Too much copy in one slide can be overwhelming for a viewer and can take away from your story. Nicte Cuevas shares how you can break down your visual content and structure it in a way that amplifies your brand and your message.
- [Instructor] Breaking down your content … is incredibly important because we can take our audience … from a magical visual experience … to something that makes you pull out your reading glasses … or phones to snap a reference photo for later. … I know that you have done this. … When done right, … we can take our audience from this scary, … overwhelming visual bath of content … to a visual fresh breath of air. … You see what happens when we overwhelm our viewers … with so much content, … we trigger our brain's flight or fight mode. … Our brain is wired to protect us. … So an overwhelming amount … of visual information can create a stress mode. … Two things happen. … We feel overwhelmed and become disinterested … or we lose focus on the actual value behind the context … because we're too busy trying … to read the content instead of listening to the presenter. … So how can we break down our content … to set up our slide decks for success? … Well, first we'll start with having a goal … and plan in place. …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Plan Your Theme
2. Design and Brand a Custom Theme
3. Work from Your Keynote Theme
4. Slide Transitions and Animations
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