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Text Me: Do's & Don'ts of Presentation Design

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Oh yes, there are definitely some do's and don'ts to presentation design. Here are a few important things to keep in mind.

Oh yes, there are definitely some do's and don'ts to presentation design. Here are a few important things to keep in mind.

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  • Windsor the script font looks very 'now' etc, but has always been a little hard to read. I'd avoid using that font in ANY Slideshare.
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  • Great tips and love the design! great work guys! :)
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  • Good tips on Do's & Don'ts of presentation Fonts.
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  • Cool look! And BRAVO on slides 4 & 5…NICE!!!!



    But the breadth of the presentation was questionable. I agree with Craig Hadden this presentation does lack an underlying cohesiveness; a cohesiveness which can only be detected if you are a pro within this field. Emphasis on “pro” not just popular like Ethnos3. Or a communications novice like Saptarshi Chatterjee (a “software engineer” at Slideshare) Nonetheless their presentation is a good aid for beginners.
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  • Am I the only one who’s a bit baffled by this slide deck? It seems to send very mixed messages.

    On the one hand it rightly discourages overusing capitals, but on the other, much of its text is capitalised (e.g. on slides 3 to 8). Likewise, it says if you use 3 or more fonts, you may be flirting with disaster, yet it uses 3 main fonts itself (excluding the others used in font examples). And it even uses a script/serif font as part of the sentence that recommends sticking with sans serif fonts!

    Surely all that confuses the issues more than it clarifies them?
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