This past week's revelation of a secret government program to monitor data on citizen communications was bolstered by classified documents that were leaked to news media. The files related to the PRISM program included a PowerPoint presentation crammed with jumbled information, garish illustrations, and nearly inscrutable infographics, in typical government bureaucrat style. Slate took the first crack at a redesign on Friday, giving the presentation a sleeker look. Now New York City designer Victoria Nece has taken it a step further with an ultra-modern logo and minimalist presentation of information stretched over seven slides. "There’s obviously some powerful cutting-edge tech behind what you’re doing, so why not look like a slick web startup?" she asks.