As the year draws to a close, we want to acknowledge and showcase the many amazing, inspiring decks that have been created by our community in 2013. We’ve selected ten categories, and each day beginning December 16th, we’ll reveal the five finalists in two of those categories.
Best How-To Haiku Deck
Whether you’re sharing helpful tips or illustrating a step-by-step process, Haiku Deck is awesome for showing how to. These are five of our favorite examples from 2013.
Project manager Barry Hodge explains SMART goals clearly and concisely in this neat deck. He uses lists effectively (with short, digestible items) and gets right to the point, with just the right amount of detail to support each idea.
Click for a quick visual primer on scoping a project successfully, and share it with the hashtag #hdbestof2013 to cast your vote for best how-to Haiku Deck of 2013!
Excellent Project Scope In 5 Easy Steps – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires
Galen Ward of Estately tackles this hot topic with humor and a wealth of high-value tips for would-be sellers. The elegant Zissou theme pairs beautifully with Galen’s high-impact lists, such as Do the Cheap Stuff and Five Days to Sold.
Click to learn how not to leave money on the table, and share it with the hashtag #hdbestof2013 to cast your vote for Estately’s helpful how-to.
Selling A Home In A Hot Market – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires
We live and breathe this every day (be sure check out our amazing support forum if you haven’t already), but we think this how-to Haiku Deck is impressive for both its scope and its thought-provoking tips. From “Commit Random Acts of Wow” to “Eat Your Own Dog Food,” Greg touches on dozens of ways to improve your customer experience.
Click to discover a wealth of ways to inspire the thank you effect, and share it with the hashtag #hdbestof2013 to spread the love for best Haiku Deck how-to!
The Thank You Effect – 50 Small Ways To Improve Customer Service – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires
This step-by-step deck lit up Pinterest this year, with almost 900 repins! Victoria spells out you everything you need to succeed, from materials to mindset. Her detailed, annotated photographs show you how to get the head shape right and add details.
Click to learn how to draw a cartoon face, and share it with the hashtag #hdbestof2013 to cast your vote for best how-to Haiku Deck of 2013!
How To Draw A Face – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires
In this epic deck, Niiraj outlines 7 habits of super productive people and explains how to get maximum stuff done (we do our best to live and breathe this, too). Learn the importance of working with your ultradian rhythm, oxygenating your system, and staying hydrated — and that’s just habit 1!
Click to unlock the secrets of super productivity, and share it with the hashtag #hdbestof2013 (quickly, during one of those 15-minute breaks) to cast your vote for the year’s best How-To Haiku Deck!
Super Productivity – The Art & Science of Getting Things Done – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires
Cast Your Vote!
Don’t forget to help select the winner and bring more visibility to these helpful How-To Haiku Decks by adding a comment below, sharing your favorite with the #hdbestof2013 hashtag, or dropping us a line at email@example.com. We’ll select one winner from each category to receive a special Haiku Deck prize (and, of course, creative bragging rights)!
Tips for Creating Your Own How-To Haiku Deck
Why not create your own how-to? Here are a few resources that might be helpful.
- How-To Haiku Decks Pinterest board (More examples to inspire you)
- Import Images to Haiku Deck Like a Pro (How to import images to your Haiku Deck)
- Multiple Image Import (Streamline the process of importing images if you’re on your iPad)