Sticky Presentations bite size article: 5 Degree Rotation (part II)

5 Degree Rotation (part II)

Aug 01, 2013

In the first part of the 5-degree rotation (titled 5 Degree Impact) we talked about rotating an image object to create a more exciting overall design for our presentation slides. Today we will use the same technique for the title / main message of our slides.

We can use this technique throughout our presentation deck keeping a consistent design style. In the examples below, I also use color differentiation to create zones to hold information needed for each slide. The combination of these two techniques gives us numerous perspectives in varying our slide design.

Examples of slides using the 5 degree rotation

Do you have slides that you may apply this technique? Give it a try and you will see your presentation slides transformed into one that is more exciting.

The author, ANG Tian Teck is a coach, trainer, and speaker, specialising in inspiring organisations and business leaders to deliver high impact presentations. He has coached, trained, and infected over 10,000 individuals across the region with his Amazing Sticky Presentations approach. Tian Teck is also the author of two books, Sticky Presentations, and Spinning I.D.E.A.S.

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