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Friday, 5 September 2008

Making a powerfull point

Today everyone uses Powerpoint for his or her presentation: here is an example - sent to me by Mercedes Sanchez - how to make a real powerful point. It shows that a presentation becomes powerful by keeping it simple and personal :
  • Each slide has a minimum of text and one message per slide.
  • The visual language supports the main message, using big simple images.
  • No details, no data, no flashy colours, no sentences, just statements.
    All slides contribute to the one point you want the audience to learn about and act upon. For more inspiring examples of making a powerful point look at: sustainable marketing.
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