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Designing a presentation
Designing a presentation
Designing a presentation
Designing a presentation
Designing a presentation
Designing a presentation
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Designing a presentation

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  • 1. Designing a Presentation PRESENTED BY D. CANNING
  • 2. Designing a Presentation 2 Identify the purpose of the presentation Identify the audience Identify the goals you expect to achieve Evaluate the content Establish a format and use itD. Canning FIT 1000 11/18/2005
  • 3. Purpose of Presentation 3 Capture attention and explain concept Graphics help people remember  10% of what they read  20% of what they hear  30% of what they see  70% of what they see and hearD. Canning FIT 1000 11/18/2005
  • 4. Identify Audience 4 Characteristics of audience determine which presentation media to use • Overheads best for lighted rooms and for group size less than 40 • Electronic presentation to any size audience • 35mm slides for formal presentation to any size audienceD. Canning FIT 1000 11/18/2005
  • 5. Identify Goals 5 If selling a product, focus on why product is best for this audience If presenting a study, give the results rather than a history of the studyD. Canning FIT 1000 11/18/2005
  • 6. Establish Format and Use It 6 Be consistent with color attributes Use bold and italics sparingly Use no more than two font types and styles Remember:  K.I.S. (Keep It Simple)  C.C.C. (Clutter Creates Confusion)D. Canning FIT 1000 11/18/2005
  • 7. Technology in Presentations 7 Software  Hardware  PhotoShop  Laptops  Projectors Dreamweaver  LCD Monitors  Flash  Kiosks Web Documents  Flat Screens  PowerPoint  Movie ScreensD. Canning FIT 1000 11/18/2005
  • 8. 8 HTML Presentations Web Hypertext Markup Language Presentations Internet Access Web Browser Notepad Dream Weaver Internet ConnectionD. Canning FIT 1000 11/18/2005
  • 9. Life Cycle of Presentations 9D. Canning FIT 1000 11/18/2005

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