Graphic designer and brand strategist Nicte Cuevas shares best practices when creating your presentations in Keynote and how you can focus on telling your story, not a book in just one side.
- [Instructor] We are often so passionate … about a subject that we want to empower our audience … with a wealth of knowledge. … After all, as experts in our field, … we always want to leave others … with a positive brand experience. … However, when it comes to visual communication, … the experience your viewers have with your content … is crucial to someone remembering what you said. … I've seen experts who work with high level companies … share so much content in one slide … that it becomes too much to process. … While we may feel it's incredibly valuable … to share that much information, … two things are going to happen, distraction and overwhelm. … Let's take a look at what that looks like. … In the distraction scenario, … people are too busy trying to read all the copy … that you have in one slide and they tune you out. … With this much information, … people eventually stop listening to you to take notes. … And when you change the slide, … they dwell on the fact that they didn't get …
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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