CYB 400 Presentation Planning.docx - The primary angles to take for a visual presentation versus a personal presentation is the way the message is

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The primary angles to take for a visual presentation versus a personal presentation is the way the message is delivered. It must be remembered that the speaker is not present to answer any questions so the professional jargon must be kept at a minimum. This is true of course unless it will be viewed by only members of the same professional community. What acronyms some consider second hand knowledge, to others it is a foreign language. The message must be simple and direct. This keeps the presentation short and precise. Nobody wants to sit or stand and watch a thirty-minute slide show, but a ten-minute one can be easily watched in passing or during a break. This presentation would be set up in a general area centralized to the audience that is needing to get the information. It would also serve as a great pre and post personal presentation. This way the audience would already be familiar with the information before the speaker and be able to keep the information fresh after the presentation has been done. The data would need to be laid out in a simple to follow form, allowing the presentation to flow smoothly. A simple background, one color shade to not cause contrast. High contrast is difficult to read. Should also avoid colors that are similar. No red and green together, yellow and blue, or orange and red. These colors present a huge hurdle for those with color blindness.
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