Living on the EDGE
Having images and text together on a single slide can sometimes be challenging. Both set of information (text and images) might be fighting for attention on that single slide.
We know that every time we show a slide during a presentation, it is best to have an item that will lead the audience to focus on. It can be an image, diagram, illustration, or even text that is big and clearly visible to the audience.
An effective approach to using images together with text is to place images at the edge of the slide, leaving the center of the slide for text object. Of course we should limit the number of words we use, and ensuring that the text object is big and clear creating a focus point.
Here are a couple of examples that you can try in your next presentation.
Fig 1: Images on the top edge
Fig 2: Images on the right edge
Fig 3: Images on corner edges
See the difference in your next presentation. Don't be afraid to make an impact.