Presentation Design Consultant

We've all sat through a boring presentation, barely able to keep our eyes open. Poorly designed presentations, those that attendees fall asleep through, are a common complaint among executives and office workers alike. Presentation Design Consultants work with their clients to design

informative, eye-catching presentations that attendees enjoy. As a Presentation Design Consultant, you'll be able to put your creativity and design skills to use to create killer presentations for your consultants.


As many students and conference attendees can attest, educational PowerPoint presentations are all too often overly wordy, boring, laden with grammatical mistakes, or just poorly designed. Presentation Design Consultant VBOs work with clients to design well-prepared and appealing presentations. These presentations often highlight a specific product or service, but may also be used in other settings like classrooms, conferences, trade shows, and other events.

To be a successful Presentation Design VBO, you must have an eye for design and excellent reading comprehension, language, and proofreading skills. You will also need access to presentation design programs such as PowerPoint, Keynote, Prezi or Google Slides, plus file-sharing programs.

Here are just a few reasons you should consider becoming a Presentation Design Consultant VBO:

  • You have a number of ways to exercise your creativity.
  • While many companies may have the information, they aren't great at the design aspect of presentations.
  • There are always companies trying to increase their presentation conversions and engagements.

Here is an example of a VBO Niche for a Presentation Design Consultant
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Primary Niche

Presentation Design

SUB Niche

Presentation Design For Large Companies

VBO Niche

Presentation Design For Fortune 500 Companies

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  • Communicate with clients to determine their needs.
  • Possess excellent customer service, reading comprehension, language, and design skills.
  • Possess a working knowledge of programs such as Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite.
  • May need knowledge of Flash and other web programs.
  • Have a good eye for design.
  • Uphold client brand and style guidelines.
  • Offer consultation services to executives in developing and updating presentations.


Our research shows the hourly rate charged by Presentation Design Consultant VBOs ranges from $40.00 to $100.00. However, the majority seemed to land in the $45.00 to $75.00 per hour range. Factors affecting this variance include geographic location, experience, and level of expertise.


Slide Bean Blog

Slidebean's blog offers tips and insights on creating great presentations that people actually enjoy. They even offer tips for digital marketing, to include social media.

BrightCarbon Blog

BrightCarbon's blog provides information on clear communication in presentations, using images and animation, and getting your points across in a memorable and enjoyable way.

SlideMagic Blog

SlideMagic's blog is written by Jan Schultink, a former McKinsey strategist turned presentation designer. This blog is one of the world's most-read in the presentation design industry.



Udemy is a great site for VBOs to sharpen their skills. Their classes typically range from $10.00 - $200.00. However, they are known to have frequent sales with virtually all lessons available for as low as $10.00.


Skillshare is an online learning community with classes in that are often helpful for VBOs focused on design, business, tech, and more.


Lynda has been around a long time and might just be one of the granddaddies of online training. Pretty much all courses are well-vetted and professionally done. While their courses may be a little more expensive, they are top quality. Since they were recently acquired by LinkedIn, some premium accounts get access to Lynda at no additional charge, which is a great deal.







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