Principles Of Power Point Design- Slide Layout Do's And Don'ts

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Principles Of Power Point Design- Slide Layout Do's And Don'ts

  1. 1. Principles of PowerPoint Design Tips on how to think like a designer Slide Layout- 5 Do’s and Don’ts John Consultant Presentation Skills Fallon
  2. 2. Do #1… Keep It Simple
  3. 3. Do #2… Stay Consistent
  4. 4. Do #3… Make the Presentation for the Audience
  5. 5. Do #4… Keep Bullet Points Short and Clear
  6. 6. Do #5… Use Wonderful High Quality Images
  7. 7. Don’t #1… Use too many Elements on a slide
  8. 8. Don’t #2… Build a Presentation of Bullet Points
  9. 9. Don’t #3… Place Images Randomly
  10. 10. Don’t #4… Use Slides as a Handout
  11. 11. Don’t #5… Overdo Word Art

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