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These colours contrastThese colours don’t contrastThese colours don’t contrastThese colours contrast(harder to read?
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Use no more than two fonts per presentation.And a text font.Keep fonts above 24pt if possible• Limit your use of bullet points!• They are killers to an interesting presentation!• They aren’t called bullets for nothing!
• There is a lot of information on this slide• It is in a small font and each bullet forms a sentence.• There is no way the audience is going to read every bullet point on this slide.• There is even less chance they will be able to write it all down.• While the audience is focusing on the tiny font and dense text they are not listening to the speaker.• You can be sure that by the time they get to this bullet point their brains are screaming to stop!!• Provide a handout so the audience can listen and attend to the speaker fully• Has anyone even gotten this far???
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