MAKE A        POINT !TIPS FOR POWERFUL PRESENTATION DESIGN                             Annemieke Akkermans 2009
The right side of the     brain processes  emotions , the left side is for the facts.A good presentation caters to both si...
MAKE A         POINT !                          What is the GOAL of your presentation? Do I                      inform, c...
Posterdesign by Pierre Mendell, Text: Carlos Obers, 1984                                                           Annemie...
INSTRUCTIONAL         GRAPHIC    DESIGN    IDEAL                      DESIGN                        Annemieke Akkermans 2009
:The solution isn’t to take away content, but to present it an asimpler way. This is the art of good instructional design....
: ADDIE MODELANALYSISDESIGNDEVELOPMENTIMPLEMENTATIONEVALUATION             Annemieke Akkermans 2009
GRAPHICS                           PHOTOS - NO CLIPARTAnnemieke Akkermans 2009
65%            35%WORDS &    WORDSGRAPHICS    ONLY                   Annemieke Akkermans 2009
Visual Ideas - People remember…  •   10% of what they read (words)  •   20% of what they hear  •   30% of what they see (i...
Example by Seth Godin
Slide by Seth Godin
Pictures from www.designcouncil.org.uk
50% of the entire NorthAmerican working population starts work at 9AM or later.                          Annemieke Akkerma...
starts work at 9 AM           Annemieke Akkermans 2009
Annemieke Akkermans 2009
KEEP IT SIMPLE  YOUR SLIDES   GRAB     THE ATTENTIONYOU TELL YOUR STORY, THE SLIDES SUPPORT IT                            ...
DOWNSIZE !ONE SINGLE WORD CAN HAVE MORE   IMPACT…                                 Annemieke Akkermans 2009
…THAN A PAGE FILLED WITH WORDS, EVEN WHEN IT IS THEMOST INTERESTING TEXT YOU WISH TO SHARE WITH THEAUDIENCE. EVEN WHEN YOU...
FONTCOLOURBULLETS          Annemieke Akkermans 2009
F NTS    Annemieke Akkermans 2009
NO SERIF FONTS              They work in print.STICK TO SANS SERIFOn screens.                    Annemieke Akkermans 2009
Tahoma        Calibri   Century Gothic  Microsoft sans serif  Century Schoolbook      stencil      GaramondLucida handwrit...
F NT SIZESize 96Size 60Size 48          This is text is 18 pt. (absolute minimum size you need)Size 36   This text is 28 p...
COLOURS LTDDon´t overdo it                  Annemieke Akkermans 2009
Colours are an integral part of themessage. Check outadobe.kuler.com for       inspiration or       simply to findcolours ...
BULLETP INTSWhy do you think thesy are called BULLETpoints? Because they can kill presentations...            Why bullets...
SYMBOLS            REPETITION             SPACING              CONTRAST, ALIGNMENT, PROXIMITYVisualise your message by usi...
SYMBOLS                     Symbol: "Something that represents something else by                                     ...
Heres how: When you give a PowerPoint presentation or draw on aflip chart or a white board, use images, not just words. Sy...
REPETITION      REPETITION      REPETITIONRepetition is a classic technique in presentation and speech making(and in desig...
USE THESPACE    Annemieke Akkermans 2009
This is a basic tekst. Boring and unspecific…                  PRESENTATION DESIGN                   Powerpoint Tips for  ...
Why not mix font size and colour scheme ….        Presentation Design          Powerpoint tips for Powerful Presentations ...
…. align your tekst to the right hand side of the slide…..PRESENTATION DESIGN                      Powerpoint Tips for Pow...
PRESENTATION DESIGN     Powerpoint Tips for Powerful Presentations                        Annemieke Akkermans             ...
PLEASEPLEASEPLEASE   Annemieke Akkermans 2009
NO ANIMATION  Annemieke Akkermans 2009
SEQUENCING        Annemieke Akkermans 2009
SEQUENCINGfirst things first....                         Annemieke Akkermans 2009
SEQUENCINGfirst things first....followed by this...                         Annemieke Akkermans 2009
SEQUENCINGfirst things first....followed by this...and whatever comes next...                         Annemieke Akkermans ...
THINK                                    OUTSIDE                                    THE BOXBE CREATIVE  ´Basic´ doesn‘t eq...
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  1. 1. MAKE A POINT !TIPS FOR POWERFUL PRESENTATION DESIGN Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  2. 2. The right side of the brain processes emotions , the left side is for the facts.A good presentation caters to both sides of the brain. Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  3. 3. MAKE A POINT ! What is the GOAL of your presentation? Do I inform, change an attitude, teach something or j myself talk? Stick to it throughout your presentati don‘t want your audience to think: why am I listeningPOWERFUL TIPS FOR PERFECTtoPRESENTATIONSthis They need think: why didn‘t I think of Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  4. 4. Posterdesign by Pierre Mendell, Text: Carlos Obers, 1984 Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  5. 5. INSTRUCTIONAL GRAPHIC DESIGN IDEAL DESIGN Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  6. 6. :The solution isn’t to take away content, but to present it an asimpler way. This is the art of good instructional design. Whendeciding what to leave out, it is essential to consider whatcontent, when removed, will not harm the backbone of thelearning. (Source: http://www.instructionaldesign.org) Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  7. 7. : ADDIE MODELANALYSISDESIGNDEVELOPMENTIMPLEMENTATIONEVALUATION Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  8. 8. GRAPHICS PHOTOS - NO CLIPARTAnnemieke Akkermans 2009
  9. 9. 65% 35%WORDS & WORDSGRAPHICS ONLY Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  10. 10. Visual Ideas - People remember… • 10% of what they read (words) • 20% of what they hear • 30% of what they see (images) • 50% of what they see and hear • 70% of what they discuss • 80% of what they experience • 95% of what they teach someone else Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  11. 11. Example by Seth Godin
  12. 12. Slide by Seth Godin
  13. 13. Pictures from www.designcouncil.org.uk
  14. 14. 50% of the entire NorthAmerican working population starts work at 9AM or later. Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  15. 15. starts work at 9 AM Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  16. 16. Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  17. 17. KEEP IT SIMPLE YOUR SLIDES GRAB THE ATTENTIONYOU TELL YOUR STORY, THE SLIDES SUPPORT IT Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  18. 18. DOWNSIZE !ONE SINGLE WORD CAN HAVE MORE IMPACT… Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  19. 19. …THAN A PAGE FILLED WITH WORDS, EVEN WHEN IT IS THEMOST INTERESTING TEXT YOU WISH TO SHARE WITH THEAUDIENCE. EVEN WHEN YOU KNOW THEY‘LL REALLY LIKE ITAND REALLY NEED THIS INFORMATION. EVEN WHEN YOUTHINK YOU NEED TO WRITE SO MUCH BECAUSE ONLY THENIT WILL HIT HOME AND ISN‘T IT SO THAT VISUALS WORK, SOWHY COULDN‘T I JUST SHOW THEM WHAT I‘VE BEENTHINKING AND WORKING ON. NO. EVEN WHEN YOU THINKYOU CAN GET ALL THE INFORMATION ON THAT PAPERBECAUSE YOU USE BULLET POINTS AND THOSE WILLMAKE IT EASIER FOR PEOPLE TO READ DOT.NO! EVEN WHEN YOU USE A LARGER FONT SIZE TODIFFERENTIATE OR ITALICS OR UNDERLINING. NO, NO, NO.PLEASE DON‘T. IT HURTS. IT HURTS OUR EYES AND ITHURTS YOUR PRESENTATION… JUST STICK TO ONE WORDAND KEEP THINGS REALLY REALLY SIMPLE. FILTER YOURTEXT, TRY TO GET RID OF ALL THOSE WORDS IN YOURSLIDES, STRIP THEM TO THEIR BAREST ESSENCE. IN SHORT Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  20. 20. FONTCOLOURBULLETS Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  21. 21. F NTS Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  22. 22. NO SERIF FONTS They work in print.STICK TO SANS SERIFOn screens. Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  23. 23. Tahoma Calibri Century Gothic Microsoft sans serif Century Schoolbook stencil GaramondLucida handwriting Blackadder ITC Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  24. 24. F NT SIZESize 96Size 60Size 48 This is text is 18 pt. (absolute minimum size you need)Size 36 This text is 28 pt.Size 18Size 12Size 9 This text is 44 pt. Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  25. 25. COLOURS LTDDon´t overdo it Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  26. 26. Colours are an integral part of themessage. Check outadobe.kuler.com for inspiration or simply to findcolours that go well together. This one is called Out of Africa. Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  27. 27. BULLETP INTSWhy do you think thesy are called BULLETpoints? Because they can kill presentations...  Why bullets?  Limit them to a minimum  Only a few words on one line  One idea per slide  No sub bulletpoints Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  28. 28. SYMBOLS REPETITION SPACING CONTRAST, ALIGNMENT, PROXIMITYVisualise your message by using symbols, repetition & design. Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  29. 29. SYMBOLS Symbol: "Something that represents something else by !association, resemblance or convention, especially a materialobject used to represent something invisible.“(American Heritage Dictionary). Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  30. 30. Heres how: When you give a PowerPoint presentation or draw on aflip chart or a white board, use images, not just words. Symbols willbe processed by both sides of the brain, instantly applying meaningto the image. Symbols also allow for a faster pace of yourpresentation. Keep you audience awake and focused!  + 17% Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  31. 31. REPETITION REPETITION REPETITIONRepetition is a classic technique in presentation and speech making(and in design as well). It can help you tie the theme together and itcreates clarity for the listener. (Garr Reynolds) Also in thispresentation certain graphical elements keep coming back: greenball, calibri font, use of arrows, grey-black-green colour scheme.Remember Barrack Obama´s famous repetition of ”Yes, you can”? Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  32. 32. USE THESPACE Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  33. 33. This is a basic tekst. Boring and unspecific… PRESENTATION DESIGN Powerpoint Tips for Powerful Presentations By Annemieke Akkermans
  34. 34. Why not mix font size and colour scheme …. Presentation Design Powerpoint tips for Powerful Presentations Annemieke Akkermans Teacher and Trainer
  35. 35. …. align your tekst to the right hand side of the slide…..PRESENTATION DESIGN Powerpoint Tips for Powerful Presentations Annemieke Akkermans Teacher & Trainer
  36. 36. PRESENTATION DESIGN Powerpoint Tips for Powerful Presentations Annemieke Akkermans Teacher & Trainer
  37. 37. PLEASEPLEASEPLEASE Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  38. 38. NO ANIMATION Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  39. 39. SEQUENCING Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  40. 40. SEQUENCINGfirst things first.... Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  41. 41. SEQUENCINGfirst things first....followed by this... Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  42. 42. SEQUENCINGfirst things first....followed by this...and whatever comes next... Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  43. 43. THINK OUTSIDE THE BOXBE CREATIVE ´Basic´ doesn‘t equal ´boring´. It means that you play with the space, you are the architect of your slides. Use bold colours or stick to a white background, but limit the amount of colours you use. Annemieke Akkermans 2009
  44. 44. MAKE A POINT ! From: www.facebook.com/technologyclasroom

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