Presentation Design 
Image by daskerst 
Fordham Faculty Technology Center 
www.fordham.edu/ftc 
Created by Kristen Treglia...
DESIGN BASICS 
Image by brtsergio
by JD Hancock
by JD Hancock
by JD Hancock
by JD Hancock
by JD Hancock
by Peter E. Lee (catching up)
Examples…
4 sample slides 
Like a Teenager 
is the 
of emotion 
Keeping it simple 
doesn’t have to be hard work 
transfer Communicat...
What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? 
What Leads to Intrinsic Motivation? 
Following these basic rules: 
1. Simplicity 
…...
What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? 
14 
What Leads to Intrinsic Motivation? 
Following these basic rules: 
1. Simplicit...
Instead…
What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? 
black 
by .robbie via Flickr 
Image by cathcuk
What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? 
Image by Paul Watsonvia
What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? 
Image by Stéphane Giner
Design resources Image by Kat...
Making presentations in the TED style 
TED has earned a lot of attention over the years 
for many reason, including the na...
1. Thou Shalt Not Simply Trot Out thy Usual Shtick. 
2. Thou Shalt Dream a Great Dream, or Show Forth a Wondrous New Thing...
Images 
s_falkow
Where can I 
FINDimages? 
Image by andercismo
Image by Kat...
Image by technovore
Attribution 
You let others copy, 
distribute, display, and perform your copyrighted work – 
and derivative works based up...
Attribution 
No Derivative Works 
You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform 
only verbatim copies of your copy...
Attribution 
No Derivative Works Noncommercial 
You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform 
your work – and der...
Attribution 
No Derivative Works Noncommercial Share Alike 
You allow others to distribute derivative works 
only under a ...
Check this box!
My favorites on Flickr
Image by sparkieblues 
How do I get 
IMAGES 
into PowerPoint?
Saving 
Images 
1. Find an image from the web 
2. Save the image (right click on the image and select “Save As” or “Save T...
Formatting 
1. Click on the image 
2. Click on the “Format” tab that appears once the image has been selected 
*PowerPoint...
Image by Chris JL 
PART THREE: TOOLS AND APPLICATIONS 
Tools 
and Applications
NAME ABOUT WEBSITE 
Slideshare Upload, search, embed, and add 
video/audio 
Prezi Non‐linear, upload, search, embed, 
and ...
How do create 
Animation 
on a slide? 
Image by by Balthus Van Tassel
Creating 
Custom Animation 
Tip 
1. Click the “Animations” Tab 
2. Click “Custom Animation” 
3. Click on the object/text t...
How do I embed a 
Narration 
Into PowerPoint? 
Image by AV Hire London
Record using Audacity (or other audio recording/editing software), 
Import File by Slide 
1. Record/edit audio with Audaci...
Record using 
Tip 
PowerPoint 
1. Click the “Slide Show” tab 
2. Select “Record Narration” 
3. When ready to record click ...
How do I embed a 
YouTube 
video? 
tv 
by vudutv via Flickr
Live 
(must have an internet connection) 
METHOD 1 
http://www.youtube.com/v/zDZFcDGpL4U 
1. Go to the YouTube video page ...
Live 
(must have an internet connection) 
METHOD 2 
Download a plugin like iSpring Free or YouTube Video Wizard* that will...
Offline 
(no internet connection) 
1. Download YouTube video to either .wmv or .avi format (see link below) 
2. Click the ...
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  1. 1. Presentation Design Image by daskerst Fordham Faculty Technology Center www.fordham.edu/ftc Created by Kristen Treglia @kris10_ Image by .SantiMB
  2. 2. DESIGN BASICS Image by brtsergio
  3. 3. by JD Hancock
  4. 4. by JD Hancock
  5. 5. by JD Hancock
  6. 6. by JD Hancock
  7. 7. by JD Hancock
  8. 8. by Peter E. Lee (catching up)
  9. 9. Examples…
  10. 10. 4 sample slides Like a Teenager is the of emotion Keeping it simple doesn’t have to be hard work transfer Communication ~Seth Godin A drop … by Ragesh Vasudevan via Flickr Saetta 2 by Hop‐Frog via Flickr Day twenty seven by magiccyril via Flickr Do you feel lucky? The Big Apple by TrevinC via Flickr
  11. 11. What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? What Leads to Intrinsic Motivation? Following these basic rules: 1. Simplicity …using negative/white space, not using overly detailed images, no clip art 2. Theme …using a single unified theme, do NOT use the PPT templates 3. Bullets …DO NOT USE BULLETS, use one slide per design idea 4. Font …use a font consistently, do NOT use Comic Sans, Calibri is a good change from the default 5. Color …use the same color palette, ADA compliant, contrasting/complementary colors
  12. 12. What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? 14 What Leads to Intrinsic Motivation? Following these basic rules: 1. Simplicity …using negative/white space, not using overly detailed images, no clip art 2. Theme …using a single unified theme, do NOT use the PPT templates 3. Bullets …DO NOT USE BULLETS, use one slide per design idea 4. Font …use a font consistently, do NOT use Comic Sans, Calibri is a good change from the default 5. Color …use the same color palette, ADA compliant, contrasting/complementary colors
  13. 13. Instead…
  14. 14. What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? black by .robbie via Flickr Image by cathcuk
  15. 15. What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? Image by Paul Watsonvia
  16. 16. What Leads to Good PowerPoint design? Image by Stéphane Giner
  17. 17. Design resources Image by Kat...
  18. 18. Making presentations in the TED style TED has earned a lot of attention over the years for many reason, including the nature and Quality of its short-form conference Presentations. All presenters lucky enough to Be asked to speak at TED are given 18-minute Slots maximum (some are for even less time Such as 3- and 6-minute slots). Some who Present at TED are not used to speaking on a Large stage, or are at least not used to speaking On their topic with strict time restraints. TED Does not make a big deal publicly out of the TED Commandments, but many TED presenters have referenced the speaking guidelines in their talks and in their Blogs over the years (e.g., Ben Saunders).
  19. 19. 1. Thou Shalt Not Simply Trot Out thy Usual Shtick. 2. Thou Shalt Dream a Great Dream, or Show Forth a Wondrous New Thing, Or Share Something Thou Hast Never Shared Before. 3. Thou Shalt Reveal thy Curiosity and Thy Passion. 4. Thou Shalt Tell a Story. 5. Thou Shalt Freely Comment on the Utterances of Other Speakers for the Sake of Blessed Connection and Exquisite Controversy. 6. Thou Shalt Not Flaunt thine Ego. Be Thou Vulnerable. Speak of thy Failure as well as thy Success. 7. Thou Shalt Not Sell from the Stage: Neither thy Company, thy Goods, thy Writings, nor thy Desperate need for Funding; Lest Thou be Cast Aside into Outer Darkness. 8. Thou Shalt Remember all the while: Laughter is Good. 9. Thou Shalt Not Read thy Speech. 10. Thou Shalt Not Steal the Time of Them that Follow Thee. Image by Fergal of Claddagh
  20. 20. Images s_falkow
  21. 21. Where can I FINDimages? Image by andercismo
  22. 22. Image by Kat...
  23. 23. Image by technovore
  24. 24. Attribution You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your copyrighted work – and derivative works based upon it – but only if they give you credit
  25. 25. Attribution No Derivative Works You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform only verbatim copies of your copyrighted work, not derivative works based upon it
  26. 26. Attribution No Derivative Works Noncommercial You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your work – and derivative works based upon it – but for noncommercial purposes only.
  27. 27. Attribution No Derivative Works Noncommercial Share Alike You allow others to distribute derivative works only under a license identical to the license that governs your work
  28. 28. Check this box!
  29. 29. My favorites on Flickr
  30. 30. Image by sparkieblues How do I get IMAGES into PowerPoint?
  31. 31. Saving Images 1. Find an image from the web 2. Save the image (right click on the image and select “Save As” or “Save Target As”) note: make sure to remember where you saved the image and the file name of the image 3. Open PowerPoint 4. Click the “Insert” tab 5. Click “Picture” 6. Browse for your file and then click “Open” Tip Use a folder to save your PPT file and all the images/multimedia you use
  32. 32. Formatting 1. Click on the image 2. Click on the “Format” tab that appears once the image has been selected *PowerPoint 2007 Images Tips Use the handles on the image to resize/rotate the image “Crop” tool clips an image Preset “Picture Styles” for ease/consistancy “Remove Background” to simplify images
  33. 33. Image by Chris JL PART THREE: TOOLS AND APPLICATIONS Tools and Applications
  34. 34. NAME ABOUT WEBSITE Slideshare Upload, search, embed, and add video/audio Prezi Non‐linear, upload, search, embed, and add video/audio Slidesix Include notes, upload, search, embed, and add video/audio 280 Slides Upload (to Slideshare), embed, and add video/audio Vcasmo Upload, search, embed, and add video/audio Brainshark Upload, search, embed, and add video/audio http://www.slideshare.net http://prezi.com http://slidesix.com http://280slides.com http://www.vcasmo.com http://www.brainshark.com
  35. 35. How do create Animation on a slide? Image by by Balthus Van Tassel
  36. 36. Creating Custom Animation Tip 1. Click the “Animations” Tab 2. Click “Custom Animation” 3. Click on the object/text to animate on the slide 4. From the Custom Animation pane click “Add Effect”, select an effect If you have many objects on a slide that you want to animate, click the “Home” tab, then click the “Select” button and select “Selection Pane…” to create names for objects/text as well as make them visible or invisible on the slide and timeline
  37. 37. How do I embed a Narration Into PowerPoint? Image by AV Hire London
  38. 38. Record using Audacity (or other audio recording/editing software), Import File by Slide 1. Record/edit audio with Audacity (see tech tip) 2. Export sound file as .mp3 3. Click the “Insert” tab 4. Click the “Sound” icon and select “Sound from file…” 5. Browse for the file and click “Ok” 6. Select either play sound “Automatically” or “When Clicked” on the dialog box that appears Tip Right clicking the sound icon created opens a menu with additional options
  39. 39. Record using Tip PowerPoint 1. Click the “Slide Show” tab 2. Select “Record Narration” 3. When ready to record click “Record” and select the option to play “Automatically” or “When Clicked” Right clicking the sound icon created opens a menu with additional options
  40. 40. How do I embed a YouTube video? tv by vudutv via Flickr
  41. 41. Live (must have an internet connection) METHOD 1 http://www.youtube.com/v/zDZFcDGpL4U 1. Go to the YouTube video page you'd like to add, copy the URL 2. Change the "watch?v=" phrase of the code to be "/v/“ (for example “http://www.youtube.com/v/zDZFcDGpL4U”) 3. Click the “File”, select "PowerPoint Options" and make sure the "Show Development tab in the Ribbon" box is checked off under the “Customize Ribbon” options 4. Click the "Developer" tab 5. Click the icon for "More Controls" , select "Shockwave Flash Object" 6. Use your mouse to draw and resize an area in the slide where you would like to place the YouTube video 7. Right‐click the box, select "Properties" 8. Paste the YouTube address into the movie field
  42. 42. Live (must have an internet connection) METHOD 2 Download a plugin like iSpring Free or YouTube Video Wizard* that will let you embed YouTube videos into PowerPoint with only a few clicks
  43. 43. Offline (no internet connection) 1. Download YouTube video to either .wmv or .avi format (see link below) 2. Click the "Insert" tab 3. Click "Movie" and select "Movie from File" 4. Browse for the movie file Free to download YouTube Downloader Caution, be careful not to click on any advertising links Free to use online This is the correct “Download” button!

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