SPE 108: Guidelines to Good Visual Aids

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SPE 108: Guidelines to Good Visual Aids

  1. 1. Guidelines to Good Visual Aids SPE 108
  2. 2. Make the font big enough!• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?
  3. 3. Make the Font Easy to Read (do you think these are ok?)• This is my text.• This is my text.• This is my text.• This is my text.• This is my text.• This is my text.• This is my text.• This is my text.
  4. 4. Is this better?• This is my text.• This is my text.• This is my text.• This is my text.• This is my text.
  5. 5. Pay attention to contrast• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?• Can you read this?
  6. 6. Don’t get too fancy• Check out my awesome use of awesome textures.• So awesome, don’t you think???????!?!?!
  7. 7. Be Consistent with Fonts & Colors• Don’t change fonts from slide to slide.• Don’t change backgrounds during your presentation• Consistent: means, keep it the same throughout
  8. 8. PROOFREAD• Nuthing maks u look stoopider then mispeling thangs on ur presentashion• Also, it will KILL your credibility if there are grammar, spelling or factual errors in your presentation.• Fact check, grammar check, spell check & USE YOUR OWN EYES!
  9. 9. Be choosy with your images• Make sure they are the right size (not pixilated), avoid using images with watermarks.
  10. 10. Testing, testing….• Make sure you test your presentation over and over, and practice it along with giving your speech out loud.• You might want to indicate in your speech script directions, such as: “Change slide.” “Click now.”• Be mindful of timing when using visual aids – they will add time to your presentation!

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