Helpful Design Hints

Making a Powerpoint or similar presentation?  These will help ensure success!

Edward Tufte shows us how to present data & info!Put your name on your work.Take every chance to show a real tangible object.The point of an infographicDon't use boxes.Seek to explain something,
Maps get it right.When presenting, focus on two things:To clarify, add detail.Don't cherry pickIf a graphic doesn't help,Clutter
If something is confusing,It's better to have people study dataThe audience is like you.Do not dumb down the design.Don't let powerpoint dictate the design.Spend less time speaking.
Asking people to drill downTell the audience what's important.The only thing worse than reading aloud is the slow reveal.Look for inspiration in the wildA number provides information, but it doesn't give context.Financial journals
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About Megan Boyd

Teacher of Graphic Design I & II as well as Digital Photo. I live in Room B207.
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