Tatiana Kolovou shows you how to think about using images vs. data, choose a slide background, develop a visual agenda, and choose an animation that matches the communication style of the audience and the company culture.
- Once you have a rough outline, … the next step is to start designing your slides. … Here are some key points for you to consider … as you bring your ideas to life. … Nail the intro slide. … Too often, speakers miss opportunities … to make a positive first impression … to make a positive first impression … with a sloppy intro slide. … While people walk into the room, … your intro slide reminds them of who you are, … reminds them of who you are, it may hint at … it may hint at your main message, … your main message and it represents your-- … and it represents your professional brand. … … Strategize slide background and design. … Does your company have a set template … that everyone is asked to use? … Do you have any flexibility … in designing your own slide template? … If you have the option to design your own background, … here are some tips for you. … Create your own template with a visual design that's fresh. … Place a reminder in each slide for your theme, … and keep the color template consistent. …
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- Explore how to evaluate your audience's knowledge level.
- Define audience value.
- Recall how a 'forest vs. tree' analogy compares to the audience interview and presentation design.
- Recognize what logical appeal means in a presentation setting.
- Define emotional appeal in a presentation setting.