Engineering 10. PowerPoint GuideLines. Bruce Mayer, PE Licensed Electrical & Mechanical Engineer BMayer@ChabotCollege.edu. Student Presentations. During Meeting of 7May & 12Mayer Order Set by Random Number Generator ANY Topic OK Engineering topic preferred if possible
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Bruce Mayer, PE
Licensed Electrical & Mechanical EngineerBMayer@ChabotCollege.edu
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Communication Lab >>> Veronica Martinez 9/12/2012 2:12 PM >>>
Some tips to make your presentations presentable
Many People don’t Like PPT
They say it “Dulls the Senses”
So does someone Writing-on and Talking-to the BlackBoard
But it’s Basically an Automated OHP or DocCam
Just like an OHP or DocCam or BlackBoard it can be MISused
Centered graphics leave little room for text.
Try not to make footnotes too small
One of the most common mistakes in creating a presentation is to place too much information on the screen. This can cause the reader to become distracted from the speaker…just like you are now. Audiences are much more receptive to the spoken word.
Keep it simple..
Colors separated by another color are contrasting colors (also known as complementary)
Adjacent colors (next to each other) harmonize with one another. e.g. Green and Yellow
GoodBLENDINGThe Color Wheel
Martin Luther King Jr. (also known as complementary)