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Suggestions for Slide Presentations. Minimize the amount of text on each slide. You should be looking at your audience 99% of the time, not staring at the slide while reading it. Introduce a slide, then give the audience a couple of seconds to process it. Then you may start explaining it.

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Suggestions for slide presentations

Suggestions for Slide Presentations

  • Minimize the amount of text on each slide.

  • You should be looking at your audience 99% of the time, not staring at the slide while reading it.

  • Introduce a slide, then give the audience a couple of seconds to process it. Then you may start explaining it.

  • Include graphic images, photographs, and charts.

  • Keep consistency in the theme. All font styles, colors, and sizes should be the same for all slides in the presentation.

  • Make sure the audience in the back can see and read your slide text and images.

  • Simplicity is your best friend; it’s preferred to overusing too many elements.

  • Rehearse your presentation before you go in front of an audience!

  • Give credit where it’s due - always include a slide with your website sources.


References

References

“Best Practices in Presenting with PowerPoint” - University of Oregon

“The Meaning of Colour in Marketing” infographic – Attwood Digital

“Color Emotion Guide” infographic – The Logo Company


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