Find out the key considerations for your audience you need to pay attention to in designing a presentation.
- [Narrator] To inform the way you build … your presentation, you need to develop … an understanding of your audience, … and this should start with asking at least … three main questions and then some detail … along with those. … You should begin with who they are. … What does it look like to be in their shoes? … What imagery appeals to them? … And so on. … Build a picture of who they are … and some people even create personas … that they refer to while building their presentation, … as it helps in directly addressing your audience. … How much do they already know … about your topic or subject? … How would you on-board people into the subject … of your presentation, who know nothing, … without boring the people who do? … How are you going to put yours into a story … that they will relate to in their terms? … And what are their expectations? … For that matter, what are your expectations? … What do you expect them to know or do … at the end of the presentation? … This process will inform you and then, …
- 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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