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How to createfor presentations                    Image via Kevin Dooley
slides can                        look great and                        be informativeImage via John Antoni
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If in doubt, think
Image via Lord Jim
Find a fantastic free   (or three)           Arial     Times new roman                  Pacifico       Comic sans         ...
is an awesome resource
has a great collection
has fonts too
Choose and use a   scheme:
has loads of colour ideas
let’s you easily create your own palettes
but instantly recognisable brands use it
easy-peasy
Hmmmm……
hoodwolly
KatKit
Yawoo!
Even works in                Even works in
yawoo!
Even with
Doddle
But I digress, back to
Use nice           Image via Seanmcgrath
make use of              Image via Brett Jordan
and
an entire community ofawesome photos fromreal people who share them
hastonnes of immense icons
You just have to find and                            Image via remography
search multiple image           sites with
is super coolat finding creativecommons photos
but remember the creative commons                                    Image via VinothChandar
You don’t have to use images for everything, the key is to
My process:
One more super cool
helps identify colours basedon an image url.
More slide inspiration
more Flickr image inspiration
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  1. 1. How to createfor presentations Image via Kevin Dooley
  2. 2. slides can look great and be informativeImage via John Antoni
  3. 3. this this this this this this this this this this this this this this thisthis this this this this this this this this this this this this this thisthis this this this this this this this this this this this this this thisthis this this this this this this this this this this this this this thisthis this this this this this this this this this this this this this thisthis this this this this this this this this this this this this this thisthis this this this this this this this this this this this this this thisthis this this this this this this this this this this this this this thisthis this and this.
  4. 4. More of and
  5. 5. If in doubt, think
  6. 6. Image via Lord Jim
  7. 7. Find a fantastic free (or three) Arial Times new roman Pacifico Comic sans Bree serif
  8. 8. is an awesome resource
  9. 9. has a great collection
  10. 10. has fonts too
  11. 11. Choose and use a scheme:
  12. 12. has loads of colour ideas
  13. 13. let’s you easily create your own palettes
  14. 14. but instantly recognisable brands use it
  15. 15. easy-peasy
  16. 16. Hmmmm……
  17. 17. hoodwolly
  18. 18. KatKit
  19. 19. Yawoo!
  20. 20. Even works in Even works in
  21. 21. yawoo!
  22. 22. Even with
  23. 23. Doddle
  24. 24. But I digress, back to
  25. 25. Use nice Image via Seanmcgrath
  26. 26. make use of Image via Brett Jordan
  27. 27. and
  28. 28. an entire community ofawesome photos fromreal people who share them
  29. 29. hastonnes of immense icons
  30. 30. You just have to find and Image via remography
  31. 31. search multiple image sites with
  32. 32. is super coolat finding creativecommons photos
  33. 33. but remember the creative commons Image via VinothChandar
  34. 34. You don’t have to use images for everything, the key is to
  35. 35. My process:
  36. 36. One more super cool
  37. 37. helps identify colours basedon an image url.
  38. 38. More slide inspiration
  39. 39. more Flickr image inspiration
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