FREELANCE POWERPOINT DESIGNER

INVESTOR PITCH DECKS |SALES PRESENTATIONS

Expert presentation designer with
over 20 years experience in visual communication.

Testimonials

She took my words and was able to design a visually pleasing and easy to digest version of my documents. Hit every deadline and her work was superior to some of the other talent I have hired.

Andrew Baum

Butterfly Pam has helped our non-profit design multiple marketing projects and her turnaround time is impeccable.  We appreciate her services and all that she does for our Art Community.

Jackie Jennings

Pam takes the time to work personally with her clients.  She is mindful in her process and delivers a professional product.

Becky Loar

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THE PROCESS

STEP 1: COLLABORATE

Let’s chat briefly to discuss your goals and vision for project.  We will map out your timeline and gather necessary information such as content and brand identity.

STEP 2: IMPRESS

Based on our discussion, I’ll send you a creative direction with a few slides to clarify that I am on the right path with your vision.  

STEP 3: COMPLETE

With your feedback and direction, I will complete the deck within your timeline and tweak as necessary – usually 1 or 2 revision cycles.  My goal is to exceed your expectations!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How long will it take?

A typical project takes 5-7 days to complete. Faster timelines may be possible. Feel free to reach out to discuss current project estimates.

What if I am in a RUSH?

Other clients’ schedules may shift leaving availability for rush projects. Please feel free to reach out if you need a project expedited to see if I have availability. An additional charge of $200 applies to rush projects.

In what format should I send you my content?

You are welcome to send your content already on slides or in outline format. If you have a specific vision for a particular slide, feel free to include an inspirational graphic or description of your vision to maximize efficiency and reduce turnaround time.

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3 MYTHS AND A TRUTH

3 MYTHS AND A TRUTH

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DEATH BY POWERPOINT

DEATH BY POWERPOINT

Though we may not know anyone personally who died from a terrible PowerPoint, I'm sure it has happened.  As David JP Phillips stated in his Ted Talk, Death by Powerpoint, the deadly presentation isn't exactly killing someONE, but someTHING: the ability for your...

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GAAAAAH!

GAAAAAH!

The words “I’m bored” have become censored in my home, mostly because my kids know that if they utter those words around me they will most certainly get a manual labor task.  LOL But listen, we’ve all been there.  The boss calls you to a meeting and you are forced to...

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