With slide back ground colour that varies across the slide no matter what

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With slide back ground colour that varies across the slide … no matter what colour lettering you choose
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INFO5990 Lecture 10A - 53 Designing a slide – Template 1 Three or four information points per slide. Fewer if complex points. Use simple animation to build up a more complicated image. Use colour sparingly for emphasis. Use good contrasting colours. Avoid blue - orange, green - yellow, red - purple Avoid ‘fancy’ templates as supplied
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INFO5990 Lecture 10A - 54 Designing a slide – Template 2 Three or four information points per slide. Fewer if complex points. Use simple animation to build up a more complicated image. Use colour sparingly for emphasis. Use good contrasting colours. Avoid blue - orange, green - yellow, red - purple Avoid ‘fancy’ templates as supplied
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INFO5990 Lecture 10A - 55 Designing a slide – Template 3 Three or four information points per slide. Fewer if complex points. Use simple animation to build up a more complicated image. Use colour sparingly for emphasis. Use good contrasting colours. Avoid blue - orange, green - yellow, red - purple Avoid ‘fancy’ templates as supplied
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INFO5990 Lecture 10A - 56 Designing a slide – Template 4 Three or four information points per slide. Fewer if complex points. Use simple animation to build up a more complicated image. Use colour sparingly for emphasis. Use good contrasting colours. Avoid blue - orange, green - yellow, red - purple Avoid ‘fancy’ templates as supplied
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INFO5990 Lecture 10A - 57 Design can be more ‘graphic’ than effective
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INFO5990 Lecture 10A - 58 Design can be more ‘graphic’ than effective
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INFO5990 Lecture 10A - 59 Design can be more ‘graphic’ than effective
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INFO5990 Lecture 10A - 60 Design can be more ‘graphic’ than effective
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INFO5990 Lecture 10A - 61 Simple is good, so, keep it simple Three or four information points per slide. Fewer if complex points. Use simple animation to build up a more complicated image. Use colour sparingly for emphasis Use good contrasting colours. Avoid blue - orange, green - yellow, red - purple Avoid ‘fancy’ templates as supplied
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INFO5990 Lecture 10A - 62 Make each slide COUNT The moment a slide is presented, the audience's attention is drawn to it ... so use it! Allow time for audience to read and absorb it Use every word on your slide If you can simply ‘skim over it’ then leave it out Do not have too many slides It’s an ORAL PRESENTATION, not a picture show Rule of thumb: no more than about 1 slide per minute . For 10 minutes, no more than 15 slides.
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INFO5990 Lecture 10A - 63 Sometimes it is necessary to use numerical data, graphs, or equations ... ... if so, slow down, and talk your audience through each equation or table of data
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INFO5990 Lecture 10A - 64 Use animation to build up a complex slide Work performed on site Details checked Timesheet data entered Timesheet filled in Batch allocation process Labour hours appear in job details Data written Data read New data written Example: Timesheet processing
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INFO5990 Lecture 10A - 65 You can even include video clips
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INFO5990 Lecture 10A - 66 Group Assignment : Timing for your talk 1.
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