Article by Garr Reynolds, stating the most important tips to give a proper presentation
Don’t go too crazy with your slides and feel the need to fill every spot on the page.
The less text, the more attention the slide or presentation is going to grab the audience. No audience wants to read 20 bullet points on one slide. They’re going to be more focused on that then your actual presentation itself.
The audience is going to be more focused on the information rather than the cool effects taking place within the slides.
The more high quality graphics used, the more it makes a statement rather than a clipart style photo.
Don’t use the original templates given. Get creative, nobody wants to see a template that they often see in all presentations.
Using your colors well helps bring out the slides and grabs more attention.
Charts depict information easier for people to comprehend.
Appropriate fonts help people read and understand the information better.
Grabbing information from the media always helps with supporting information you have in your slides.
Keeping your slides organized allows it to make sense and becomes more appropriate.
By Andre Bond