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Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
Perfecting  Your  Presentation  Visuals
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Perfecting Your Presentation Visuals

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Overview of presentation types and then discusses desgn elements of visuals.

Overview of presentation types and then discusses desgn elements of visuals.

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  • 1. Perfecting Your Presentation: Visuals Virginia Morgan, EdD Alabama Cooperative Extension System
  • 2. What does your audience expect from you? Identify your audience and determine their needs.
  • 3. Will you: Inform Persuade Inspire Entertain? Define the purpose of your presentation.
  • 4. Develop Opening  Body  Closing 
  • 5. Patio gardens (Exercise 1) Audience: 25 young adults (21 – 30)  5-minute speech to persuade  Topic: Container-grown vegetables  Develop outline  ◦ Opening ◦ Body ◦ Closing
  • 6. Bodies need support
  • 7. Why use visuals? We remember by Touch, taste, smell Hearing Seeing
  • 8. What makes a terrible PowerPoint presentation? Don McMillan says…
  • 9. Does design matter? “We must be design-mindful. Design is strategic … the DESIGN of the “thing” must be so compelling that it serves as a key differentiator.” -- www. garrreynolds.com
  • 10. Basic design principles Unity  Gestalt  Space 
  • 11. More basic design principles Color  Dominance  Hierarchy  Balance 
  • 12. Support materials Enhance your message Engage your audience
  • 13. Patio gardens (Exercise 2)
  • 14. (Self) Test Time What are the three basic parts of a  presentation? Which physical sense is the most  used to help us remember? Name four types of support material  you might use in a presentation.
  • 15. (Self) Test Time cont’d What guidelines do you consider most  important when you create support materials for your presentations? What elements should you consider  when designing [PowerPoint] slides?
  • 16. Assessment and Evaluation Did participants  learn? Was the  presenter effective?
  • 17. Keys to great presentations Define your goal  Develop appropriate content  Create or find excellent support  materials Practice your delivery  Make corrections 
  • 18. Resources Creating Effective PowerPoint  Presentations Design: Exploring the Elements &  Principles Graphic Design Fundamentals 
  • 19. More Resources Presenting Effective Presentations  with Visual Aids Public Speaking: Use All the Senses  Top Ten Slide Tips 

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