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Copy of Effective Presentation
Transcript of Copy of Effective Presentation
Straight & Simple
Keep the Audience In Mind
Don’t copy & paste slides
from different sources
Keep the design very basic and
simple. It shall not distract.
Pick an easy to read font
Carefully select font sizes for headers and text
Leave room for highlights, such
Decorate scarcely but well
Restrict the room your design takes up and don’t ever let the design restrict your message.
Consistently use the same font face and sizes on all slides.
- Black text on a white background
will always be the best but also the most boring choice.
If you want to play with colors, keep it easy on the eyes and always keep good contrast in mind so that your readers do not have to strain to guess what you’ve typed on your slide.
Carefully use color to highlight your message!
Don’t weaken the color effect by using too many colors at an instance.
Make a brilliant choice: match colors for design and good contrast to highlight your message.
Straight & Simple
Express your Message
It’s your message, a summary of your data or story.
Make it a highlight that stands out.
Have more images in your slides
than text, But do not use images
Images can reinforce or complement
Use images to visualize and explain.
A picture can say more than a
What do they know?
What do you need to tell them?
What do they expect?
What will be interesting to them?
What can you teach them?
What will keep them focused?
Keep the audience in mind
Answer these questions and boil your slides down to the very essentials.
Know your slides inside out.
Speak with confidence–
loud and clear. Don’t
speak too fast.
Maintain eye contact
with the audience.
Never read your slides, talk freely.
Remember that your slides are only
there to support, not to replace your talk!
If you read your slides and if you do it
slow and badly, the audience will get
bored and stop listening.
A good animation or a movie can not only
improve understanding, but can also make
the message stick with your audience.
Save your Powerpoint
as pdf to present
in other computers