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Tips and tricks on how to create a more effective powerpoint presentation

Tips and tricks on how to create a more effective powerpoint presentation

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    Tips for Effective Presentations Tips for Effective Presentations Presentation Transcript

    • POWERPOINT PRESENTATION
      DOs &
      DON’Ts
    • Your best to remember the following…
      DO
    • DON’T
      Choose Serif fonts like
      Times New Roman
      They are harder to read on a screen
    • Use san-serif fonts like
      Ariel, Gil Sans, or Century Gothic
      They are easier on the eye
      DO
    • DON’T
      Underline words for emphasis
      People mistake these for hyperlinks and
      they are harder to read.
    • DO
      Vary a font’ssize, styleorcolor for emphasis
      or group words together *
      *But avoid doing it all on one slide
    • DON’T
      Use visually complex fonts
      Especiallyavarietyofthem
    • Choose easy to read fonts
      &
      Stay in a font family
      DO
    • DON’T
      Use fonts that are smaller than
      24 points
      Any smaller and it can’t be read easily from a distance
    • DO
      Back up about 2 feet
      Watch your presentation
      See if you can read everything
    • DON’T
    • DO
      Choose a color palette & layout style
      And stick with it
    • DON’T
      Fill up the screen with lots and lots information written in sentence form. Or even bullet after bullet after bullet. The visuals in your presentation should help guide your speaking, not replace it. People can read faster than they can speak, and they don’t want to hear you just read from the slides. Plus, the more you put on a slide, the smaller the text will get and the smaller the text gets, the harder it is to read. Then, you will annoy your audience as they try to follow along, but falter in their attempts. An annoyed audience is not a happy audience and an unhappy audience won’t really give you the attention your hard and carefully researched presentation deserves. In other words, did you really read all of this? Would you expect your audience to?
    • DO
      DO
      Choose only key points to highlight
      Follow a 7 words / 6 lines guideline
      Make every slide matter
    • DON’T
      Use visually complex backgrounds
    • DO
      Change the pace by adding
      relevant video and website links*
      *Just make sure you’ve loaded those pages ahead of time
    • DON’T
      Go crazy with sound effects and animations*
      *Imagine many things spinning & whizzing around on the page
    • Use backgrounds that don’t compete with the message
    • DON’T
      Include werds that are spellledincorractly
      Include incorrect information
    • DO
      Check your spelling
      Proofread each slide
      Make sure all information is correct
    • DON’T
      Overload slides with images
      Copy and paste images from the Internet
    • DO
      Choose images
      that match
      your message
      p.s. That‘s jazz great Dizzy Gillespie looking for the right picture
    • DON’T
      Simply read off the screen
    • DO
      Practice ahead of time
      Make notes for reference
      Look at the audience
    • DON’T
      Forget to review your main points
    • DO
      Credit your sources*
      Web Resources
      Works Used & Consulted
      Colourlovers.com – great for finding color palettes
      Flickr.com – find free images open to public use
      Slideshare.net – see how others approach the same idea
      Huber, Elaine. “PPT Dos and Don’ts.” accessed Oct. 25, 2010. http://www.slideshare.net/elainehuber/ppts-dos-and-donts.
      Desjardins, Jesse. “Steal this presentation.” accessed Oct. 22, 2010. http://www.slideshare.net/GlobalGossip/ steal-this-presentation-5038209.
      Marcello, Tom. “Dizzy Gillespie – contact sheet.” accessed Oct. 26, 2010. http://www.flickr.com/photos/tommarcello/435710613/in/faves-78239079@N00/.
      *Images can be sited throughout the presentation or on the very last slide
    • Created by K. Covintree
      Fall 2010
      That’s it!Thanks for Watching!