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  • PowerPoint
    Annoying audiences since the 20th Century!
  • Once upon a time,
    a presentations programme was invented
    and many saw it
    And they saw that it was pretty good
  • It was used by
    High Flyers
    Across the globe
    Microsoft® Presents: PowerPoint for Presentations: A great piece of software:
    Set to cause misery for decades by misuse and lack of imagination
  • We were treated to graphs
    And clip art
    And meaningless tables
  • And usually
    with some
    seriously
    whizzy
    animation
  • It was all very 80s
  • We went on courses in the 90s
    We used default fonts (or even Comic Sans)
    We overloaded on clipart
    We had loads of bullet points on a slide
    We animated everything
    And committed the cardinal sin of reading off a slide
    We had too much text in each point
    We used the slide templates, same as everyone else did…
    And we bored our audiences silly
    Oh, and did I mention the backgrounds?
    When you’ve seen one background you’ve seen them all really….
    And we were still stuck in the times design forgot
  • We followed the herd
  • We caused death by PowerPoint
  • Luckily we’ve moved on
  • Back to the
    21st Century
  • First,
    Break
    All the
    rules
  • Ditch
    the
    bullet
    points
    today
  • Use your own cool images if you have them, or use royalty free images
  • Let your slides support your words
  • Have fun!
    info@6thlevel.co.uk