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Powerpoint Design: Best Practices

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  1. 1. Presentation Design & Delivery: Best Practices By Samantha Harlow Instructional Technology Consultant School of Education, UNC Greensboro ******This version will include more text than oral presentation version in order to stand alone on the Internet.
  2. 2. Prepare
  3. 3.  Practice, practice, practice.  Know your audience.  Know your setting – especially for AV materials.  The more you know your content, the more you will be able to engage with the audience.
  4. 4. Keep it Simple
  5. 5.  Choose or design simple template.  Be wary of PowerPoint templates.  There are places online where you can experiment with more modern/sleek looking templates than what is pre-installed on PowerPoint.  Use animations, transitions, etc sparingly.  Create a snappy and clear title.  Choose pleasing colors, but no more than 3 colors per slide.  Stick to your message and keep your message clear.  Remember SLIDE: Simplify, Lose the cliches, Information needs emphasis, Designate elements, and Empathy for Audience.
  6. 6. Limit Bullet Points & Text
  7. 7.  Use readable font. No cursive or hard to read fonts should be used.  You can download fonts from the Internet that can make you stand out while also being simple and easy to read.  No more than three font sizes per slide  Slide should not have all the information and text for your oral presentation.  Sometimes the best slides have little to no text.  10/20/30 rule recommends limiting the number of your slides to 10, your presentation time to 20 minutes, and using at least 30 point font size.
  8. 8. Charts & Graphs
  9. 9.  Should contain limited data.  Use shapes to draw attention to important data. http://www.garrreynolds.com/preso-tips/design/
  10. 10. Visual Images
  11. 11.  Use high quality visual images to tell your story.  There are websites online to get your images, such as Getty Images (some images costs money) or Everystockphoto.com (free with sign up).  Don’t use cheesy images from clip art unless it fits in with your story.  Be sure to follow copyright rules, especially if you plan on publishing your presentation or submitting it to a conference. Fair use does not always apply.
  12. 12. Delivery
  13. 13.  Start Strong: first impressions are important.  Keep it short and speak clearly.  Make good eye contact.  Avoid fillers: like, um, etc.  Be passionate about what your talking about or no one will care what you are saying.  Be engaged with your audience.  Confidence is key: if you prepared well confidence should be easier.  Do not read every word off of your slides.
  14. 14. Seth Godin’s Five Rules to Remember to Create Amazing PowerPoints:
  15. 15. How to Not do PowerPoint by Don McMillan: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpvgfmEU2Ck Nancy Duarte’s talk at TEDx East: On the Art of Storytelling: http://vimeo.com/20618288 Designing an Effective Presentation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJgeF3ALl0g How Can I Make my PowerPoint Presentations Amazing: http://lifehacker.com/how-can-i-make-my-powerpoint-presentations-amazing- 507552122 Pecha Kucha: Get to PowerPoint in 20 Slides http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NZOt6BkhUg Presentation Zen: http://www.presentationzen.com/ Guide to Slideshare: includes some good presentation examples http://blog.kissmetrics.com/marketers-guide-to-slideshare/ Helpful Links:
  16. 16. UNCG SOE Instructional Technology Services & Website: http://intech.uncg.edu/ UNCG Digital Media Commons: http://library.uncg.edu/spaces/dmc/ UNCG PowerPoint Templates and Projection Images: http://ure.uncg.edu/brandguide/?brandcat=powerpoint- templates-and-projection-images UNCG SOE Director of Instructional Technology: Sandra Bates-Hart smbatesh@uncg.edu UNCG SOE Instructional Technology Consultant: Samantha Harlow slharlow@uncg.edu How can UNCG Help?
  17. 17. References Garr Reynolds, http://www.garrreynolds.com/preso-tips/design/ Seth Godin’s Blog Post: Really Bad PowerPoint http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2007/01/really_bad_powe.html How Can I Make My PowerPoint Presentations Amazing? By Melanie Pinola on Lifehacker http://lifehacker.com/how-can-i-make-my-powerpoint-presentations-amazing- 507552122 Images taken from stock.xchng http://www.sxc.hu/ University of Washington, PowerPoint Best Practices http://www.washington.edu/research/.SITEPARTS/.documents/.osp/PowerPoint _Best_Practices.pdf

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