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SIZE Why you shouldn’t worry about the number of slides in your P O W E R P O I N T April 24, 2015


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The presentations out there BEST


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contain an average of 63 slides


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in a 24,000 drawings/frames 21 minute episode (including background layers) of The Simpsons. There are


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You didn’t even notice you just saw that many “slides”


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? Why


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Because you saw 24,000 good slides, in a logical order, back-to-back.


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What’s a good slide?


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One designed with the audience in mind.


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Bad Slide Good Slide Watch 7 Rules for Creating Effective Slides: https://blog.dashburst.com/presentation/introduction-to-presentation-design-7-rules-for-creating-effective-slides/


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Audiences want simple visuals. text. Audiences don’t want


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Visuals get the point across faster and better.


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Bad Good While you are traveling down this road there is a chance that one or more rocks of varying size may fall from the slopes on one or both sides of you. You should always be aware of this before you travel this way so that you are cautious of this particular type of hazard. Source: Why People Crave Infographics


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Isn’t the point of your presentation to teach your audience something?


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“Buy my company’s insurance plan.” “Do the math problem like this.” “Buy into my business strategy.” Aren’t we all trying to teach something?


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Then make it easy for them to get it.


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Source: 13 Reasons Why Your Brain Craves Infographics 100% of what they hear 80% of what they see and do 20% of what they read People remember …


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the audience isn’t reading your slide anyway. In our information overload society: Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nam id consectetur leo. Proin tincidunt congue elit ut interdum. Duis porta dignissim quam ut maximus. Ut finibus varius rutrum. Nulla f elis mauris, ullamcorpe r vel eleifend nec, efficitur vitae sem. Donec sed purus at dolor consectetur sodales. Vestibulum nisl erat, tempor eu leo auctor, posuere euismod augue. In eget lorem euismod, facilisis neque efficitur, commodo lorem. Phasellus in ligula ac nisl consectetur faucibus et at urna. Donec cursus, augue ac v


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We only read about 28% of words on a page. In our information overload society: Source: 13 Reasons Why Your Brain Craves Infographics


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color visuals increase willingness to read by 80% We should care about our lessons’ visual appeal because: Source: 13 Reasons Why Your Brain Craves Infographics


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It seems so simple, right?!


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If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough. - Albert Einstein “ “


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Then why do we continue to insist on cramming text onto slides?


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Reasons for Making Bad Slides It’s easier for me to write a bunch of sentences than to craft a simple, visual message. What about if I put my word vomit in some kind of order? I only have 2 days to throw together a presentation. If I had more time, I’d clean it up. Putting my script onto slides helps me stay on track. It needs lots of words because it’s going to be emailed around the organization at some point. I’m not always going to be there to defend it. My boss/ event organizer/ peer said to use 10 slides maximum to stay in the time limit. My company is used to seeing typical PowerPoints. It’s their “culture.” Anything else will intimidate them and they’d tune out. 8 I don’t know how to make it look “pretty” so I’ll slap in some clip art when I’m done. It’s the content and not the design that matters most anyway. I’m trying to educate, not entertain. The purpose is to be “informational.”


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These are bad excuses


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that lead to ineffective presentations,


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no matter the topic, audience or purpose.


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of thumb. Rule


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If your audience is human…


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SIZE Doesn’t Matter of the slide deck Simplicity & information design does.


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onto more slides SPLIT THE TEXT Step 1


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If you really want humans to remember your message… Step 2


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Throw in colorful, meaningful pictures & play with the fonts.


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If you’re feeling ambitious … Step 3


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Learn more from Slideshare.com presentations on truly great slide design. (to name a few)


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After all, you just saw a one-slide presentation across 37 slides.


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Intro: The best presentations out there contain an average of 63 slids. An episode of the Simpsons has 24,000 frames but you didn’t realize you saw that many “slides” because you saw 24,000 good slides, in logical order, back to back. A good slide keeps the audience in mind, with simple visuals that get the point across faster unlike a bad one with lots of cluttered text. The point of any presentation is to teach something, whether it be in marketing, education or business. So make the lesson easy for the audience to get. In our information overload society: your audience isn’t reaing your slide anyway People remember 100% of what they hear, 80% of what they see & do, 20% of what they read 28% words on page 80% willingness to read increased with color visuals Simple right? “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” – Einstein Then why do we insist on cramming text into slides? 8 excuses for making bad slides: Laziness: It’s easier for me to write a bunch of sentences than to craft a simple, visual message. What about if I put my word vomit in some kind of order? Unpreparedness: I only have 2 days to throw together a presentation. If I had more time, I’d clean it up. Selfish Presenting: Putting my script onto slides helps me stay on track. Lack of Skill: I don’t know how to make it look “pretty” so I’ll slap in some clip art when I’m done. Need for Control: It needs lots of words because it’s going to be emailed around the organization at some point. I’m not always going to be there to defend it. Bad advice: My boss/ event organizer/ peer said to use 10 slides maximum to stay in the time limit. Insecurity: My company is used to seeing typical PowerPoints. It’s their “culture.” Anything else will intimidate them and they’d tune out. Purpose Misconception These are bad excuses that lead to ineffective presentations, no matter the topic, audience or purpose. Rule of thumb: If your audience is human, size of a presentation doesn’t matter but simplicity and information design does. If you really want humans to remember your message, throw in colorful, meaningful pictures and play with fonts. If you’re feeling ambitious, learn more from slideshare.com presentations on truly great slide design. Close: After all, you just saw a one slide presentation in 38 slides. (By Whitney Power)    


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By: Whitney Power, MBA @whitneylately linkedin.com/in/whitneypower whitney.power@gmail.com


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Images/References Purple Ruler: http://www.readassist.ie/ruler/images/purple.png Simpsons Storyboard: http://www.quora.com/How-many-pages-of-drawings-does-it-take-to-make-a-20-min-cartoon-like-The-Simpsons Flip Book: http://www.thelocal.de/userdata/images/article/de/33793.jpg Thinking Man: http://listen-hard.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/thinking-man.jpg Audience: http://www.protoast.com/cty/roles/files/audience.gif Bad Slide/ Good Slide: https://blog.dashburst.com/presentation/introduction-to-presentation-design-7-rules-for-creating-effective-slides/ Falling Rocks: “13 Reasons Why Your Brain Craves Infographics” Wh All Teaching Something: https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSz9bnyjU_spmtnLu3YHEg1pEpfFmYL8Ydjmfc0xBrhuOvOlRb3 Now I Get It: https://morganelizabeth60.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/oh-i-see.jpg Hear, See, Do Read Icons: Fark.com http://img.fark.net/images/cache/850/l/lQ/fark_lQeEhqiqYR007pgA_nclTBcMB6I.jpg?t=s7h-DdeH3kKwXPj_22USMw&f=1430712000 Presenter Guy: http://churchm.ag/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/presentation-2.jpg Highlighted Paper: http://www.whydidyouwearthat.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/1_s.jpeg Einstein: http://cdn.dogomedia.com/system/ckeditor_assets/pictures/5186cf0b1860e00508005fd3/content_einstein.png Cramming Glass Slipper: http://media.offbeatempire.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/4/files/2015/12/cinderella584.jpg 8 Excuses adapted from/ expanded to: http://scottberkun.com/2009/why-do-people-make-bad-slides/ 8 Excuses Smiley Icons: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-SXovI7VB8rQ/UOmnKqAolhI/AAAAAAAAJFk/3ECYrCoY-IA/s1600/stubborn.png Bad Excuses Stick Man: http://faselshenstone.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Excuses-2.jpg Square Wheels: http://peopleprofits.com/sites/peopleprofits.com/files/Squared%20wheels%20-%20People%20Profits.jpg Rule of Thumb: https://mwaldrondotnet.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/rule-of-thumb-waldron.jpg Human Profiles: http://cdn.mysitemyway.com/etc-mysitemyway/icons/legacy-previews/icons/black-ink-grunge-stamps-textures-icons-people-things/060150-black-ink-grunge-stamp-textures-icon-people-things-people-audience.png Colorful Wall: http://www.viewfacebookcovers.com/images/uploads/f2012112614.Colorful-Wood-Wall.jpg Cinderella Shoe Fit: http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cinderella_glass_slipper_fitting.jpg


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