Thursday, August 29, 2013

New Graphics. Different Ways to Communicate.

My goal with Billion Dollar Graphics is to educate people on the importance of visuals, make graphics more accessible, and teach others what I have learned in my over 20+ years as an artist and designer.

Our Get My Graphic product is an extension of that goal—to offer editable visuals that are well-designed and unique to help business professionals, students, teachers, and anyone else who uses graphics to communicate their ideas. In fact, we encourage people to visually communicate their concepts because using graphics is proven to be make your presentations more memorable and easy to understand. Of course, this is true when graphics are done right.

We've recently launched a Get My Graphic Facebook page where several times a week we'll highlight a different graphic from our Get My Graphic collection and explain how you can use this image to communicate your ideas. Below is a sampling of our new graphics and suggestions for how to use them. Even if you don't need to download graphics, we hope that our site and Facebook page will spark your creativity.

Remember these graphics are fully editable in PowerPoint 2007 or higher. Plus, if you have any suggestions for new graphics, please email We're always looking for new graphic types to help make presentations and marketing materials communicate better.


A GMG user contacted us because they needed a megaphone image for their presentation. We thought that was a great idea and created a new series of icons featuring the megaphone. But we went one step further and used the megaphone as a metaphor to show the funneling of information. How else could you use this image to communicate your ideas?


I love using Peg graphics as an alternative to puzzle graphics to show synergy or how elements relate/interconnect to one another.


License plate graphics. Fully editable in PowerPoint. Change letters and numbers for what you want to say. Will make a visually interesting opening or ending slide especially if using a travel or driving metaphor in your presentation.

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