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Communicative Presentation Slides. In this lesson,
you will learn nine tips for designing and using professional slide shows with
computer-assisted visual aides, such as Google Slides,
Keynote, PowerPoint and Prezi. Tip #1: Choose a simple temperate. Your slides are a presentation
tool not an art exhibit. Limit background graphics next to
the periphery, the four boarders. This will leave more space in
the middle for your text, your content. Avoid writing any text near the boarders
because projectors sometimes cut off words. The template should be audience
appropriate, age and gender neutral. Not everyone loves flowers as much as I do
and no one wants to be treated like a kid. Choose a plain font. Cursive and ornate fonts are hard to read. Tip #2: Use high-contrast colors because big projectors don't
capture color accurately. This is a picture of my cat. His name is Jack. Jack looks gorgeous on my
high-resolution computer. On a big screen however
the colors are muted. To minimize this issue
use high contrast colors. This video has dark text
on a light background. Alternatively, you can choose
light text on a dark background. The first way is better. Colors are more accurate and
if you need to print your slides, it is ink friendly and
photocopies are clearer. Tip #3: Increase the font size. Tiny print is probably
the most common design error. Aim for a minimum font size of 32-point. But this can be higher,
depending on the size of the room. Make your words easy to see for
everyone in the back of the room. Tip #4: Add visual evidence
to support your assertions. Pictures add color and variety. Real photographs and concise diagrams
will help the audience to understand, enjoy, and remember your presentation. However, select pictures carefully. This is too small to see and read. This is bigger, but too blurry. This is visually clear,
but mentally confusing. Visual evidence also includes
highlighting graphics. A few arrows and circles can really
make important ideas stand out. Tip #5: Write only the keywords. Short phrases are more
effective than long sentences. Even direct quotations should be short and
sweet. To keep your keywords organized,
use numbers, letters, bullets. Proofread your slides to make
sure that they look professional. Correct any spelling errors, grammar
mistakes, and formatting inconsistencies. For example, the colors in these
two sample slides are different and the fonts are different too,
that's not good. They should look the same. Tip #6: Don't talk to yourself. Any effective presenters have the bad habit of reading their slides. It's boring. That's because they have
written too many details. To prevent this, say your details. Don't write everything you will say. Face the audience and elaborate on the key words you put on the screen. Explain them in different words,
give reasons and examples from your mind. This will make you sound more natural and
enthusiastic. Tip #7: Animate wisely. Too many animations will cause a headache. If there are too few,
you're killing suspense. Instead of listening to you,
the audience will be reading your slide. Therefore, add value to your slides. Animate each main point,
then elaborate on it. Animate, elaborate. Animate, elaborate. Animate, elaborate. Animate, elaborate.
Choose simple animations that won't be distracting. Avoid sound effects,
they're useless, maybe even annoying. Avoid dizzying effects too. Tip #8: Stand parallel to the screen. Don't block your slides by standing in
front of the projector screen Even if you're positioned beside it, people in the
corner may not be able to see your slides. Your body should be
parallel to the screen. Whenever you move to a different part of
the room, check the line of sight for people who are sitting in the corners. If possible, use a clicker to give
yourself more freedom of movement. Tip #9: Have emergency plans. You should have three
copies of your slides. It's best to put the slides
on a flash drive or zip drive because it's easy to plug and
play. In case the computer cannot
read your flash drive, have the file stored on a cloud
service for remote access. In case the computer cannot connect to the
internet either, have a printed copy of your slides so that you can still give
your presentation using the white board. Arrive early to the event to give yourself
enough time to test out the equipment and handle any technology problems. In this lesson, you learned that
communicative presentation slides are clear, interactive, and fail-safe.

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