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011-Thick and Thin

An exciting way to create highlight is to vary the thickness of the font used on our presentation slides. A very common method is to apply the BOLD style to the selected word (or words). But to make this more interesting, we might want to choose a font type that has different width definition. ...

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010-Line Art illustrations

A photographed image shows too much detail and sometimes might not be quite suitable for the intended presentation. Using line art in presentation slides is another approach to designing effective visuals. Line art illustrations create clean and simple look in the slide design and allow your audienc ...

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009-Colour, Contrast, and Size

Developing effective presentation slides can be quite challenging when time is a constrain. This is true when we need to research for images to include in our presentation slides. To save time, we can use colour contrast and differing font styles to create impact on our presentation slides without u ...

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008-Growing Numbers

Presenting numbers can be quite challenging at times. We always resort to copying and pasting data from a spreadsheet onto PowerPoint slides. There are alternatives to the boring spreadsheet if we take a little effort to analyse what key numbers should appear on our presentation slides. Again, the b ...

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007-Focus on Titles

Slide titles don't always have to be at the top of the slide. Our slides can be made more interesting if we reposition slide titles differently. A common alternative is to position them in the center or at the bottom of the slide. Sometimes we might want to position it at an angle?a technique that w ...

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006-Make labels exciting

Nothing is worse than not being able to see text on presentation slides and wondering what the presenter is referring to. This is especially true in busy slides with labels trying to describe parts of a picture or a diagram. Information on every corner of the presentation slide seems to be fighting ...

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