Here are some tips and tricks to make your presentation slide more stunning with little touch of color, icons and fonts that are easy to apply.
1. Combine 3 Fonts At Once
As in the picture above, you can try a combination of 3 different font types (one type of font for each line). This can make a difference in your presentation slides. You are also can make the middle paragraph larger among all paragraphs. Accompany it with related icons if possible.
2. Use Strong Colors for Background Slide
The background color becomes one of the crucial things since it might influence how your audience will focus on your slide. You can choose bold or strong colors, like dark blue or dark red. However, make sure your font color is contrast with its background color hence it easier to be read by your audience.
3. Use Black Background for Full Concentration
The most neutral color for the background is black and we are highly recommended especially if you aim to have audiences to focus 100% on your slides' content, such as detailed charts/graphs.
4. Use Background White For Quote/Sentence Content
Wordy or too much writing is not recommended for presentation slides. However, if you are creating a presentation that is intended to be read (or handout), you can use white background color and mix it with other color of icons (as shown above). Make sure the title on the slide also has a super large size and blend it perfectly by choosing the same color of font with icons.
5. Use Full Image for Cover
DoctorSlide recommends you to use a half or 3/4 image placement technique like in the globe image above. This can give you more space for your titles and subtitles yet making your presentation far away from rigidness. It also creates the effect that these slides look wide and large that ultimately look closer to the audience.
Last but not least, equip yourself with extensive rehearsal of presentation and have a good presentation!
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