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  • 1. Week 7 – Designing PPT Step 4 - Design
  • 2. Step 4 – PowerPoint Design Delivery Practice Design Support Structure Planning Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6
  • 3. Today’s Outline
    • Current thoughts about PPT
    • Cognitive Processing
      • How our brains work
    • Five types of “overload” & how to win-over
    • Gary Reynolds – Top 10 Slide Tips
  • 4. Review - Tools to visually support…
    • Chalk and dry-erase boards
    • Flip charts and poster board
    • Handouts
    • Presentation Software
      • Microsoft PowerPoint
      • Apple Keynote
    • Presenters body language
  • 5. Review - Presentation Software
    • Advantages
      • Large display
      • Prepared in advance
      • Video & Audio capable
    • Disadvantages
      • Technical difficulty
  • 6. Microsoft PowerPoint facts
    • Over 400 million copies in circulation
    • 20-30 m presentations are given daily
    • #1 Software choice of MNCs
  • 7. The New Yorker magazine
  • 8. Edward Tufte says… “ PowerPoint is Evil ”
  • 9. John Sweller says…
  • 10. Seth Godin says… “ PowerPoint could be the most powerful tool on your computer. But it’s not.”
  • 11.
    • … blaming a pencil for a bad book”
    “ Blaming PPT for a bad presentation is like…
  • 12. learn through Cross-Pollination
  • 13. MULTI- MEDIA LEARNING
    • Richard E. Mayer
  • 14. What is . . . Overload
  • 15. Information Overload
    • Having too much
    • information to
    • make a decision
  • 16. Reduce PowerPoint overload by …
    • presenting information in a simple clear way
  • 17.  
  • 18. 1. Dual Channels
  • 19. 2. Limited Capacity
  • 20. 3. Time to select, organize and integrate
  • 21. 5 tips to reduce visual overload by…
    • The Signaling Principle – “Hinting”
    • The Segmenting Principle – “Separating”
    • The Modality Principle – “Delivery”
    • The Multimedia Principle – “+1 forms”
    • The Coherence Principle – “consistent”
  • 22. 1. Using full-sentence Headlines helps the audience Learn from the daily newspapers
  • 23. 2. Spreading information across slides
    • Make use of slide sorter view
  • 24. 3. Limiting words on the slides
  • 25. 4. Supporting your message with pictures
  • 26. 5. Removing all but key information
  • 27. Questions to ask yourself…
    • Do your slides contain…
    • …only words?
    • …words that you also speak?
    • …information you don’t explain?
    • …lots of information on a single page?
    • Do you pause for a long time on a single slide?
  • 28. Remember PPT is just a Visual Tool
    • PPT must be…
    • Meaningful
    • Clear
    • Efficient
  • 29.
    • Marty Neumeier author of…
  • 30. Design is not about decoration or making things pretty. Design is about making things clear , and making meaning of the story.
  • 31. 10 Slide Tips Gary Reynolds Presentation Zen
  • 32.
    • Keep it simple
    • Include “white space” or “negative space”
  • 33. 2. Limit bullet points & text
  • 34. 3. Limit transitions
    • No distracting custom animation
    • Checkerboards
    • Fly Ins
    • Circles
    • Boomerangs
    • Float
    • Flips
    • NO SOUNDS
  • 35. 3a. Use builds to focus the audience
    • Progressively show connected ideas
    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3
    • Headline
    • First point
    • Big Bullet
  • 36. 4. Use high quality graphics
    • Try to avoid
    • PPT clip art
    • Stretching low resolution photo to fit screen
  • 37. 5. Have a visual theme, but avoid PPT templates
    • Prepare for a light room presentation
    • High contrast
      • Light background
      • Dark letters
  • 38. Outline
    • Customer’s need
    • Benefits for 7-11
    • How to Operate the Plan ?
    • Conclusion
  • 39. 5. Have a visual theme, but avoid PPT templates
    • Does the Text contrast or blend in?
  • 40. 5. Have a visual theme, but avoid PPT templates
    • Contrast or blend?
  • 41. 5. Have a visual theme, but avoid PPT templates
    • What does the back picture add?
  • 42. 5. Have a visual theme, but avoid PPT templates
    • What about here?
  • 43. 6. Use appropriate charts
    • Choose the best fitting visual
    • Emphasize key information
      • Highlighting (font size, color, bold, circle)
      • Repeat key info
    • Minimize “noise”
  • 44. Pie Chart Vertical Bar Chart Horizontal Bar Chart Line Chart - Forecasting
  • 45. Which, more dramatically, shows Group A’s superiority ? What if you were group B?
  • 46. 7. Use Color well
  • 47. Primary Colors
  • 48. Secondary Colors
  • 49. Warm colors Cool colors
  • 50. Analogous color scheme
    • Pros
    • Easy to use
    • Looks rich
    • Cons
    • Lacks color contrast
    • Tip
    • Avoid mixing warm and cools
  • 51. Complementary color scheme
    • Pros
    • Strong contrast
    • Maximum attention
    • Cons
    • Harder to balance
    • Tip
    • Cools vs. Warms
  • 52. Microsoft - Colors Scheme
    • Steps
    • Format  Slide Design  Color Schemes
    • Background color
    • Text-and-lines
    • Shadows
    • Title text
  • 53. Color Website
    • www.colourlovers.com
  • 54. 8. Choose your one FONT well
    • Think simple
    • BIG is better
    • Sans are safe
    • Use font compliments
      • Arial and Arial Bold
  • 55. Serif Fonts
    • Includes a serif , a non-structural detail on the ends of some of the strokes that make up letters and symbols.
    S
  • 56. Sans Serif fonts
    • Sans Serif - NO "serifs" at the end of strokes. French word sans , meaning "without".
    S S
  • 57. Chinese Fonts Serif font Sans Serif
  • 58. 9. Use video or audio
  • 59. 10. Spend time in slide sorter
  • 60.
    • PowerPoint
    • is
    • NOT
  • 61.
    • Teleprompter
  • 62.
    • Full Report
  • 63.
    • A way to teach your audience everything
  • 64.
    • Tool to help
    • You Connect with your Audience
  • 65.
    • Teach the Most Important points
  • 66.
    • Education
    • and
    • Persuade