Limit bullet points and texts Too many bullet points will bore the audience. Bullet points are supposed to support the narrator. Limit transitions and builds Stick to most subtle. Use professional animations.
I. Introduction Slide Title, date and nameII. Outline Slide Main PointsIII. Content Slide More detailed informationIV. Final Slide Make a meaningful point
SYLVENO, 12 DECEMBER 2012, COLOR WHEEL WITH DEGREE Colors can impact emotions. Do not use unusual shades. Red should only be used as an accent color.
Let the picture or graphics tell the story. Use clear and simple visuals – Don’t confuse the audience.
Slides That Are Hard To Read Use text colors that best compliment the background. Using More Than Two Fonts Keep it simple and plain while still attracting the audience.
When creating effective presentations you need to: Keep things simple and grab the viewers attention. Use pictures and images connecting to the topic. Use appropriate colors and fonts on each slide. PowerPoint presentations should enhance the presentation not diminish it.
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