According to post-it maker 3M, this is 60,000 times faster than processing text. Images Fax Lists with an emotional response More and more often I see people using images in their presentations. But often these images are very cliché. For teamwork, for example: an American stock photo where everyone is sitting at the table in Fax Lists suits with a Prodent smile. And for 'innovation' the well-known light bulb. The well-known light bulb I think it's about emotion here. When you show an image, you want it to reinforce your message, clarify it and make it better remembered by the audience. Several studies show that if you use an image that evokes an emotional response, it is Fax Lists remembered many times better by the audience than a standard image.
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