hal Hensler (created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app for iPad)

(Click to view the full Haiku Deck with notes)

5. Finally, in case you missed it in our roundup of the Best Decks of 2012, this Haiku Deck by Vancouver startup Tapstream is a model for the modern way to pitch your business. The team has created a dynamic, flexible content asset that can be delivered straight from an iPad or emailed, tweeted, posted, or shared. They’ve used the Notes feature brilliantly to add detail and texture to key features, stats, and product screenshots. This hard-hitting Haiku Deck is definitely worth a look:

Tapstream Haiku Deck pitch, created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app for iPad

(Click to view the full Haiku Deck with notes)

Want to see more examples of how businesses are using Haiku Deck to transform their communication? Check out our Business Case Studies Pinterest board.

And remember, you still have until the end of January to send us your Haiku Deck with Notes for a chance to win a Bento Box theme pack. The more submissions we get, the more we’ll give away! You can email a link to your deck to gallery@haikudeck.com or tweet a link with the hashtag #hdgallery.

Bonus tip: If you’ve already published a Haiku Deck that would really get down to business with Notes, no problem! You can add Notes any time from Web Edit View.

 

[Quelle/Source (Link): The Haiku Deck Blog]