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Halloween Safety                By               Arlen               WalkerOctober 31, 2011
Halloween Safety                        By                   Arlen Walker
5Princi ples
Balance   5Princip  les
Balance           Contras   5          tPrincip  les
Design
Design         Shape
Design         Color
Balance                  Contras   5                 tPrincip  les           Repetiti             on
Balance                            Contras             5                 t          Princip            lesAlignme   nt    ...
gnmAli            ent
Ali   gnm   ent
“Someone youcan count on?”
“Someone youcan count on?”
“Someone youcan count on?”
BalanceProximi                          Contras  ty                                t                  5                Pri...
BalanceProximi                          Contras  ty                                t                  5                Pri...
1st Qtr                                           2nd Qtr                                           3rd Qtr               ...
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0      1st Qtr   2nd Qtr   3rd Qtr   4th QtrShows Precise Relationships & Data Over Time
0        2       4      6       8   101st Qtr2nd Qtr3rd Qtr4th Qtr              Best for Comparing Quantities
9    $8.2 Million876543210     1st Qtr       2nd Qtr   3rd Qtr   4th Qtr           Best for Showing Trends
Survey Responses543210    Always     Sometimes   Seldom   Never
Survey Responses                               4.5 3.7                       3.3             2.5Always    Sometimes   Seld...
Pet Preferences       0   20    40   60   80   100DogCatBirdFish
76%prefer dogs
Animatewisely, you  must!
John Jay
Principles of Presentation Design:     Think like a design pro          By Art HouseDirector of Crazy Penguin Grafix
Principles ofPresentation Design                 Think like a design pro                                  Art House       ...
Principles ofPresentation Design                  Think like a design pro                                   Art House     ...
Never Give A Presentation That Leaves Them Sleeping
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
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Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour
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2nd Hour of our Presentation Design workshop for teachers at the Integrating Technology workshops.

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  • Welcome., etc.
  • Another effective way to use contrast is in size.When using size, make sure that you put things in places that can accentuate the differences between the sizes.On this slide the “big” point is on the top left side of the slide, where your eye naturally goes when you first look at the slide.The “little” point is almost hidden because your eye has to work to find it, which is what you want with your contrast.
  • Another effective way to use contrast is in size.When using size, make sure that you put things in places that can accentuate the differences between the sizes.On this slide the “big” point is on the top left side of the slide, where your eye naturally goes when you first look at the slide.The “little” point is almost hidden because your eye has to work to find it, which is what you want with your contrast.
  • Another effective way to use contrast is in size.When using size, make sure that you put things in places that can accentuate the differences between the sizes.On this slide the “big” point is on the top left side of the slide, where your eye naturally goes when you first look at the slide.The “little” point is almost hidden because your eye has to work to find it, which is what you want with your contrast.
  • We never developed the ability to utilize liquid calories.
  • We never developed the ability to utilize liquid calories.
  • We never developed the ability to utilize liquid calories.
  • We never developed the ability to utilize liquid calories.
  • We never developed the ability to utilize liquid calories.
  • We never developed the ability to utilize liquid calories.
  • We never developed the ability to utilize liquid calories.
  • We never developed the ability to utilize liquid calories.
  • We never developed the ability to utilize liquid calories.
  • We never developed the ability to utilize liquid calories.
  • We never developed the ability to utilize liquid calories.
  • We never developed the ability to utilize liquid calories.
  • We never developed the ability to utilize liquid calories.
  • We never developed the ability to utilize liquid calories.
  • In the words of Yoda, “Animate wisely, you must”
  • Transcript of "Beyond Bullets - 2nd Hour"

    1. 1. Continued….
    2. 2. Halloween Safety By Arlen WalkerOctober 31, 2011
    3. 3. Halloween Safety By Arlen Walker
    4. 4. 5Princi ples
    5. 5. Balance 5Princip les
    6. 6. Balance Contras 5 tPrincip les
    7. 7. Design
    8. 8. Design Shape
    9. 9. Design Color
    10. 10. Balance Contras 5 tPrincip les Repetiti on
    11. 11. Balance Contras 5 t Princip lesAlignme nt Repetiti on
    12. 12. gnmAli ent
    13. 13. Ali gnm ent
    14. 14. “Someone youcan count on?”
    15. 15. “Someone youcan count on?”
    16. 16. “Someone youcan count on?”
    17. 17. BalanceProximi Contras ty t 5 Princi ples Alignme Repetiti nt on
    18. 18. BalanceProximi Contras ty t 5 Princi ples Alignme Repetiti nt on
    19. 19. 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th QtrShows Percentages & Large Differences in Proportion
    20. 20. 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th QtrShows Precise Relationships & Data Over Time
    21. 21. 0 2 4 6 8 101st Qtr2nd Qtr3rd Qtr4th Qtr Best for Comparing Quantities
    22. 22. 9 $8.2 Million876543210 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr Best for Showing Trends
    23. 23. Survey Responses543210 Always Sometimes Seldom Never
    24. 24. Survey Responses 4.5 3.7 3.3 2.5Always Sometimes Seldom Never
    25. 25. Pet Preferences 0 20 40 60 80 100DogCatBirdFish
    26. 26. 76%prefer dogs
    27. 27. Animatewisely, you must!
    28. 28. John Jay
    29. 29. Principles of Presentation Design: Think like a design pro By Art HouseDirector of Crazy Penguin Grafix
    30. 30. Principles ofPresentation Design Think like a design pro Art House Director - Crazy Penguin Grafix
    31. 31. Principles ofPresentation Design Think like a design pro Art House Director - Crazy Penguin Grafix
    32. 32. Never Give A Presentation That Leaves Them Sleeping
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