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DESIGNINGPRESENTATIONS    Principles from the     Most of All TimePresentations              Loved
Hi, my name is Akash and I’m apublic speaking and presentationskills coach. I analyzed some ofthe “Most Loved Presentation...
In this presentation, you will discover tenprinciples for designing sexy and effectivepresentations, along with sample sli...
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Sample Sexy Slide by: Brady Gilchrist
Use large text with strong colors to  make your slide eye-catching
Sample Sexy Slide by: Andrew Chen
Use intriguing and unconventionalimages to grab audience attention
Sample Sexy Slide by: Jesse Dee
Combine powerful images with text tocreate a bold & powerful opening slide
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Sample Sexy Slide by: Jesse Dee
Use a shocking title to hook youraudience into your presentation
Sample Sexy Slide by: Marta Kagan
Arouse your audience’s curiosity with a              question
Sample Sexy Slide by: Drew McLellan
Offer your audience acompelling benefit in your title
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Sample Sexy Slide by: Emiland
Create a beautiful color scheme    or theme and stick to it
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Sample Sexy Slide by: Garr Reynolds
Don’t write long paragraphs.Your presentation is not a document!
Sample Sexy Slide by: Emiland
People should be able to look at your slides and get the main message in 3 seconds
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Sample Sexy Slide by: Garr Reynolds
Offer only one idea per slide
Sample Sexy Slide by: Garr Reynolds
Don’t Overwhelm Your Audience      with too much info
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Sample Sexy Slides by: www.CommunicationSkillsTips.com
Keep your structure    visible
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Sample Sexy Slide by: Slides That Rock
Spice up your slide with interesting fonts
Sample Sexy Slide by: Chiara Ojeda
Different fonts convey different feelings.Find the font that conveys the right feeling.
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Sample Sexy Slide by: Garr Reynolds
Adding a slight rotation to text and images      makes them more interesting
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Sample Sexy Slide by: Garr Reynolds
3 days after a presentation , most people only remember 10% of what they hear
Sample Sexy Slide by: Garr Reynolds
If you add a picture, recall shoots up to 65%
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Sample Sexy Slide by: Joao Paulo Alves
Simple, uncluttered slides with powerful  images are your best bet for creating        powerful presentations
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1. Create a Killer Opening Slide2. Craft an Intriguing Title3. Stick to a Theme4. Keep Text on each Slide to a Minimum5. O...
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  1. 1. DESIGNINGPRESENTATIONS Principles from the Most of All TimePresentations Loved
  2. 2. Hi, my name is Akash and I’m apublic speaking and presentationskills coach. I analyzed some ofthe “Most Loved Presentationsof All Time” on Slideshare tofind out what made the slides soeffective and popular…
  3. 3. In this presentation, you will discover tenprinciples for designing sexy and effectivepresentations, along with sample slides fromsome of the best presentations onSlideshare. So let’s dive into the firstprinciple...
  4. 4. 1
  5. 5. Sample Sexy Slide by: Brady Gilchrist
  6. 6. Use large text with strong colors to make your slide eye-catching
  7. 7. Sample Sexy Slide by: Andrew Chen
  8. 8. Use intriguing and unconventionalimages to grab audience attention
  9. 9. Sample Sexy Slide by: Jesse Dee
  10. 10. Combine powerful images with text tocreate a bold & powerful opening slide
  11. 11. 2
  12. 12. Sample Sexy Slide by: Jesse Dee
  13. 13. Use a shocking title to hook youraudience into your presentation
  14. 14. Sample Sexy Slide by: Marta Kagan
  15. 15. Arouse your audience’s curiosity with a question
  16. 16. Sample Sexy Slide by: Drew McLellan
  17. 17. Offer your audience acompelling benefit in your title
  18. 18. 3
  19. 19. Sample Sexy Slide by: Emiland
  20. 20. Create a beautiful color scheme or theme and stick to it
  21. 21. 4
  22. 22. Sample Sexy Slide by: Garr Reynolds
  23. 23. Don’t write long paragraphs.Your presentation is not a document!
  24. 24. Sample Sexy Slide by: Emiland
  25. 25. People should be able to look at your slides and get the main message in 3 seconds
  26. 26. 5
  27. 27. Sample Sexy Slide by: Garr Reynolds
  28. 28. Offer only one idea per slide
  29. 29. Sample Sexy Slide by: Garr Reynolds
  30. 30. Don’t Overwhelm Your Audience with too much info
  31. 31. 6
  32. 32. Sample Sexy Slides by: www.CommunicationSkillsTips.com
  33. 33. Keep your structure visible
  34. 34. 7
  35. 35. Sample Sexy Slide by: Slides That Rock
  36. 36. Spice up your slide with interesting fonts
  37. 37. Sample Sexy Slide by: Chiara Ojeda
  38. 38. Different fonts convey different feelings.Find the font that conveys the right feeling.
  39. 39. 8
  40. 40. Sample Sexy Slide by: Garr Reynolds
  41. 41. Adding a slight rotation to text and images makes them more interesting
  42. 42. 9
  43. 43. Sample Sexy Slide by: Garr Reynolds
  44. 44. 3 days after a presentation , most people only remember 10% of what they hear
  45. 45. Sample Sexy Slide by: Garr Reynolds
  46. 46. If you add a picture, recall shoots up to 65%
  47. 47. 10
  48. 48. Sample Sexy Slide by: Joao Paulo Alves
  49. 49. Simple, uncluttered slides with powerful images are your best bet for creating powerful presentations
  50. 50.
  51. 51. 1. Create a Killer Opening Slide2. Craft an Intriguing Title3. Stick to a Theme4. Keep Text on each Slide to a Minimum5. Only one idea per slide6. Make your structure clear through Numbering7. Make use of Interesting Fonts8. Experiment with Rotating Text9. Include Stunning Visuals10. Keep it Simple
  52. 52. Grab your FREE Bonuses (Worth $29)Discover the SpeakingSecretsof the World’s BestSpeakers(40 page e-book - FREE).Get it free by signing up onwww.CommunicationSkillsTips.com
  53. 53. Grab your FREE Bonuses (Worth $29) Discover how to create Captivating Speech Openings (FREE E-Book)Get it free by signing up for blog updates on:www.CommunicationSkillsTips.com
  54. 54. • Get FREE presentation themesThemes • Learn how to design great themes • Grab 3 FREE eBooks onEBooks Presentation Skills • Get free tools and tips on how to Tips deliver powerful presentations
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