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  1. place additional text if needed here a template for ASU presentations including tips on how to say more with less

  2. { preview your main points colors data images charts

  3. part I: knowing the ASU color palette

  4. the color palette R 255G 179B 16#FFB310 R 153G 0B 51#990033 R 79G 85B 87#4F5557 R 255G 255B 255 R 0G 0B 0 Select no more than two or three colors to use per slide to avoid making your slide look like a rainbow…a very ugly ASU rainbow.

  5. part II: slides that have data and main points

  6. avoid bullet points; instead, aim for one point per slide.

  7. seems odd; but, trust me—I know what I’m doing here. “If you absolutely must have two things on one slide (e.g., a point and a quote), remember to place one of those in a space like this that will draw your audience’s attention.” - Aristotle

  8. you might end up with five times as many slides as you would otherwise. “But that is perfectly OK because your slides are simpler and you will move through them quicker.” – Barack Obama

  9. over 90 percent of college students agree…

  10. …slides with less text on them actually say more.

  11. use text color to emphasize an important point.

  12. and the bold ASU brand font is Akzidenz Grotesk...

  13. but note that in this presentation I use Arial because it is standard on PCs and Macs.

  14. 100 percentage of audience members who are engaged by PowerPoint presentations that are clear and simple

  15. 25 2 percentage of all audience members who would rather write a dissertation than watch a presentation with 5+ bullet points per slide number of times audience members will fall asleep during a PowerPoint presentation that has 5+ bullet points per slide

  16. part III: slides that use images

  17. use large, high-quality images (images that do not become blurry, fuzzy, or pixelated when enlarged on a PowerPoint slide).

  18. for the most dramatic effect, use no more than one image per slide.

  19. to resize an image, always use the resizing tool on an image’s corner (versus its side); this prevents the image from having a “stretched” appearance.

  20. part IV: slides that use charts

  21. sometimes you will need to represent ideas in the form of a chart or graph.

  22. for the greatest impact, use the simplest possible representation; for example…

  23. { { attitudes social norms intentions behavior self-efficacy Ajzen’s Theory of Panned Behavior (1985)

  24. solutions-oriented excellence impact entrepreneurial decisive access a New American University visionary bold create imaginative re-envision

  25. { restate your main points colors data images charts

  26. concluding with a story, an image, a quote or a tie back to your introduction can have a powerful effect on your audience members.