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10 Tips For Giving Effective Virtual Presentations

What to know before you go live.

September 26, 2016

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Presenting online? Try these suggestions to improve your results. | Illustration by Tricia Seibold

As audiences go global and you need to reach more people through technology (including webinars, conference calls and teleconference), you must consider the challenges to connecting with a virtual audience. Here I pinpoint 10 valuable best practices to ensure you communicate successfully.

1. Be Brief

Audiences begin to lose attention after roughly 10 minutes of hearing from the same presenter. If you have more than 10 minutes of content, use interactive activities to keep your audience engaged (for example, take a poll, give quizzes, or ask audience members for their opinions via chat).

2. Be Simple

Keep slides simple — avoid too many words, graphics and animation features. Less is definitely more!

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Light yourself well | Illustration by Tricia Seibold

3. Be a TV Personality

Look straight into your camera, not the screen. Wear clothing that is neutral in color (no plaids or stripes). Light yourself well and from above. Be mindful of what appears behind you in the background. Invest in a good microphone.

4. Be Standing

Even though your audience cannot see you, stand when you present. This allows you to stay focused and use good presentation delivery skills such as belly breathing, vocal variety, and pausing.

5. Be Prepared

Practice delivering your presentation with your technology in advance of your talk. Make sure all of the features of the technology work. Record your practice using the recording feature of your tool. Watch and listen to learn what works and what you can improve.

6. Be Assisted

Have someone available to deal with technical issues and to field email/text questions. Also, if you have multiple remote audience members in one location, be sure to pick one of them to be your “eyes and ears.” Ask them to queue up questions and facilitate discussion on your behalf.

7. Be Specific

Ask pointed questions to avoid too many people answering at once. For example, rather than ask, “Are there any questions?” try “Who has a question about the solution I provided?” Set a ground rule that people state their names prior to speaking.

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Imagine your audience | Illustration by Tricia Seibold

8. Be Synchronized

Transitions are critical. You must connect what you just said to what is coming next when you move from point to point. Transitions between topics and slides are good opportunities to get people reengaged to your talk.

9. Be Connected

Imagine your audience even though you can’t see them. You can place pictures of audience members behind your camera so you can look at people as you present.

10. Be Early

Encourage your audience to access your call or webinar in advance of the start time so you can iron out any technical issues in advance and get them familiar with the technology.

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The Next Generation of Office Communication Tech

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You thought Zoom and Slack were high-tech? Buckle up.

Covid-19 will change the office environment. But it’s not a choice between co-location and virtual. New technologies allow a mixed-reality environment. For instance, mixed-reality programs such as Sneek and Pukkateam show remotely working colleagues in tiles with periodically updated snapshots, so employees can know who is at their desk, on a call, or drinking a coffee and perhaps up for a chat. With a mouse click, teammates can instantly turn a snapshot into a live video call. Online platforms will allow companies to perform much larger focus groups with remote employees to check in on how they are managing. And virtual collaboration tools such as online sticky notes, shared digital whiteboards and live co-editing of wikis, slides and documents will continue to bring people together. Like the grainy Skype calls of 2010 that pre-dated today’s Zoom boom, mixed reality technologies becoming popular today will likely be far surpassed in the near future. Ten years from now, we will look at the current crop of virtual office, focus group and collaboration tools with the same disdain we now have for crackly phone calls.

Most knowledge workers in 2020 are familiar with mixed reality tools like Zoom, Teams, and Slack that enable them to meet in virtual locations. By merging real and virtual worlds to produce new environments, employees who relied on in-person office interactions as recently as nine months ago now meet on virtual tropical islands, virtually “stand” in front of presentations beamed around the world, or maintain banter and team spirit with timely GIFs and emojis mixed into their workday messages.

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If you’re amongst the science and technology teachers, students, or businesses in the field; we have something for you. We deep-dived to find the best free technology PowerPoint templates for your presentation, so today’s collection has 28 amazing designs to choose from.

The following selection has templates related to science, technology, cybersecurity, search engines, bitcoin, networking, programming, and engineering, so there’s something for everyone.

1. Computer Hardware Free Technology PowerPoint Template

Computer Hardware PowerPoint Template

This template sports a cool design with a bright light of a microchip processor and a blue background. Ideal for explaining concepts such as semiconductors, databases, and central computer processors.

  • Theme : Technology, Hardware
  • Slides : 48
  • Customization : Fully editable + 136 editable icons
  • Graphics : Vector
  • Aspect Ratio : 16:9
  • License : Free for Personal and Commercial Use │ Do Not Redistribute Any Components of the Template

2. Space Science Free Technology Powerpoint Templates

Space Science Free Technology Powerpoint Templates

This free template has 3D spaceship graphics and blue background color. It’s great for presentations on astronomy.

  • Theme : Technology, Cosmos
  • Slides : 25
  • Customization : Fully editable
  • Resolution : 1920×1080

3. 5G Technology Speed Free Powerpoint Templates

5G Technology Speed Free Powerpoint Templates

Design with twinkling rays of geometric shapes is perfect for presentations on technology topics such as internet networking, intranet, and communication technology.

  • Theme : Technology, Networking, 5G
  • Customization : Editable

4. Start-Up Tech Corporation Free Powerpoint Template

Start-Up Tech Corporation Free Powerpoint Template

This free tech corporation template is great for presentations on tech business startups.

  • Theme : Technology, Tech Business, Start-Up Companies

5. App Startup Free Powerpoint Technology Template

App Startup Free Powerpoint Technology Template

This design is great for presentations on communication, mobile technology, and other digital devices used for the PPT presentations.

  • Theme : Technology, Apps, Software

6. Cloud Technology Free Powerpoint Template

Cloud Technology Free Powerpoint Template

A technology template with a clean and modern design for your presentations about cloud computing and other computing services.

  • Theme : Cloud Technlogy

7. Artificial Intelligence High Technology Free PowerPoint Template

Artificial Intelligence High Technology Free PPT Template

This template represents artificial intelligence as an illustration . It also includes related shapes to allow for a variety of expressions.

  • Theme : Technology, Artificial Intelligence

8. Search Engine Optimization PowerPoint Template

Search Engine Optimization PPT Template

The template is SEO-themed but you can adapt it to any presentation related to marketing and search engines.

  • Theme : Technology, Marketing, SEO

9. Binary Code Free PowerPoint Template

Binary Code Free PowerPoint Template

The cool binary code design makes this template perfect for any presentation on computer science.

  • Theme : Computer Science, Programming

10. Network Free Technology PowerPoint Template

Network Free Technology Presentation Template

Sporting design with crags and electric rays in many angles are representing networking around the globe, the template is suitable for presentations on communication, networking, technology, and crag wheels.

  • Theme : Technology, Networking

11. Hexagonal Design Free PowerPoint Template

Hexagonal Design Free PowerPoint Presentation

Here we have a free template with hexagons and icons pattern for techy content. Its dark background and bright blue color palette give a professional look.

  • Theme : Technology

12. Technology Pixels Free PowerPoint Template

Technology Pixels Free PowerPoint Presentation

A technology-themed template for presentations on consulting, IT, software, and other related subjects. The pixel pattern is grouped by tones which you can change from the master slides.

13. Connections and Networking Free PowerPoint Template

Free Connections and Networking PowerPoint Presentation

This free Powerpoint template is perfect for a presentation about the internet, blockchain, machine learning, cybersecurity, or cloud computing.

14. Isometric Free Technology PowerPoint Template

Free Isometric Technology PowerPoint Template

Here we have an amazing isometric design and high-tech background with gradients. Ideal for subjects like cloud computing, SaaS development, servers, and networks, or cybersecurity.

  • Theme : Networking, Programming

15. Free PowerPoint Template with Techy Contour Lines

Free PPT Template with Techy Contour Lines

This design has an abstract contour lines background in a dark green color. Ideal for subjects like geography, technology, video games, or even military affairs.

  • Theme : Technology, Gaming

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16. Marketing and Technology Free PowerPoint Template

Free Marketing and Technology PowerPoint Template

The isometric design has illustrations on business, marketing, and technology topics that will make every slide stand out.

  • Theme : Technology, Marketing

17. Purple Hexagons Free PowerPoint Template

Free Purple Hexagons PowerPoint Template

For presentations related to scientific or technological topics, with professional hexagonal design.

  • Theme : Technology, Science

18. Rockets Taking Off  Free PowerPoint Template

Free Rockets Taking Off  PowerPoint Template

Rockets taking off is a great metaphor for growing businesses. It’s also a symbol of progress and technology.

  • Slides : 35

19. IOT Smart City Free PowerPoint Template

Free IOT Smart City PowerPoint Template

Smart City offers a futuristic design for subjects such as internet communication, smart city concepts, and tech innovation.

  • Theme : Technology, Smart City

20. Cyber Security Free PowerPoint Template

Free Cyber Security PowerPoint Template

The perfect template for presentations on cybersecurity, antivirus software, and other related topics.

  • Theme : Technology, Cyber Security

21. BlockChain Free PowerPoint Templates

Free BlockChain PowerPoint Templates

This template is a 3D rendering design of blockchain technology and you can use it for a variety of purposes.

Presentation Design Tips You Wish You Knew Earlier:

The shorter you keep the text, the better. In fact, some specialists suggest that you shouldn’t use more than 5-6 words per slide . And sometimes, a single word combined with a powerful visual is enough to nail the attention of the people sitting in front of you and make them listen to what you have to say.

22. BitCoin Themed Free PowerPoint Template

Free BitCoin Themed PowerPoint Template

A very versatile template that includes 20 semi-transparent illustrations of different concepts: security, social networks, programming, bitcoin.

  • Theme : Technology, Bitcoin

23. Technical Blueprint Free Technology PowerPoint Template

Free Technical Blueprint Technology PowerPoint Template

This template uses a blueprint style and a monospaced font to emulate the technical drawings used in construction and industry.

  • Theme : Technology, Engineering

24. Blue Connections Free PowerPoint Template

Free Blue Connections PowerPoint Template

The design of this free template fits social media, connection, internet, cloud computing, and science-related topics.

  • Theme : Technology, Social Media

25. Cute Robots Free PowerPoint Template

Free Cute Robots PowerPoint Template

Here we have a colorful design with beautifully illustrated robots for presentation on technology, science, and physics.

  • Theme : Technology, Physics

26. Green Circuit Free PowerPoint Template

Free Green Circuit PowerPoint Template

This is a free template with futuristic vibes that you can use for your tech presentations both in PowerPoint and Google Slides.

27. Data Particles Free Technology PowerPoint Template

Free Data Particles Technology PowerPoint Template

The design with particle lines gives it a modern and slightly technological look.

28. Science Hexagons Free Technology PowerPoint Template

Free Science Hexagons Technology PowerPoint Template

The background gradients highlight the white text, and the hexagons give it a techie style.

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That’s it. Today’s collection covered the best free technology PowerPoint templates that you can download and adapt to your presentations related to science, technology, programming, engineering, and physics. Now all you need to do is open your PowerPoint and make the most amazing presentation your viewers have ever seen.

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The Digital Revolution: How Technology is Changing the Way We Communicate and Interact

This article examines the impact of technology on human interaction and explores the ever-evolving landscape of communication. With the rapid advancement of technology, the methods and modes of communication have undergone a significant transformation. This article investigates both the positive and negative implications of this digitalization. Technological innovations, such as smartphones, social media, and instant messaging apps, have provided unprecedented accessibility and convenience, allowing people to connect effortlessly across distances. However, concerns have arisen regarding the quality and authenticity of these interactions. The article explores the benefits of technology, including improved connectivity, enhanced information sharing, and expanded opportunities for collaboration. It also discusses potential negative effects including a decline in in-person interactions, a loss of empathy, and an increase in online anxiety. This article tries to expand our comprehension of the changing nature of communication in the digital age by exposing the many ways that technology has an impact on interpersonal interactions. It emphasizes the necessity of intentional and thoughtful communication techniques to preserve meaningful connections in a society that is becoming more and more reliant on technology.


Technology has significantly transformed our modes of communication and interaction, revolutionizing the way we connect with one another over the past few decades. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has acted as a catalyst, expediting this transformative process, and necessitating our exclusive reliance on digital tools for socializing, working, and learning. Platforms like social media and video conferencing have emerged in recent years, expanding our options for virtual communication. The impact of these changes on our lives cannot be ignored. In this article, we will delve into the ways in which technology has altered our communication and interaction patterns and explore the consequences of these changes for our relationships, mental well-being, and society.

To gain a deeper understanding of this topic, I have conducted interviews and surveys, allowing us to gather firsthand insights from individuals of various backgrounds. Additionally, we will compare this firsthand information with the perspectives shared by experts in the field. By drawing on both personal experiences and expert opinions, we seek to provide a comprehensive analysis of how technology influences our interpersonal connections. Through this research, we hope to get a deeper comprehension of the complex interactions between technology and people, enabling us to move mindfully and purposefully through the rapidly changing digital environment.

The Evolution of Communication: From Face-to-Face to Digital Connections:

In the realm of communication, we have various mediums at our disposal, such as face-to-face interactions, telephone conversations, and internet-based communication. According to Nancy Baym, an expert in the field of technology and human connections, face-to-face communication is often regarded as the most personal and intimate, while the phone provides a more personal touch than the internet. She explains this in her book Personal Connections in the Digital Age by stating, “Face-to-face is much more personal; phone is personal as well, but not as intimate as face-to-face… Internet would definitely be the least personal, followed by the phone (which at least has the vocal satisfaction) and the most personal would be face-to-face” (Baym 2015).  These distinctions suggest that different communication mediums are perceived to have varying levels of effectiveness in conveying emotion and building relationships. This distinction raises thought-provoking questions about the impact of technology on our ability to forge meaningful connections. While the internet offers unparalleled convenience and connectivity, it is essential to recognize its limitations in reproducing the depth of personal interaction found in face-to-face encounters. These limitations may be attributed to the absence of nonverbal cues, such as facial expressions, body language, and tone of voice, which are vital elements in understanding and interpreting emotions accurately.

Traditionally, face-to-face interactions held a prominent role as the primary means of communication, facilitating personal and intimate connections. However, the rise of technology has brought about significant changes, making communication more convenient but potentially less personal. The rise of phones, instant messaging, and social media platforms has revolutionized how we connect with others. While these digital tools offer instant connectivity and enable us to bridge geographical distances, they introduce a layer of blockage that may impact the depth and quality of our interactions. It is worth noting that different communication mediums have their strengths and limitations. Phone conversations, for instance, retain a certain level of personal connection through vocal interactions, allowing for the conveyance of emotions and tones that text-based communication may lack. However, even with this advantage, phone conversations still fall short of the depth and richness found in face-to-face interactions, as they lack visual cues and physical presence.

Internet-based communication, on the other hand, is considered the least personal medium. Online interactions often rely on text-based exchanges, which may not fully capture the nuances of expression, tone, and body language. While the internet offers the ability to connect with a vast network of individuals and share information on a global scale, it may not facilitate the same depth and authenticity that in-person or phone conversations can provide. As a result, establishing meaningful connections and building genuine relationships in an online setting can be challenging. Research and observations support these ideas. Figure 1. titled “Social Interaction after Electronic Media Use,” shows the potential impact of electronic media on social interaction (source: ResearchGate). This research highlights the need to carefully consider the effects of technology on our interpersonal connections. While technology offers convenience and connectivity, it is essential to strike a balance, ensuring that we do not sacrifice the benefits of face-to-face interactions for the sake of digital convenience.

Social interaction vs. electronic media use: Hours per day of face-to-face social interaction declines as use of electronic media [6]. 

Figure 1:  Increased reliance on electronic media has led to a noticeable decrease in social interaction.

The Limitations and Effects of Digital Communication

In today’s digital age, the limitations and effects of digital communication are becoming increasingly evident. While the phone and internet offer undeniable benefits such as convenience and the ability to connect with people regardless of geographical distance, they fall short in capturing the depth and richness of a face-to-face conversation. The ability to be in the same physical space as the person we’re communicating with, observing their facial expressions, body language, and truly feeling their presence, is something unique and irreplaceable.

Ulrike Schultze, in her thought-provoking TED Talk titled “How Social Media Shapes Identity,” delves further into the impact of digital communication on our lives by stating, “we construct the technology, but the technology also constructs us. We become what technology allows us to become” (Schultze 2015). This concept highlights how our reliance on digital media for interaction has led to a transformation in how we express ourselves and relate to others.

The influence of social media has been profound in shaping our communication patterns and interpersonal dynamics. Research conducted by Kalpathy Subramanian (2017) examined the influence of social media on interpersonal communication, highlighting the changes it brings to the way we interact and express ourselves (Subramanian 2017). The study found that online communication often involves the use of abbreviations, emoticons, and hashtags, which have become embedded in our online discourse. These digital communication shortcuts prioritize speed and efficiency, but they also contribute to a shift away from the physical action of face-to-face conversation, where nonverbal cues and deeper emotional connections can be fostered.

Additionally, the study emphasizes the impact of social media on self-presentation and identity construction. With the rise of platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, individuals have a platform to curate and present themselves to the world. This online self-presentation can influence how we perceive ourselves and how others perceive us, potentially shaping our identities in the process. The study further suggests that the emphasis on self-presentation and the pressure to maintain a certain image on social media can lead to increased stress and anxiety among users.


I conducted interviews with individuals from different age groups to gain diverse perspectives on how technology and social media have transformed the way we connect with others. By exploring the experiences of a 21-year-old student and an individual in their 40s, we can better understand the evolving dynamics of interpersonal communication in the digital age. These interviews shed light on the prevalence of digital communication among younger generations, their preference for convenience, and the concerns raised by individuals from older age groups regarding the potential loss of deeper emotional connections.

When I asked the 21-year-old classmate about how technology has changed the way they interact with people in person, they expressed, “To be honest, I spend more time texting, messaging, or posting on social media than actually talking face-to-face with others. It’s just so much more convenient.” This response highlights the prevalence of digital communication among younger generations and their preference for convenience over traditional face-to-face interactions. It suggests that technology has significantly transformed the way young people engage with others, with a greater reliance on virtual interactions rather than in-person conversations. Additionally, the mention of convenience as a driving factor raises questions about the potential trade-offs in terms of depth and quality of interpersonal connections.

To gain insight from an individual in their 40s, I conducted another interview. When asked about their experiences with technology and social media, they shared valuable perspectives. They mentioned that while they appreciate the convenience and accessibility offered by technology, they also expressed concerns about its impact on interpersonal connections. They emphasized the importance of face-to-face interactions in building genuine relationships and expressed reservations about the potential loss of deeper emotional connections in digital communication. Additionally, they discussed the challenges of adapting to rapid technological advancements and the potential generational divide in communication preferences.

Comparing the responses from both interviews, it is evident that there are generational differences in the perception and use of technology for communication. While the 21-year-old classmate emphasized convenience as a primary factor in favor of digital communication, the individual in their 40s highlighted the importance of face-to-face interactions and expressed concerns about the potential loss of meaningful connections in the digital realm. This comparison raises questions about the potential impact of technology on the depth and quality of interpersonal relationships across different age groups. It also invites further exploration into how societal norms and technological advancements shape individuals’ preferences and experiences.

Overall, the interviews revealed a shift towards digital communication among both younger and older individuals, with varying perspectives. While convenience and connectivity are valued, concerns were raised regarding the potential drawbacks, including the pressure to maintain an idealized online presence and the potential loss of genuine connections. It is evident that technology and social media have transformed the way we communicate and interact with others, but the interviews also highlighted the importance of maintaining a balance and recognizing the value of face-to-face interactions in fostering meaningful relationships.

I have recently conducted a survey with my classmates to gather insights on how technology and social media have influenced communication and interaction among students in their daily lives. Although the number of responses is relatively small, the collected data allows us to gain a glimpse into individual experiences and perspectives on this matter.

One of the questions asked in the survey was how often students rely on digital communication methods, such as texting, messaging, or social media, in comparison to engaging in face-to-face conversations. The responses indicated a clear trend towards increased reliance on digital communication, with 85% of participants stating that they frequently use digital platforms as their primary means of communication. This suggests a significant shift away from traditional face-to-face interactions, highlighting the pervasive influence of technology in shaping our communication habits.

Furthermore, the survey explored changes in the quality of interactions and relationships due to the increased use of technology and social media. Interestingly, 63% of respondents reported that they had noticed a decrease in the depth and intimacy of their connections since incorporating more digital communication into their lives. Many participants expressed concerns about the difficulty of conveying emotions effectively through digital channels and the lack of non-verbal cues that are present in face-to-face interactions. It is important to note that while the survey results provide valuable insights into individual experiences, they are not representative of the entire student population. The small sample size limits the generalizability of the findings. However, the data collected does shed light on the potential impact of technology and social media on communication and interaction patterns among students.

Expanding on the topic, I found an insightful figure from Business Insider that sheds light on how people utilize their smartphones (Business Insider). Figure 2. illustrates the average smartphone owner’s daily time spent on various activities. Notably, communication activities such as texting, talking, and social networking account for a significant portion, comprising 59% of phone usage. This data reinforces the impact of digital communication on our daily lives, indicating the substantial role it plays in shaping our interactions with others.  Upon comparing this research with the data, I have gathered, a clear trend emerges, highlighting that an increasing number of individuals primarily utilize their smartphones for communication and interaction purposes.

Figure 2: The breakdown of daily smartphone usage among average users clearly demonstrates that the phone is primarily used for interactions.

The Digital Make Over:

In today’s digital age, the impact of technology on communication and interaction is evident, particularly in educational settings. As a college student, I have witnessed the transformation firsthand, especially with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The convenience of online submissions for assignments has led to a growing trend of students opting to skip physical classes, relying on the ability to submit their work remotely. Unfortunately, this shift has resulted in a decline in face-to-face interactions and communication among classmates and instructors.

The decrease in physical attendance raises concerns about the potential consequences for both learning and social connections within the academic community. Classroom discussions, collaborative projects, and networking opportunities are often fostered through in-person interactions. By limiting these experiences, students may miss out on valuable learning moments, diverse perspectives, and the chance to establish meaningful connections with their peers and instructors.

Simon Lindgren, in his thought-provoking Ted Talk , “Media Are Not Social, but People Are,” delves deeper into the effects of technology and social media on our interactions. Lindgren highlights a significant point by suggesting that while technology may have the potential to make us better individuals, we must also recognize its potential pitfalls. Social media, for instance, can create filter bubbles that limit our exposure to diverse viewpoints, making us less in touch with reality and more narrow-minded. This cautionary reminder emphasizes the need to approach social media thoughtfully, seeking out diverse perspectives and avoiding the pitfalls of echo chambers. Furthermore, it is crucial to strike a balance between utilizing technology for educational purposes and embracing the benefits of in-person interactions. While technology undoubtedly facilitates certain aspects of education, such as online learning platforms and digital resources, we must not overlook the importance of face-to-face communication. In-person interactions allow for nuanced non-verbal cues, deeper emotional connections, and real-time engagement that contribute to a more comprehensive learning experience.

A study conducted by Times Higher Education delved into this topic, providing valuable insights. Figure 3. from the study illustrates a significant drop in attendance levels after the pandemic’s onset. Undeniably, technology played a crucial role in facilitating the transition to online learning. However, it is important to acknowledge that this shift has also led to a decline in face-to-face interactions, which have long been regarded as essential for effective communication and relationship-building. While technology continues to evolve and reshape the educational landscape, it is imperative that we remain mindful of its impact on communication and interaction. Striking a balance between digital tools and in-person engagement can help ensure that we leverage the benefits of technology while preserving the richness of face-to-face interactions. By doing so, we can foster a holistic educational experience that encompasses the best of both worlds and cultivates meaningful connections among students, instructors, and the academic community.

University class attendance plummets post-Covid | Times Higher Education (THE)

Figure 3:  This graph offers convincing proof that the COVID-19 pandemic and the extensive use of online submission techniques are to blame for the sharp reduction in in-person student attendance.

When asked about the impact of online submissions for assignments on physical attendance in classes, the survey revealed mixed responses. While 73% of participants admitted that the convenience of online submissions has led them to skip classes occasionally, 27% emphasized the importance of in-person attendance for better learning outcomes and social interactions. This finding suggests that while technology offers convenience, it also poses challenges in maintaining regular face-to-face interactions, potentially hindering educational and social development, and especially damaging the way we communicate and interact with one another. Students are doing this from a young age, and it comes into huge effect once they are trying to enter the work force and interact with others. When examining the survey data alongside the findings from Times Higher Education, striking similarities become apparent regarding how students approach attending classes in person with the overall conclusion being a massive decrease in students attending class which hinders the chance for real life interaction and communication. the convenience and instant gratification provided by technology can create a sense of detachment and impatience in interpersonal interactions. Online platforms allow for quick and immediate responses, and individuals can easily disconnect or switch between conversations. This can result in a lack of attentiveness and reduced focus on the person with whom one is communicating, leading to a superficial engagement that may hinder the establishment of genuine connections.


Ultimately, the digital revolution has profoundly transformed the way we communicate and interact with one another. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated this transformation, leading to increased reliance on digital tools for socializing, working, and learning. While technology offers convenience and connectivity, it also introduces limitations and potential drawbacks. The shift towards digital communication raises concerns about the depth and quality of our connections, as well as the potential loss of face-to-face interactions. However, it is essential to strike a balance between digital and in-person engagement, recognizing the unique value of physical presence, non-verbal cues, and deeper emotional connections that face-to-face interactions provide. By navigating the digital landscape with mindfulness and intentionality, we can harness the transformative power of technology while preserving and nurturing the essential elements of human connection.

Moving forward, it is crucial to consider the impact of technology on our relationships, mental well-being, and society. As technology continues to evolve, we must be cautious of its potential pitfalls, such as the emphasis on self-presentation, the potential for increased stress and anxiety, and the risk of forgetting how to interact in person. Striking a balance between digital and face-to-face interactions can help ensure that technology enhances, rather than replaces, genuine human connections. By prioritizing meaningful engagement, valuing personal interactions, and leveraging the benefits of technology without compromising the depth and quality of our relationships, we can navigate the digital revolution in a way that enriches our lives and fosters authentic connections.


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Communication Technology: What is ICT and its Components

April 11, 2019

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Most people can’t imagine a world of communication without technology.

The amount of time and energy put into sending the simplest messages before communication technology is more than can be described in 140 characters or less.

Things are a bit different now. The incorporation of technology into different types of communication has made it easier than ever to share information. Even though there are an overwhelming amount of gadgets, software, and tools associated with communication technology, it is not uncommon for the modern day communicator to be an expert at them all.

But if you’re not an expert, don’t fret! This guide to communication technology will lay out the basics that you need to know to be a successful communicator in the age of technology.

What is communication technology?

It sounds pretty straightforward, but let’s define it so we are all on the same page.

Communication technology definition

Communication technology refers to all the tools used to send, receive, and process information. In today’s fast climate, efficiency and convenience are the keys to successful communication technology.

Each communication technology device has impacted the way information is circulated, and they continue to improve the communication experience.

Types of communication technology

Technology has reinvented the way people communicate. Originally simple devices have evolved into communication channels that create connections worldwide. There are four main types of communication technology that have contributed to the ease of sending messages: telephone, radio, television, and internet.

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The telephone revolutionized verbal communication . People can talk to each other from any place in the world, strengthening relationships and eliminating the worries of long-distance communication. Speaking with someone across the country can be done just as easily as speaking with someone down the street.

As technology advanced, the device upgraded from “telephone” to “mobile phone.” What used to be a heavy piece of equipment can now easily fit in your pocket. Not only is the modern telephone portable, but the features and capabilities are also advanced.

As the telephone progressed, it adopted new types of visual and written communication . Today, text messages and electronic versions of photos are regularly sent using mobile phones, increasing the possible amount of information being shared using phones.

The telephone introduced a brand new approach to verbal, written, and visual communication, and exciting new features continue to change the communication technology game.

About twenty years after the telephone, communicating using the radio came into play. Another innovation in the realm of verbal communication, radio is used to reach sizable audiences, as opposed to just one person on the other end of a phone.

The radio’s ability to reach a large audience at a low cost continues to motivate a lot of communicators to take full advantage of the tool. Information providers, such as advertisers and newscasters, spend substantial amounts of time communicating with their massive audiences using radio technology.

Radio technology transformed the way information is delivered to large audiences and continues to strengthen mass communication.

Television is another way to reach extensive audiences, but it brought a new perk to the table: visual communication .

Some information is hard to describe using just words. Television provides audiences with the best of both worlds: information and visuals to accompany it. This advantage caused the television to replace the radio as the leading tool for mass communication.

Today, there are thousands of television channels that communicate information on almost any topic: history, sports, news, science, fiction, and so on. Whether it be for entertainment or cold hard facts, people are constantly turning to television for information.

The internet removes the need for communicators to have a separate device for each different type of communication technology. With the Internet, you can do it all in one place.

As the queen bee of interaction, the internet successfully combines all types of communication technology and houses them in one place. It provides the largest array of information and communication sources known to man.

The tools available on the internet make any type of communication effortless. Verbal and nonverbal communication can be accomplished with video conferencing software. Written messages can be sent through email. Electronic versions of pictures can be sent to and from any internet device.

Customer communication software is another example of one of these tools. While other gadgets help make communication between a business and their consumers easy, certain tools can often be considered hybrid – bringing together different types of communication. Live chat is a rare hybrid tool that combines all types of communication – verbal, nonverbal, written, and rich media – through audio and video conferencing software, instant messaging, and file sharing capabilities. Customers can place orders, ask questions, or troubleshoot issues through live chat, all on a single customer communication platform. This gives them access to a business and allows them to connect with an agent whenever they have a query. With live chat software , it’s never been easier to connect.

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Communication technology has made connections among people stronger than ever. But in order for those networks to run smoothly, the collection of interactive devices being used also need to be connected. This is known as information and communication technology.

Information and communication technology

Information and communication technology refers to a connected system of interactive tools and technologies that are used to send and receive information. Whether it be an individual or an entire company, if a single entity is using multiple types of technology to communicate, they must be linked to ensure efficiency.

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These systems of interactive tools can include state-of-the-art innovations, such as artificial intelligence, and less advanced technology, like the corded telephone. The ability and newness of the device aren’t important. If multiple technology tools are being used by an individual or business, they should be connected.

Information and communication technology have changed the way people go about their days living, working, and communicating. These innovations have taken over certain duties that people never would have imagined a machine to do, such as answering phones and giving human-like responses or speaking into a device and having it write a message for you.

Information and communication technology allows people to effectively communicate in the technological world.

Information and communication technology is an expansive topic, and the ideas within it continue to evolve. You don’t have to be an expert, but understanding the basics and keeping up with new communication technology will help make you the best communicator possible.

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Mohsin Ali 12A Communication Technology

Introduction • Communication technology is basically electronic communication. These days, the affect of communication technology on the communication process is remarkable. It made people connect with each other so easily. It is the way where people now connect with each other by using technology such as telephones, social networks, radio, televisions, and so much more. The technologies of communication became an important aspect of a human’s life.

It is important because.. • It connects people much easier. • It became more fun communicating with other people. • Updates you about the world news. • It made the world a more connected place. • It makes you communicate with the people that you love that lives abroad easily.

Disadvantages • Makes people lose their writing skills. • Nonverbal communications. • It creates laziness for many people. • It may be addictive as my own experience. • Security issues, because people can hack your communication technology privacy. • Misusage.

The history of communication • Meeting someone in person was the only way to communicate before the communication technology explosion. • Then people used letters and symbols to communicate. • Typewriters, fax machines, and telephone answering machines, all came out in the 1800’s • Radios came out later then. • Now people use televisions, cellular phones, computers, and social networks to communicate.

Economic impact • Today, businesses rely on computers, high tech telephones, fax machines, and local area computer networks. These systems have real effect on our economy. • With global communication technology comes a global economy. Things that happen in New York can affect business in Tokyo, thousands of miles, only in few hours. • Communication Technology are also moving us from a production economy to a service economy. Instead of building things in factory, more and more people are performing services.

Cultural impact • Many people believe television has made us a less literate society than we are a generation or two ago. • People who are literate are able to read and write well. • But school test scores have declined • Could that be because we read less and watch television more?

Media • Media have a major role in the communication technologies. • The media makes life easier to many people in the world by updating you in the televisions or radios. • Media can be a disadvantage by making false statements. • It is just an another way to communicate with our world.

Data Security • The ability programmers to alter software creates a problem known as data security • Every time communication technology improves, your privacy gets weaker. • Now developers of social networks like Google and Apple can now invade your privacy in their products. For example the new Google glass takes pictures for every five seconds. These pictures can be accessed by Google developers.

Communication through technology • Cellular phones • Social Networks • Television • Radios • Faxes • Media • Internet • Etc.

Comparing the present and the past • Past: It was harder to communicate. It took a lot of time to communicate with other people, but people communicated face to face more. • Present: It is easier to communicate now. It takes few seconds to communicate with other people, but people communicate less face to face.

Communication Technologies in the future • Every year, communication technologies gets improved by new products that you can communicate with them. • Social networks gets better and easier to use every year. • It will be more easier to communicate. • Less privacy. • More creativity.

How communication technology works • Communication technology works with satellites and radio towers by sending data from a person to another. The process of this can be done in seconds. For example if you send a text to someone, the text will reach in just few seconds. I think it is amazing.

Conclusion • Communication technology gets better and better every decade. Life is much easier with the communication technologies in our life. It made the world much smaller, in other words, it made the world connected. The question is, will it get improved in the future and invade or privacy more often?

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The allure of whales has stoked human consciousness for millennia, casting these ocean giants as enigmatic residents of the deep seas. From the biblical Leviathan to Herman Melville's formidable Moby Dick, whales have been central to mythologies and folklore. And while cetology, or whale science, has improved our knowledge of these marine mammals in the past century in particular, studying whales has remained a formidable a challenge.

Now, thanks to machine learning, we're a little closer to understanding these gentle giants. Researchers from the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and Project CETI (Cetacean Translation Initiative) recently used algorithms to decode the “sperm whale phonetic alphabet,” revealing sophisticated structures in sperm whale communication akin to human phonetics and communication systems in other animal species. 

In a new open-access study published in Nature Communications , the research shows that sperm whales codas, or short bursts of clicks that they use to communicate, vary significantly in structure depending on the conversational context, revealing a communication system far more intricate than previously understood. 

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Nine thousand codas, collected from Eastern Caribbean sperm whale families observed by the Dominica Sperm Whale Project, proved an instrumental starting point in uncovering the creatures’ complex communication system. Alongside the data gold mine, the team used a mix of algorithms for pattern recognition and classification, as well as on-body recording equipment. It turned out that sperm whale communications were indeed not random or simplistic, but rather structured in a complex, combinatorial manner. 

The researchers identified something of a “sperm whale phonetic alphabet,” where various elements that researchers call  “rhythm,” “tempo,” “rubato,” and “ornamentation” interplay to form a vast array of distinguishable codas. For example, the whales would systematically modulate certain aspects of their codas based on the conversational context, such as smoothly varying the duration of the calls — rubato — or adding extra ornamental clicks. But even more remarkably, they found that the basic building blocks of these codas could be combined in a combinatorial fashion, allowing the whales to construct a vast repertoire of distinct vocalizations.

The experiments were conducted using acoustic bio-logging tags (specifically something called “D-tags”) deployed on whales from the Eastern Caribbean clan. These tags captured the intricate details of the whales’ vocal patterns. By developing new visualization and data analysis techniques, the CSAIL researchers found that individual sperm whales could emit various coda patterns in long exchanges, not just repeats of the same coda. These patterns, they say, are nuanced, and include fine-grained variations that other whales also produce and recognize.

“We are venturing into the unknown, to decipher the mysteries of sperm whale communication without any pre-existing ground truth data,” says Daniela Rus, CSAIL director and professor of electrical engineering and computer science (EECS) at MIT. “Using machine learning is important for identifying the features of their communications and predicting what they say next. Our findings indicate the presence of structured information content and also challenges the prevailing belief among many linguists that complex communication is unique to humans. This is a step toward showing that other species have levels of communication complexity that have not been identified so far, deeply connected to behavior. Our next steps aim to decipher the meaning behind these communications and explore the societal-level correlations between what is being said and group actions."

Whaling around

Sperm whales have the largest brains among all known animals. This is accompanied by very complex social behaviors between families and cultural groups, necessitating strong communication for coordination, especially in pressurized environments like deep sea hunting.

Whales owe much to Roger Payne, former Project CETI advisor, whale biologist, conservationist, and MacArthur Fellow who was a major figure in elucidating their musical careers. In the noted 1971 Science article “ Songs of Humpback Whales ,” Payne documented how whales can sing. His work later catalyzed the “Save the Whales” movement, a successful and timely conservation initiative.

“Roger’s research highlights the impact science can have on society. His finding that whales sing led to the marine mammal protection act and helped save several whale species from extinction. This interdisciplinary research now brings us one step closer to knowing what sperm whales are saying,” says David Gruber, lead and founder of Project CETI and distinguished professor of biology at the City University of New York.

Today, CETI’s upcoming research aims to discern whether elements like rhythm, tempo, ornamentation, and rubato carry specific communicative intents, potentially providing insights into the “duality of patterning” — a linguistic phenomenon where simple elements combine to convey complex meanings previously thought unique to human language.

Aliens among us

“One of the intriguing aspects of our research is that it parallels the hypothetical scenario of contacting alien species. It’s about understanding a species with a completely different environment and communication protocols, where their interactions are distinctly different from human norms,” says Pratyusha Sharma, an MIT PhD student in EECS, CSAIL affiliate, and the study’s lead author. “We’re exploring how to interpret the basic units of meaning in their communication. This isn’t just about teaching animals a subset of human language, but decoding a naturally evolved communication system within their unique biological and environmental constraints. Essentially, our work could lay the groundwork for deciphering how an ‘alien civilization’ might communicate, providing insights into creating algorithms or systems to understand entirely unfamiliar forms of communication.”

“Many animal species have repertoires of several distinct signals, but we are only beginning to uncover the extent to which they combine these signals to create new messages,” says Robert Seyfarth, a University of Pennsylvania professor emeritus of psychology who was not involved in the research. “Scientists are particularly interested in whether signal combinations vary according to the social or ecological context in which they are given, and the extent to which signal combinations follow discernible ‘rules’ that are recognized by listeners. The problem is particularly challenging in the case of marine mammals, because scientists usually cannot see their subjects or identify in complete detail the context of communication. Nonetheless, this paper offers new, tantalizing details of call combinations and the rules that underlie them in sperm whales.”

Joining Sharma, Rus, and Gruber are two others from MIT, both CSAIL principal investigators and professors in EECS: Jacob Andreas and Antonio Torralba. They join Shane Gero, biology lead at CETI, founder of the Dominica Sperm Whale Project, and scientist-in residence at Carleton University. The paper was funded by Project CETI via Dalio Philanthropies and Ocean X, Sea Grape Foundation, Rosamund Zander/Hansjorg Wyss, and Chris Anderson/Jacqueline Novogratz through The Audacious Project: a collaborative funding initiative housed at TED, with further support from the J.H. and E.V. Wade Fund at MIT.

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Technical presentations can be tricky to execute. You know your subject inside out, but is that enough?

How do you ensure your audience stays engaged throughout the presentation, and how do you answer their questions effectively?

This blog post provides modern strategies for crafting effective technical presentations, covering all aspects, from understanding your audience to handling questions and feedback.

You will also learn about the practical parts of technical presentations, including proper tools and examples.

These tips will help you deliver a successful presentation that makes a lasting impact on your audience.

Anyone can use this guide as a checklist , but the following can get huge benefits:

  • Software Engineers or Developers
  • Tech YouTubers
  • Candidates who are presenting in tech interviews
  • Social Media Influences like tech on LinkedIn
  • Students, Tech Teachers, and much more.

Identify your Audience:

Identify your audience

In our previous guide about technical writing , we shared 19 expert tips you should know.

Let me quickly highlight the five most important tips:

  • Understand Audience
  • Define Purpose
  • Always do your research
  • Organize thoughts
  • Avoid Jargon and Acronyms

Understanding your audience is not a first step but why?

Because first, you need to identify WHO is your target audience.

Question it by yourself, and write down the three closest audiences like:

  • JavaScript Developers: Those who want to learn about JavaScript technologies. You can help them learn the tech faster by sharing beautiful code snippets .
  • SaaS Owners: Those tech founders who want to learn about the ongoing development progress of their software. Give them tips on how to tackle obstacles in software development by using technical presentation slides .
  • Tech Talks: Those interested in code screencasts within the video content like YouTube or TED Talks. You can use rich animated content, like videos created with snappify.

So, identify your audience first and use the smart tools to simplify things for you and the audience.

Use Smart Tools:

Use smart tools for technical presentations

So, what are smart tools in the digital world?

Smart Tools are intelligent software applications that help users perform complex tasks more efficiently and effectively.

They simplify processes, improve productivity, and help achieve goals quickly and easily online.

You can learn about our curated list of technical writing tools , which comes with Artificial Intelligence.

Before using your tool for technical presentations, make sure to check these features first:

  • Can you create a fully animated slide?
  • Is there any feature for Video Export?
  • The tool must be user-friendly to avoid presentation disruptions.
  • Clear and visually appealing infographics are important for tools with graphs, diagrams, or slides.

Now that you know enough about the features, here is another list of modern tools to help you become a good presenter.

  • Snappify: It can help you present code beautifully and has all the features I have mentioned above. It also has pre-made templates to help you create and share snippets faster.
  • PowerPoint: A user-friendly software for creating dynamic presentations with text, images, charts, and multimedia elements.
  • Google Slides: A web based presentation tool that lets users create basic presentations and save them online.

Let's take a closer look at the Slides and Video Export features of snappify and how it can become your new companion for your technical presentations.

It comes with a Present button at the top of the bar, which can help you show your code snippets in the presentation mode.

In slides, there are several options for animations:

Besides showing your presentation, you can download all slides or export videos to share on social media.

You can follow this tutorial on creating code presentations with snappify .

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Structure Your Presentation

Structure your presentation

To craft an effective technical presentation, it is crucial to structure your content in a clear and logical flow .

Begin with an attention-grabbing introduction that captivates your audience and sets the tone for the presentation.

Organize your content into sections or chapters, making it easier for your audience to comprehend and follow along.

  • Divide your presentation into key sections or points.
  • Each section should have a clear focus and contribute to your main message.
  • Use bullet points and concise text to support each point.
  • Transition smoothly between sections to maintain a logical flow.
  • Include visuals such as images, charts, graphs, animations , and videos to enhance understanding and engagement.
  • Share real-life examples or case studies that illustrate your points.
  • Use relevant data and statistics to back up your points and add credibility.

Finally, remember to summarize key points and provide a memorable conclusion to leave a lasting impact.

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Font and color choices in slides play a key role in shaping the impact and effectiveness of your presentation.

These choices go beyond aesthetics; they influence how your content is perceived, understood, and remembered.

Here are quick tips to make effective font and color choices:

  • Readability: Use simple, easy-to-read fonts that can be seen from far away. Avoid fancy or complex fonts that can make reading difficult.
  • Consistency: For a professional look, limit your presentation to two font styles: headings and body text.
  • Contrast: Use contrasting fonts for headings and body text for better readability. Headings should be in bold or larger font, while body text should be in regular font.
  • Hierarchy: Establish hierarchy with color by using bold or contrasting hues for headings and more subdued tones for body text.
  • Limit Bright Colors: While bright colors can add visual interest, avoid using too many as they can be distracting and make your presentation look unprofessional.

Remember that your font and color choices should support your technical content and help convey your message effectively.

Test your chosen fonts and colors on different screens to ensure they appear as intended.

Consistency in font and color usage contributes to a polished and visually appealing presentation.

Also take a look at our handcrafted templates to get started with your technical presentations.

Engage with Stories

Engage audience with stories

People remember stories better than facts alone.

Include relatable case studies to illustrate your points and make your presentation more relatable.

Storytelling is a powerful technique that can elevate your technical presentation from informative to captivating.

Humans have been using stories to communicate and connect for centuries, and integrating this approach into your presentation can help you create a deeper and more lasting impact on your audience.

Here's how you can effectively use storytelling to engage your audience during your technical presentation:

Quick Story Example:

Example of stories in technical presentations

Meet Maya, a talented developer on a mission to make her technical presentations truly captivating.

One day, she discovered snappify, a tool rumored to bring code snippets to life .

Maya decided to give it a shot.

With snappify, Maya's code snippets transformed into dynamic visuals that got animated smoothly across the screen.

During her presentation, she used it to break down complex algorithms step by step.

The audience was captivated, effortlessly following along as the code was visually displayed.

Impressed by Maya's presentation, fellow developers asked about snappify.

Maya shared how the tool had elevated her delivery, making code accessible to all.

Afterward, snappify was known for its captivating technical demonstrations.

Developers worldwide used it to transform complex code into interesting visuals, captivating audiences and enhancing code comprehension.

Now, turn your boring code into fancy and beautiful snippets before sharing it on social media or inside your technical presentation.

In conclusion, delivering a successful technical presentation requires technical skills, engaging visuals, and audience interaction.

A compelling story and utilizing effective visuals are crucial for delivering a memorable and impactful presentation.

Following the tips in this comprehensive guide, you can always deliver successful technical presentations for interviews, YouTube videos, tech talks, social media posts, and much more.

How can I adjust my technical presentation to different levels of expertise among the audience?

Adjust technical depth and terminology based on audience familiarity. Provide real-world examples for beginners and deeper insights for experts.

What is the difference between presentation and technical presentation?

Presentations can be either general or technical. General presentations inform or persuade, while technical presentations explain complex concepts to an audience with relevant expertise like engineering, coding, or more.

How do I overcome nervousness before a technical presentation?

Practice is key. Familiarity with your content and great rehearsal can help reduce anxiety during the presentation.

What is most important in technical presentation?

Effectively convey complex concepts with clear explanations, visuals, and relevance to the audience's needs and expertise - that's clarity.

What are the four essential components of a technical presentation?

A technical presentation has four parts: intro, content, conclusion, and Q&A. Introduce, present, summarize, and impress.

How do you engage your audience during a technical presentation?

To keep your audience engaged during a technical presentation, use relatable examples, break down complex information, and include interactive elements like polls or Q&A sessions. Personal stories can also make it more interesting.

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Break down project team silos with these easy ways to connect SketchUp with Trimble technology: Tekla for structural engineering, Site Vision for construction, and Trimble Business Center for surveying. 

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The architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry faces a data connectivity issue. Despite the remarkable growth of the construction industry, construction productivity has not kept up. Even with the adoption of emerging technologies, more than 50%* of projects still rely on paper forms and spreadsheets. Moreover, 85%* of projects exceed their predicted budgets and 92%* run behind schedule. Architects, structural engineers, civil engineers, and project managers must use connected construction technology for seamless data communication at every project stage to boost productivity. However, achieving connection is challenging due to the siloing of specialized construction software.

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When Trimble acquired SketchUp in 2012,  the change in ownership facilitated communication between SketchUp and Trimble's developers. These collaborations have resulted in exciting new software developments, like in-app AI-generated images, that align with SketchUp's continuous evolution to meet customer demands. 

Using software across the Trimble ecosystem helps with data connectivity, speeds up workflows, and facilitates better collaboration. Some people only use SketchUp for architectural design, but it can also be used across more project phases and by more team members than just architects. Let's explore some effective workflows SketchUp enables for structural engineering, geospatial analysis, civil engineering, and project management.

Jump to: SketchUp and Tekla: connected structural workflows SketchUp and SiteVision: augmented reality for designers and builders SketchUp and Trimble Business Center: cross-discipline communication and visualization

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SketchUp and Tekla: connected structural workflows

SketchUp is known for its easy-to-use interface, seamless collaboration, and quick visualization tools — that's why it’s ranked as the #1 architectural software program .  SketchUp can be used throughout the construction process, but architects most commonly use it. Structural engineers gravitate toward another industry-leading 3D modeling software: Trimble’s Tekla creates high-performance, cost-efficient designs that promote collaboration. Each software is tailored to a specific skill set, but those purposes can overlap and complement each other for smoother project workflows. 

Taking advantage of pre-built, lightweight SketchUp models

Structural engineers will often receive SketchUp models developed by architects. These architectural models can then be used as reference files to build more detailed structural models in Tekla Structures . Integrating SketchUp with Tekla in the initial file transfer and throughout your design and construction process will help save time. 

It would be inefficient to build a crane within Tekla Structures; you don’t need the structural details for test fitting. It’s much simpler to open SketchUp’s 3D Warehouse , which hosts millions of prebuilt models, to source the machinery. Search with words or even drop in an image of the equipment using it’s powerful AI search engine . If you need to modify the equipment size or shape, that can be easily done via SketchUp’s nimble modeling interface. From there, it’s easy to sync that SketchUp model within Tekla Structures with your changes. 

Machinery modeling included a shear wrench from SketchUp’s 3D Warehouse inserted into Tekla structural models.

Machinery modeling included a shear wrench from SketchUp’s 3D Warehouse inserted into Tekla structural models. 

Tekla to SketchUp for visualization 

Moving a model from Tekla Structures into SketchUp is a good way to prepare for a client or stakeholder presentation. Bring a Tekla Structures model into SketchUp to create compelling visuals by adding materials and new geometry that can serve as contextual elements for the structure. It’s easy to create animations in SketchUp , so you can save time by making walkthroughs of your 3D model for clients or other contractors to envision site logistics.  

Video of the plan for excavation and construction on a job site. 

Video of the plan for excavation and construction on a job site. 

Set scenes in SketchUp to export views of a combined Tekla and SketchUp model for communication. Those are often enough to communicate project updates to stakeholders. Still, if you want more advanced renders with additional realistic detail to showcase major project milestones, you can use extensions like V-Ray or Enscape .  

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GIF showing different structural elements in a rendering. 

Creating complex geometry

Sometimes, it’s quicker to create complex shapes in SketchUp first and then import them into Tekla Structures. Once the SketchUp model is imported into the structural model, you can simply trace that model to create a native Tekla Structures object. Alternatively, if you want to forgo the tracing, the SketchUp model can be imported into Tekla Structures as an “Item” and merged with another structural object. Either route allows you to harness both the power of SketchUp’s intuitive modeling capabilities and Tekla’s robust structural BIM modeling tools. 

SketchUp models can be used in Structures as a tracing element to help in the creation of complicated Structures objects.

SketchUp models can be used in Structures as a tracing element to help in the creation of complicated Structures objects.

3D scans for accurate data and site planning

Anyone with Studio , SketchUp’s subscription for advanced workflows, can import and model on point clouds. Architects use this tool to accurately model existing conditions for new builds, renovations or expansions. Construction companies can also use Scan Essentials , the point cloud integration with SketchUp, to help with site planning. They can view the point cloud in SketchUp to better understand site data. Move the model you generate from the site data in SketchUp into Tekla Structures to detail the structural components of the building and manage the BIM process. Drop in construction equipment models from 3D Warehouse for site logistics planning. 

Video showing how to use the Ground Mesh tool to create a model from point clouds in SketchUp.

Video showing how to use the Ground Mesh tool to create a model from point clouds in SketchUp.

You can use SketchUp to show different stages of the progress of the construction project site, communicate progress, and identify areas that may need special equipment — a major cause of delays and costs in construction projects. Planning the project stages in SketchUp can help identify requirements much earlier, helping prevent delays in waiting for equipment.

Using point cloud data to verify the fits of Tekla Structures models is a big advantage for structural engineers. For example, Lex’s Welding Company uses Tekla Structural Designer and point clouds in SketchUp to help ensure semi-fabricated steelwork can be installed without clashes. For one project, this workflow helped them work around a large HVAC unit and several low-clearance areas of concern.

“Using the point cloud, it was easy to see the lack of clearance for the structural steel to the large HVAC unit near the bathroom. The scan also gave us accurate measurements for the beams under the restroom structure. Fitting everything in this tight space would have been a nightmare or just impossible without the point clouds.”  Lex Bolewski, Lex’s Welding Co

Semi-fabricated steelworks Tekla Structures model imported into SketchUp and shown with point cloud data. 

Semi-fabricated steelworks Tekla Structures model imported into SketchUp and shown with point cloud data. 

Once Lex Bolewski found a way forward, he used SketchUp to communicate his solution to his client quickly. Lex pulled screenshots and screen recordings from SketchUp to show the client the clearance issues and modeled solutions. 

View, review and reference with Trimble Connect

Trimble Connect is a cloud-based common data environment (CDE) and collaboration platform designed specifically for the construction industry. It makes it easy to move and view files across Trimble technologies. It integrates with SketchUp, Tekla, ProjectSight , TerraFlex and more. This software is the tissue that connects professionals across the AEC industry. Trimble Connect combines different Trimble technology files into one file. You can also bring in files from software programs like Revit and AutoCAD and view them alongside the SketchUp and Tekla models. All files can be exported as a TrimBIM file, designed specifically by Trimble to be used across its software. 

Structural engineers can use Trimble Connect with Tekla Structures and SketchUp to provide up-to-the-minute, project-ready information. Through this power trio, you can view the architectural, mechanical, and structural models together or separately. If the models use the same coordinate system, you can toggle between them or view them as a whole. Within Trimble Connect,  you can run clash detection to see if any sticky points between the models will cause chaos during construction. 

Import the TrimBIM file into SketchUp for client presentations — you can use it within SketchUp like any other model. For example, you can use a section plane to cut through a section of the model, and the Section will show all the information: the structural steelwork, architectural model and mechanical. 

SketchUp and SiteVision: augmented reality for designers and builders 

Many architects use SketchUp’s augmented reality (AR) tools to project models of furniture, structural systems, and whole buildings into the physical world. AR is a powerful way for designers to see how an object will fit in real space and communicate that spatially to clients. Construction companies typically use Trimble SiteVision , a user-friendly outdoor AR system that helps builders explore complex information accurately. SiteVision has advanced AR capabilities for construction, such as geolocation and tools to measure accurately. Move between the software depending on what phase of the construction process you are in with interoperable files. 

Site modeling workflow using SiteVision and SketchUp.

SiteVision accepts any TrimBIM file, so you could combine a SketchUp model and a Tekla Structures model in Trimble Connect and then view the combination true-to-scale (1:1) onsite with SiteVision. Here are the steps you would need to follow:

Add all your completed 3D models to Trimble Connect, combining models across disciplines if needed. 

Open SiteVision in the field and load the model from Trimble Connect. You can either automatically place the model in the real world or use georeferencing to place it in the field accurately.

Whatever layers are set up in the model are read in SiteVision and can be turned on/off.

Once geo-located, you can figure out where to pour concrete filings or mark the utility line with the help of a 3D model. SketchUp models are the best to view through SiteVision because of SketchUp’s visualization capabilities.

Trimble Business Center leverages one software environment that delivers the flexibility and capabilities needed for surveyors’ diverse project requirements.

Trimble Business Center leverages one software environment that delivers the flexibility and capabilities needed for surveyors’ diverse project requirements.

SketchUp and Trimble Business Center: cross-discipline communication and visualization

Trimble Business Center (TBC) is a software for civil engineers and surveyors that helps transform field data into actionable information to share with project stakeholders. You can leverage one data environment from land surveys and construction technology like GNSS receivers, total stations, laser scanners, mobile mapping systems, drones and more. There are several ways in which architects and surveyors can move between SketchUp and TBC to improve collaboration and communication. 

Communication between disiplines

Architects often need to use the survey data to understand where to place buildings or situate their design with the existing landscape. The holy grail of communication between SketchUp and TBC is the IFC file, which can be exported from TBC into SketchUp and vice versa. In 2024 , SketchUp enhanced this data transfer with IFC import and export improvements.

Construction experts can export data from TBC into SketchUp to use its easy and intuitive modeling tools to simplify field data for stakeholder presentations. These presentations are easy to share with SketchUp’s link-sharing feature, which allows users to share models with unlimited people, whether or not they have subscriptions. To see how easy it is to share data for presentations or meetings, follow this link to a SketchUp model. 

Solve problems easily with 3D

SketchUp is one of the most accessible software for visualizing problems in 3D . Civil engineers can move data from TBC to SketchUp to get a better understanding of shapes. For example, if you have a complex site with different slopes, you can build those slopes in SketchUp to quickly get an image of the site's topography. SketchUp can also quickly show various phases of civil engineering projects, such as what a project will look like after the earthworks are done. 

Save time with connected construction workflows. 

Save time with connected construction workflows. 

Connect construction and data

Whether you are an architect, structural engineer, geospatial engineer, civil engineer, or project manager, it’s crucial to understand how every discipline on a project team uses construction technology. Better yet, you can use software across disciplines to increase productivity and break down silos between teams. 

Seamless data communication and software interoperability will help the AEC industry connect and pave the way for a better tomorrow. Try using SketchUp to save time in combination with Tekla, Site Vision and TBC, or even across a complete BIM workflow .

Ace your next project at any phase with SketchUp. Start a free trial or pick from our subscription offerings . 

*Dodge Analytics, Study reveals best practices improve construction performance, August 2016.

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