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Creating Awesome

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Daniel Vasilash

on 5 January 2015

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Transcript of Creating Awesome

Step Five
Step Seven
Length Of presentation
Step 8
Creating Awesome
Presentations
Step One
Body Language
posture

Eye contact
Loud speaking voice
Emotion
Smile when appropriate
Thank you
Step Four
Step Three
do
not
ever
over
bullet point
because
it
can
confuse
the
person
and
this
takes
forever
!
Clear fonts that match theme
One or two fonts throwout presentation
Big enough to read but small enough to fit more writing
Colors stand out
if
you
over
bullet point
this
will
make
it
boring
also
you
don't
need
to
bullet point
everything
!
Fonts
Step Two
Bullet Points
Animation
Over animation can confuse and
distract the audience
It takes way to long to do so
Make animations link with topic
Organization
Put things in appropriate areas
If you number or bullet points things make them in correct order
If you have images don't randomly place them.
Organization
Image Citations
When your doing a presentation you must cite your images from the internet because its the law
When an image is copyrighted you must ask the creator of the image to use it
Step Six
Not too long not too short
Don't pause or stutter
Don't waste time talking
about unimportant things
Keep things interesting for the audience
How To Rap Up A Presentation
Don't blatantly just end it
Close with a smile and say thank you
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