• Burris Pereira posted an update 8 months ago

    Have you ever seen an exhibition containing content everywhere, and you wonder, which part to look at first? The slide might have charts somewhere, text on another side and pictures on another side. They presenter assumes that since they will be explaining what is written, the audience will ‘get it’.

    Such slides typically happen when presenters use presentation templates provided along with their presentation software. While such complex presentation templates result in the presenter look intelligent, they confuse the viewers.

    The real reason for such ppt slides confusing the crowd is – the way we read.

    Once we read, eyes typically travel from the following order:

    1. From left to right

    2. The top to the down and

    3. Clockwise

    Given this order of reading slides, can you imagine how confused the target audience becomes looking to read the slides with many different content?

    A good presentation template really should have content put into wherein audience can read without feeling confused. The presenter’s aim would be to keep the audience centered on his content and never on reading tough to understand slides.

    The amount content about the slide is too much? Listed here are 2 simple rules to find out if you have a lot of content on the slide.

    1. Stick to the eye movement: While using the order by which eyes move, look at slide and find out if your eye movements are smooth. If the eyes move around in a zigzag way, then this ppt template is simply too complex and requirements to become simplified.

    By way of example if your slide demands the reader to advance his eyes from left to right, it isn’t difficult enough. If it demands the audience to read from left to right and as much as down and left to right again, it’s too complex.

    2. Two is company, three can be a crowd: This common saying holds good for slides also. Should there be more than 2 types of elements for the slide, it is probably too complex. By elements, I am talking about a text box or graph or even an image. For example, every time a presentation template has text box, image as well as a table, it counts as 3 elements. It is probably too complex as well as to get simplified.

    Remember, that adding a whole new slide will not cost anything. It is advisable to include another slide rather than to confuse your audience. Whenever you confuse your audience, they quit paying awareness of what you really are saying.

    So, whether you are choosing the ppt template, an exhibit background or perhaps a easily available presentation template, make sure to use 2 elements or less in the slide. We come across a number of templates being offered designed to use strong colours as well as too many elements with a slide.

    Be sure you keep the audience devoted to your message.

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