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  1. 1. You Suck at Power Point! 5 shocking design Mistakes you need to avoid
  2. 2. Approximately 350 PowerPoint presentations are given every second around the world... &#$*! #$%^& @#$% !@#&^ !@#$% *$@# @#&^$
  3. 3. and approximately 99% suck.
  4. 4. and approximately 99% suck. But it’s not PowerPoint which sucks.
  5. 5. It’s the speaker (you) who needs to use it properly.
  6. 6. Let’s learn good presentation design from other people’s mistakes with...
  7. 7. 5 SHOCKING DESIGN MISTAKES YOU NEED TO AVOID
  8. 8. MISTAKE 1 TOO MUCH INFO
  9. 9. Don’t vomit every piece of information on your slides.
  10. 10. If you’re going to put word for word what you’re are going to say, hand over the slides and take a seat instead. BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH
  11. 11. YOU’RE NOT GIVING A DOCUMENT, YOU’RE GIVING A PRESENTATION. If your audience is reading what you’re saying, then what’s the point of you being there?
  12. 12. A good trick is to keep one main point per slide. This helps you with timing and prevents your audience from skipping ahead. POINT ONE POINT TWO POINT THREE POINT FOUR POINT FIVE POINT SIX
  13. 13. Keep it relevant. Effective communication is knowing what to cut out, so be a merciless editor. Less slides means more time for interaction. THREE X X POINT SIX POINT ONE X POINT
  14. 14. iiwejfwjoiwijfopw pfoqp020r9723494 u823492492asdsklf weoifweiojwioejri Don’t over do it qjepoqiepour93u3 with senseless data. 49i129423857349875 2pqieqjfowiehjpo whfpiwjef[weif[wei fwe[ifw[eif[wef342 234923923i4923902e
  15. 15. Do the hard work for your audience and turn that data into something which is meaningful.
  16. 16. MISTAKE 2 NOT ENOUGH VISUALS
  17. 17. Deliver a bigger punch with strong visuals.
  18. 18. There are endless sources of visuals you can use to bring your presentation to life.
  19. 19. Design for this guy.
  20. 20. Design for this guy. If it’s unreadable, don’t use it.
  21. 21. MISTAKE 3 CRAP QUALITY
  22. 22. Don’t bore your audience with childish visuals. Invest time in learning great design.
  23. 23. a quick tip on typeface: DON’T USE $!*#& FONTS!
  24. 24. Tahoma Microsoft Sans Serif Arial Verdana Courier New Times New Roman Trebuchet MS Lucida Console Comic Sans MS... are $!*#& fonts
  25. 25. Google ‘beautiful fonts’ and you’ll find plenty of handpicked fonts by some of the best designers.
  26. 26. Here’s an example of a free font that looks, um, delicious.
  27. 27. MISTAKE 4 visual vomit
  28. 28. Whitespace is a good thing.
  29. 29. Be mindful of spacing and alignment.
  30. 30. Always keep everything nice and tidy. POINT 1
  31. 31. Having a consistent use of colors, images & alignment gives a cohesive look to your presentation. It also helps to separate your presentation into recognizable sections.
  32. 32. Use a collection of visual assets that belong together...
  33. 33. and always stick to a color scheme. ColorLovers.com is a great source of color schemes
  34. 34. And the most shocking design mistake...
  35. 35. MISTAKE 5 LACK OF PREP
  36. 36. Most presentations suck because not enough time went into making them. Period. You need to craft the perfect story, create beautiful looking slides to support it and then rehearse, rehearse, rehearse. ... and not the night before.
  37. 37. It’s all about being organized and planning ahead. Have a system for collecting your ideas to rework them into a masterpiece.
  38. 38. Design, don’t just slap something together. If your presentation sucks, don’t blame PowerPoint.
  39. 39. TOO MUCH INFO NOT ENOUGH VISUALS HORRIBLE QUALITY VISUAL VOMIT LACK OF PREP Let’s recap... MISTAKES TO!AVOID:
  40. 40. I promise to never design a presentation that sucks ever again. (you sign here)

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