Find out about images and graphics used in designing a presentation,including different formats.
- Although we use two terms interchangeably, … when we refer to images, generally, … we are talking about photos. … And graphics are elements that have been made … either in a graphics program or by hand. … Illustration is where the two terms get blurred … because they do appear as an image, … but they're quite often made from photos … and graphic elements at the same time. … There are three image formats … that you can easily use in presentations. … The first, and the one you're most likely, … I would have thought to be, most familiar with, … is JPEG, which is typically used for photographic content. … Then, we have PNG or P-N-G, … which is used for both graphics and photos, … especially where transparency is required, … because it supports that and it's got … quite a high fidelity output. … Finally, there's GIF, which is typically used for graphics. … There is also an animated variant available, … but you'll have to see if that's supported … in your program of choice, if you want to use those. …
- Outlining your topic
- Creating a storyboard
- Developing your design ideas with moodboards
- Exploring slide typography
- Using colors, words, and images effectively
- Using charts and graphs
- Effectively using animations and transitions
- Beyond the presentation
Skill Level Beginner
Presentation software2m 12s
1. Developing Your Ideas
2. Design Essentials
3. Charts, Graphs, and Tables
4. Transitions and Animations
Using animation1m 45s
5. Finishing Touches
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