In this post, as part of our series on Keynote, we address tips on the appearance of slides to promote clarity in communication to your audience. While most of our posts have focused on how and why to use this tool with students, this post is geared more for folks who might be presenting to an audience. It’s appropriate for students giving presentations, but also the adults in the audience, as well!
The tips contained in the embedded YouTube video below include:
- Chunking Your Talk into Sections (Think chapters, acts, etc.)
- Providing a Table of Contents and a similar Review Slide
- Using Animation to Build Content onto Slides
- Choosing and Sticking to a Color Palette
- Additional Tips
If you’d like to play with my presentation and see how everything works within Keynote, you can download it here. Please do not repost or publish these slides elsewhere—thanks.