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KNOWING THE AUDIENCE: 10 QUESTIONS

KNOWING THE AUDIENCE: 10 QUESTIONS

Knowing What Your Audience Want

Clarifying the primary objectives and desired outcomes of your audience is essential for preparing and producing a suitable, relevant and valuable slide show for the people who will be viewing it

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BEFORE & AFTER: 15 EXAMPLES

BEFORE & AFTER: 15 EXAMPLES

Before & After

One of the best ways to learn about and appreciate slide design is by comparing slides before and after the final version, in order to see the improvements in the overall quality of visual communication

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PRESENTATION BOOKS

PRESENTATION BOOKS

Presentation Books

The world’s best presentation designers, producers and presenters are always honing and improving their skills – that’s what makes them great.  These books will help you
to upgrade your skills and take your game to a new level

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BREAKDOWN: 4 EXAMPLES

BREAKDOWN: 4 EXAMPLES

Breaking Down Slide Content

Displaying information in small chunks makes it easier for your audience to focus on single ideas, absorb slide content, process information and recall key messages

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COGNITIVE THEORY EXPLAINED

COGNITIVE THEORY EXPLAINED

Cognitive Theory Explained

Understanding how people receive, process and store information enables you to design slides that are well suited to your audience’s needs and memorable for the right reasons

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LOGISTICS: 35 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

LOGISTICS: 35 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

Logistics

Knowing everything about your presentation venue helps you to thoroughly plan and prepare in advance, and improves your chances of achieving the best possible outcome

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SLIDE VARIATIONS: 5 Examples

SLIDE VARIATIONS: 5 Examples

Slide Variations

Subtle changes to your slide designs can make a huge difference to the way your audience process your on-screen content and the extent to which your slide show complements your verbal presentation

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TEMPLATES: 15 Original Examples

TEMPLATES: 15 Original Examples

Templates

A template is a fixed style design, which provides a consistent framework for inserting text and media into your slides

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GRAYSCALE: 13 EXAMPLES

GRAYSCALE: 13 EXAMPLES

Grayscale

Removing color from imagery can be used to create a mood and switch attention away from the image to the text or supporting data

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SKETCHING: 20 Designs

SKETCHING: 20 Designs

Sketching

By sketching out your design ideas on paper you can minimize overall production time and accelerate your results, by clarifying how you want your slides to look before you begin designing them on your mac or PC 

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