Learn how to plan out your interactive PowerPoint presentation using storyboarding techniques to ensure a smooth creation process.
- [Instructor] When creating a self running presentation,…one thing you might consider doing to save yourself…some time and effort down the road, is to plan…out the presentation.…The slides, sections, the order, et cetera.…Sometimes it's called storyboarding, and that's what we're…going to do to in this movie.…We'll be creating a self running presentation using…a fictitious company that deals in landscape design.…So, obviously the very first thing that will happen…when people arrive at a kiosk, whether it's interactive…or not, they'll see the very first slide, the home slide.…
Automatically, they'll go on to the next slide,…which may branch out into different areas.…Now, if nobody's able to touch a thing on screen,…there's no mouse controls, automatically after…a certain amount of time, they'll arrive at…the very first section on landscape design.…There may be multiple slides in that section.…They'll see each of these slides in order,…and automatically move on to section two.…We're going to do a water and garden feature section.…
- Explain the importance of storyboarding a project.
- Describe branching and why you might use it.
- Cite the process for adding video to a presentation.
- Explain how to animate slides with transitions.
- Name the commands that allow you to preview your presentation.
- Describe what timing is and how to add and rehearse timings.