With a big presentation on the horizon, you’re probably already preparing. You’ve got a few handwritten notes of your most important points for your back pocket, but now it’s time to figure out your finishing touches—those tangible things that will elevate this meeting in the minds of your attendees.

If the first person to proclaim “print is dead” was correct, print would have died in the 1960s. That prediction from Marshall McLuhan wasn’t true when he predicted television would displace books, it wasn’t true when Harold Ramis’ character uttered it in 1984’s Ghostbusters—and it’s certainly not true today.