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  • Your slides should have plenty of “white space” or “negative space.” Do not feel compelled to fill empty areas on your slide with your logo or other unnecessary graphics or text boxes that do not contribute to better understanding. The less clutter you have on your slide, the more powerful your visual message will become.
  • The best slides may have no text at all. This may sound insane given the dependency of text slides today, but the best PowerPoint slides will be virtually meaningless with out the narration (that is you). Remember, the slides are meant to support the narration of the speaker, not make the speaker superfluous.
  • Listeners will get bored very quickly if they are asked to endure slide after slide of animation. For transitions between slides, use no more than two-three different types of transition effects and do not place transition effects between all slides.
  • You clearly need a consistent visual theme throughout your presentation, but most templates included in PowerPoint have been seen by your audience countless .Your audience expects a unique presentation with new content, otherwise why would they be attending your talk?
  • Always be asking yourself, “How much detail do I need?”
  • Color evokes feelings. Color is emotional. The right color can help persuade and motivate. Studies show that color usage can increase interest and improve learning comprehension and retention.
  • Fonts communicate subtle messages in and of themselves, which is why you should choose fonts deliberately. Use the same font set throughout your entire slide presentation, and use no more than two complementary fonts (e.g., Arial and Arial Bold)
  • Use video and audio when appropriate. Using video clips to show concrete examples promotes active cognitive processing, which is the natural way people learn.
  • According to the Segmentation Principle of multimedia learning theory, people comprehend better when information is presented in small chunks or segments. By getting out of the Slide View and into the Slide Sorter view, you can see how the logical flow of your presentation is progressing.
  • Practice the presentation so that you can speak from bullet points. The text should be a cue for the presenter rather than the full message for the audience.
  • PowerPoint allows the presenter to move forward and backwards without paging through interim slides. Practice moving forward and backward within your presentation. Your audience may want to see a previous slide or you may want to skip ahead to something of immediate relevance. Know these shortcuts:
  • As part of your practice, learn to pace your presentation. Generally, you should spend about one minute per slide. If there are time constraints, make sure that the presentation will finish on time.
  • Use proper language when presenting.
  • You'll want to tailor your message and your presentation format based on a number of factors, like the current knowledge level your audience possesses on the topic and how much it engages them. If they grasp quite a bit and (better) are already excited to hear what you have to say, then you can delve into more detail.
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Computer design and delivery ppt Computer design and delivery ppt Presentation Transcript

  • Key Presentation Design and Delivery Points Devin Mac http://www.flickr.com/photos/8 362215@N03/2978233398
  • Keep slides simple http://www.flickr.com/photos/10 4934@N03/2458535451
  • • Keep your bullets minimized http://www.flickr.com/photos/95
  • • Make little to no animation Use high quality images http://www.flickr.com/photos/97156295@N00/14136347
  • Don’t use themes Keep the slide clean
  • As you can see in this month’s numbers… http://www.flickr.com/photos/49416631@N00 /3202552975
  • Use the right color for feelings http://www.flickr.com/photos/35660391@N08 /5613751328
  • • Use appropriate and professional font http://www.flickr.com/photos/32876353@N04 /9232183203
  • Use audio when necessary http://www.flickr.com/photos/21 551833@N00/4345518893
  • Make sure your slides are in order http://www.flickr.com/photos/46742200@N07 /5387855923
  • Now that your slides are perfect here are tips for delivering your presentation… http://www.flickr.com/photos/ 49014237@N00/2282545458
  • Show up early and verify that your equipment works properly. http://www.flickr.com/photos/ 69875617@N00/3425464
  • Do not read off of the presentation. http://www.flickr.com/photos/33 /2826919785
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/ 36613169@N00/299060326 Learn to navigate your presentation in a nonlinear fashion
  • Pace Yourself http://www.flickr.com/photos/ 29233640@N07/8730739154
  • Avoid slang http://www.flickr.com/photos/ 35418298@N00/2422239746
  • Know Your Audience http://www.flickr.com/photos/5 1035555243@N01/155918164
  • Citations Page • Top ten slide tips: http://www.garrreynolds.com/preso-tips/design/ • Tips for creating and delivering an effective presentation http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint-help/tips-for-creating-and-deliveringan-effective-presentation-HA010207864.aspx • Tips for Designing and Delivering PowerPoint Presentations http://www.sc.edu/cte/guide/powerpoint/ • Tips for Delivering a Knockout Business Presentation http://presentationsoft.about.com/od/powerpointinbusiness/p/bus_delivery.htm • Tips for Effective Presentations http://www.accuconference.com/resources/effective-presentations.aspx • 10 Tips for More Effective PowerPoint Presentations http://money.howstuffworks.com/business-communications/effective-powerpointpresentations.htm#page=3