A very humorous (and sad) look at PowerPoint presentations.
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Think small; One idea per slide. Read a short blog post about how less is more when it comes to developing PowerPoint slides.
- The unexpected will rivet audience attention. Breaking a pattern is a very basic way to grab attention.
- Be careful with negative instructions. If you don’t want your audience to do something, don’t even put the idea into their heads.
- Take words seriously. If you want the audience to take your words seriously, make your font size huge and clearly visible.
You can read more ideas from Laura Bergells at: http://maniactive.com/blog/
Read this short post by Stephanie Evergreen about using images in your PowerPoint.