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SIMPLE 5 
and effective ways 
to add text to your slides 
the easy to use creative tips to add beauty to your next slide d...
Adding Text 
Great visual content accompanied by well placed text can help you 
communicate your message, capture your aud...
SIMPLY ADD 
This may sound too obvious, but trust me, when in doubt always you 
less as opposed to more. Adding very contr...
BALANCE 
PICTURE WITH TEXT 
Use the space in the pictures to fill it 
with an important message. Especially 
the ones that...
use the shapes 
Use the natural shapes in the picture to 
fill them with text. Especially if they 
provide good contrast.
use psychology 
and our natural tendency to follow the 
line of sight of the person we see. both 
in real live and their r...
USE 
DIAGONALS 
to direct your audiences 
attention the same way you do 
using the line of sight. It is a 
highly effectiv...
Those were 
5 Simple & Effective Ways 
to add text to your slides 
To make sure you don’t miss the next post in our series...
PHOT0 CREDITS 
By Björn Simon 
By Aleksi Tappura 
By Daniel Ruswick 
By Liam Andrew Cura 
By Philipp Reiner 
CREATIVITY 
P...
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5 Simple and Effective Ways to Add Text to Your Slides

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Great visual content accompanied by well placed text can help you communicate your message, capture your audiences attention and make the presentation more valuable. It can also simply make it more visually attractive and help you create an image of an expert that you surely are. So use our simple rules on how to add text to your slides and boost your creativity.

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5 Simple and Effective Ways to Add Text to Your Slides

  1. 1. SIMPLE 5 and effective ways to add text to your slides the easy to use creative tips to add beauty to your next slide deck CREATIVITY POWERED BY AUSTRALIA
  2. 2. Adding Text Great visual content accompanied by well placed text can help you communicate your message, capture your audiences attention and make the presentation more valuable. It can also simply make it more visually attractive and help you create an image of an expert that you surely are. So use our simple rules on how to add text to your slides and boost your creativity. CREATIVITY POWERED BY AUSTRALIA
  3. 3. SIMPLY ADD This may sound too obvious, but trust me, when in doubt always you less as opposed to more. Adding very contrasting simple fonts to your slides can be an extremely sophisticated choice. It says you do not have to prove anything to anyone. To achieve even more elegant form use fonts like Helvetica, Avenir or Bebas Neue.
  4. 4. BALANCE PICTURE WITH TEXT Use the space in the pictures to fill it with an important message. Especially the ones that clearly have a composition like this one used here. One side of the picture tells a visual story. You write the other one with words.
  5. 5. use the shapes Use the natural shapes in the picture to fill them with text. Especially if they provide good contrast.
  6. 6. use psychology and our natural tendency to follow the line of sight of the person we see. both in real live and their representations on pictures. Use that rule to direct your audiences attention.
  7. 7. USE DIAGONALS to direct your audiences attention the same way you do using the line of sight. It is a highly effective method. Try it!
  8. 8. Those were 5 Simple & Effective Ways to add text to your slides To make sure you don’t miss the next post in our series on presentation and slides design simply sign up to our newsletter to get updates and hot tips straight to your mailbox. And do not worry we only send good stuff to our friends. We do not spam! We hate that, too. sign up to newsletter CREATIVITY POWERED BY AUSTRALIA
  9. 9. PHOT0 CREDITS By Björn Simon By Aleksi Tappura By Daniel Ruswick By Liam Andrew Cura By Philipp Reiner CREATIVITY POWERED BY AUSTRALIA

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