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How One Hand Touch can help you give presentations

posted May 31, 2017, 3:57 PM by Blog Poster   [ updated Jun 5, 2017, 2:23 PM by David Khorram ]

How One Hand Touch can help you give presentations

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Whether or not presentations are your bane or your time to shine, one thing is certain, the last thing you want while giving one is to struggle with un-intuitive UI design. When giving a presentation you're at your best when you can focus on your topic and rely on your intuition to keep the presentation smooth and flowing. Nothing breaks this flow more than not knowing how to do basic things such as advancing to the next slide. Sure, click the right arrow, easy enough. But when you're not paying attention or are nervous simple things like this can become hard to remember, especially when using new software. Luckily TouchPad is here for you.

 

The TouchPad is essentially a case that goes on your smartphone that allows for an additional method of input, by touching the back of your case. No need to think anymore about it, now going to the next slide is as easy as just tapping the back of your phone. Of course, this is just one example of what the TouchPad could be used for. In total, the TouchPad can transform your smartphone into an advanced presentation tool. Draw on your presentation, bring up graphs, and operate your smartphone more smoothly than ever. Whatever your needs during a presentation, TouchPad can help interface the gap between what you want your smartphone/presentation to do and what if actually does.

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