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How to Design a Killer Deck - 8 Essential Tips in Presentation Design

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How to Design a Killer Deck - 8 Essential Tips in Presentation Design

Comprehensive presentation on how to design a killer deck, including 8 essential tips in presentation design, and plenty of freebies to keep for reference. Enjoy!
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Comprehensive presentation on how to design a killer deck, including 8 essential tips in presentation design, and plenty of freebies to keep for reference. Enjoy!
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How to Design a Killer Deck - 8 Essential Tips in Presentation Design

  1. 1. How to design a KILLER DECK Essential tips in presentation design8 by
  2. 2. 95% OF PRESENTATIONS make you feel like this
  3. 3. … OR this
  4. 4. Set yourself APART from the rest!
  5. 5. Express yourself*Take your corporate templates with A GRAIN OF SALT
  6. 6. Wow themWOWYour audience!
  7. 7. but HOW?
  8. 8. Sharpen your MESSAGE1
  9. 9. What do you want your audience to take home? What do you want them to take home?
  10. 10. messages Focus on THREE
  11. 11. messages Focus on THREE (That’s all most of us will retain.)
  12. 12. Keep it SIMPLE2
  13. 13. Less is MORE
  14. 14. Your audience will either READ YOUR SLIDES or LISTEN TO YOU
  15. 15. Which would you prefer? Your audience will either READ YOUR SLIDES or LISTEN TO YOU
  16. 16. Each slide is like a BILLBOARD
  17. 17. Each slide is like a BILLBOARD 3 It should take SECONDS to digest
  18. 18. MESSAGE 1per slide
  19. 19. • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET This is a document • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET
  20. 20. • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET This is a document This is a slide Phew! I can BREATHE • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET • THIS IS A BULLET
  21. 21. • DON’T CRAM • EVERYTHING • INTO A • SINGLE SLIDE
  22. 22. • DON’T CRAM • EVERYTHING • INTO A • SINGLE SLIDE SPACE IT ACROSS MULTIPLE SLIDES
  23. 23. Make it VISUAL3
  24. 24. Use stunning IMAGES
  25. 25. Take your audience on a journey
  26. 26. Images are powerful Create a mood with photos
  27. 27. BIGGER is better
  28. 28. BANClipart!
  29. 29. It’s child’s play with FREE photo sites unsplash.com isorepublic.com freeimages.com & more!
  30. 30. Take your own Or take your OWN PICS!
  31. 31. Make your data INTERESTING4
  32. 32. Sleeping manTables of data are BORING
  33. 33. Use CHART TYPES appropriately PIE CHARTS show percentages BAR or COLUMN CHARTS compare several items in a range LINE CHARTS show trends over time
  34. 34. 80% of what they see 20% of what they read 10% of what they hear INTEGRATE INFOGRAPHICS People remember:
  35. 35. Free ICONS iconmonstr.com iconarchive.com icons8.com flaticon.com picol.org
  36. 36. Make the most of TYPOGRAPHY5
  37. 37. MAINSTREAM & BORING: Century Gothic Chunkfive Quicksand Fertigo Oswald Courgette Grand Hotel Courier Arial Times New Roman Comic Sans Impact Calibri Monotype Corsiva A FEW INTERESTING OPTIONS:
  38. 38. EXPERIMENT with font combinations
  39. 39. Not every match is made in heaven
  40. 40. EXPERIMENT with font combinations thick & slanted thin & straight CONTRAST is key!
  41. 41. EXPERIMENT with font combinations MAXIMUM Style3
  42. 42. Google Font Pairings that Work Playfair Display raleway light Pacifico josefin sans JOSEFIN SANS merriweather Sacramento spinnaker ADAMINA muli Rock Salt antic slab Merriweather quicksand Lato tienne OSWALD courgette 9
  43. 43. Make good use of COLOR6
  44. 44. COLORS CREATE emotion
  45. 45. CHOOSE COLORS that fit together well
  46. 46. Find INSPIRATION in PHOTOS you love
  47. 47. Get inspired by an image
  48. 48. Adobe Kuler: http://color.adobe.com
  49. 49. Adopt a clear STRUCTURE7
  50. 50. Use a consistent visual theme throughout Take them through your STORY
  51. 51. Without LOSING them
  52. 52. Adopt a consistent VISUAL THEME 21 3 4 65 7 8 Sharpen your MESSAGE Keep it SIMPLE Make it VISUAL Make your data INTERESTING Be judicious with MOVEMENT Adopt a clear STRUCTURE Make use of COLOR Make the most of TYPOGRAPHY
  53. 53. Be judicious with MOVEMENT8
  54. 54. Use animations & transitions for good & not evil Use animation for GOOD not EVIL
  55. 55. There’s no excuse for using the boomerang effecBOUNCING is for balls
  56. 56. There’s no excuse for using the boomerang effecBOUNCING is for balls not for animations
  57. 57. Stick to SUBTLE animations that SUPPORT, rather than DISTRACT
  58. 58. CALL TO ACTION Do you need a pitch that ROCKS?
  59. 59. CALL TO ACTION Do you need a pitch that ROCKS? E-mail us! info2@exaltus.ca

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