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PowerPoint presentations have come a long way from bullet points and ClipArt. Presentations have evolved with not only the presenter and the audience, but also our preference to be moved and not sold to. One of the biggest presentation trends is having only one point per slide. Check out our presentation to see why having only one point per slide is important!

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    1. Point One per Slide Why it’s important and how to do it DESIGNED BY

    2. Back then, PowerPoint presentations were about: Bullet points ClipArt DESIGNED BY

    3. Now, the audience prefers to be moved DESIGNED BY

    4. The biggest PowerPoint presentation trend: one point per slide The biggest PowerPoint presentation trend: DESIGNED BY

    5. “ “ You might ask. ” ” Why? Why? DESIGNED BY

    6. THE AUDIENCE RETAINS LIMITED INFORMATION DESIGNED BY

    7. THE AUDIENCE 
 WANTS TO
 LISTEN TO YOU DESIGNED BY

    8. TOO MUCH INFO CAN OVERWHELM 
 AND BORE DESIGNED BY

    9. Tips on creating a one point per slide presentation DESIGNED BY

    10. 1 Condense the idea into one sentence and elaborate on the rest in your speech. DESIGNED BY

    11. 2 Make sure it flows by creating an outline for each idea. DESIGNED BY

    12. 3 Avoid bulleted lists by putting one idea per slide. DESIGNED BY

    13. 4 Mix up your approach
 by using shock, humour, or visually interesting elements. DESIGNED BY

    14. 5 Prepare a handout
 if you want to highlight additional information. DESIGNED BY

    15. 6 Know your material. Less content on your slides means more focus on you. DESIGNED BY

    16. 7 Don’t worry about 
 the slide count.
 Focus on making your presentation engaging. DESIGNED BY

    17. 8 Impactful design 
 and imagery can 
 make each slide shine. DESIGNED BY

    18. Here’s an example of how to make a cluttered presentationinteresting interesting DESIGNED BY

    19. BEFORE BEFORE DESIGNED BY

    20. AFTER AFTER DESIGNED BY

    21. WANT MORE PRESENTATION TIPS? VISIT OUR BLOG STINSONDESIGN.COM/BLOG