I have always shied away from engaging in visual design partly because I thought I cannot do it and partly I am lazy
But a common feedback I get went I send over my portfolio or presentations to hiring managers is, the design could be better. We all judge a book by its cover. I had a total Anne Hathway moment from The Devil Wears Prada - if you want to work in fashion, you better dress for the job.
I took a really wonderful class in Skillshare and picked up the basics. I have reworked a presentation I did earlier and would like some feedback. What is good, what can be improved and what I must absolutely stop right away.
Old version - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1sE4K2CFAUXzqare8EEypWqOsvaEDVvm2
Updated version - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Rk4a-IKnbzQvtP3zT_DlAnf1tf6vottz