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Forget Color Theory (Guest Post)

You don’t need a graphic design education. You don’t need to “be designy” or “be artsy”, you don’t need to read 15 books on color theory. You can do it yourself, in minutes. But first we need to talk about why well designed presentations are important.

Read more in this post by Devesh Khanal.

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