Evie's Com. App. Presentation (Based on Garr Reynolds' Top Ten Slide Tips)

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This purpose of the presentation is to illustrate 10 tips on how to make an original, successful PowerPoint presentation.

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Keys to a Successful Presentation

Keys to a Successful PresentationBy: Evie Boughtonhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/8525214@N06/3080237878Simplicityhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/45375656@N00/4771457922/Keep it simple. You want the positioning of your slide, as well as the background to reflect what you are trying to say without their being any clutter or confusion for the audience.2Limitationshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/dkshots/7024427953/Make sure you limit the amount of bullet points you use. Generally, you should only put one idea per slide and then actually explain to the audience the point you want to make. 3Less Transitionshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/14922165@N00/270891582Limit the amount of animations you use, and when animations are used, keep it simple. 4High-Qualityhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/21257461@N05/3574453502Using high-quality images and graphics adds to the seriousness of your presentation. There is nothing worse than cheesy clip-art! (And its tacky)5Themeshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/23322134@N02/3171486362Having a theme is important, but dont use the templates. People will get bored if every slide is exactly same, and if everyones presentation is the same because they used the same template. Be original!6Unique vs. Boring PresentationsUse appropriate charts! Do not put too much information on the screen; this will just confuse your audience.7COLORShttp://www.flickr.com/photos/50509925@N00/2494637281A color scheme can make or break a presentation. Make sure the colors are tying the whole thing together. Also, be sure the colors are visible to the audience in the space you are presenting in.8Choosing fontshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/85494010@N00/43454184The easiest font to read is a Sans Serif font. The audience needs to be able to easily read every word on your slide. 9Video/Audiohttp://www.flickr.com/photos/41864721@N00/3289337255Using video or audio can be really neat in a presentation. Its a great way to grab peoples attention again, and also make a point. People generally respond well to a video or audio clip.10Slide Sorter

This tool is for your benefit. By using the slide sorter, you are able to see how your presentation is progressing. You are also able to see the unified color schemes and themes to keep the consistency of your presentation.11