Thick and Thin by @stickyspy

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Use thick and thin font to help you highlight or focus on keywords and text content of your presentation visuals.

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Thick and Thin by @stickyspy

  1. 1. THICK&THIN
  2. 2. Bite Idea 011 Thick and Thin
  3. 3. An  exciting  way  to  create  highlight  is  to  vary  the  thickness  of   the  font  used  on  our  presentation  slides.  A  very  common   method  is  to  apply  the  BOLD  style  to  the  selected  word  (or   words).  But  to  make  this  more  interesting,  we  might  want  to   choose  a  font  type  that  has  different  width  deAinition. Examples  of  these  font  families  are  Myriad  Pro  and  Avenir  Next.   These  font  families  have  different  thickness  that  you  can  select.   Chances  are  that  you  might  already  have  these  fonts  installed   on  your  computer. If  you  have  been  following  my  e-­‐newsletters,  you  might  have   noticed  that  I  have  used  this  technique  quite  often  in  my   presentation  slide  examples.  Let  me  show  you  a  couple  more   examples  using  this  technique.
  4. 4. YOU CAN BE CREATIVE using Avenir Next Condensed font
  5. 5. CHANGE the WORLD expression with Myriad Pro font
  6. 6. NO Limitsmake it work with Abadi MT font
  7. 7. Light Regular Bold this is American Typewriter font
  8. 8. The  examples  above  made  use  of  a  solid  background.   In  your  actual  presentation  slides,  you  might  have  an   image  as  your  background.  Be  sure  to  check  that   there  is  enough  contrast  between  your  text  and   background  image  and  that  your  slide  content  is   clear  and  legible  when  projected.
  9. 9. www.stickyspy.com /StickyPresentations @stickyspy Presentation Design > Coaching. Training. Consulting.

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