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Basic principles of design in PowerPoint

Basic principles of design in PowerPoint

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  • What needs to be removed here? T.M.I; paragraphs of information in small typeface; lists and bullet points; distracting colors and fonts; meaningless clip art; redundancy of information by making the slide the entire presenttaion; titles.
  • Use text placement as an image

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  • 1. Witty Title Here…
    T.M.I
    consistency
    bullet points
    The slide is the entire presentation
    Lists
    Lists
    Lists
    Lists
    simplicity
    Electrifying Colors
    Occasionally, I'm asked by colleagues or clients to send samples of "great slides" or "good PowerPoint." I usually hesitate to send examples of slides since my answer to the question, "what does a great PowerPoint slide look like?" is "...it depends." In a world which often thinks in terms of absolutes — "this is good, that is bad" — "it depends" is not the most popular answer.
    Creative fonts
    purpose
  • 2. presentation goals
    purpose
    audience
  • 3. color palette
    layout
    simplicity
  • 4. consistency
    fonts
    treat everything as an image
  • 5. F
    F
    serif font
    calibri
    san serif font
    times new roman
  • 6. F
    F
    calibri
    serif font
    san serif font
    times new roman
  • 7.
  • 8.
  • 9. consistency
    simplicity
    purpose
  • 10. presentation goals
    purpose
    audience
  • 11. color palette
    font
    simplicity
  • 12. consistency
    layouts
    treat everything as an image
  • 13. F
    F
    serif font
    arial
    san serif font
    times new roman