Guidelines to upload PPTs
  • The first slide of PPTs should have the name of topic (font size 45, Bold)
  • The first slide of PPTs should have the name of First Authors (font size 35, Bold ), author’s affiliation (font size 20)
  • The first slide of PPTs may have the name of Co- Authors (font size 25, Bold ), author’s affiliation (font size 20)
  • The file of slides should be in .ppt or .pptx extensions only

Simple PowerPoint Tips to Create Powerful Presentations

Decide on the Presentation Goal

Select the presentation's objective first. Are you making a pitch deck or distributing an annual report? Is it more important to convince management to support a new marketing strategy or to boost sales?

Create an Outline

Make an outline for your presentation with your presenting objectives in mind. Over time, you'll save time. Additionally, you'll be certain that your presentation contains all the information necessary for your concept or facts to be comprehended.

Slides You Need to Include

Consider the slides you need to use in your presentation as the following phase. If you're making a presentation deck for potential investors, for instance, include information about your firm on the About or Team slides is essential.

Make Your Call to Action Clear

Once you've finished your presentation, select what action you want your audience to do next. Make sure your call to action and detailed directions for what to do appear on the last slide.

Keep Minimum Text

PowerPoint should aid you in making your presentation when it comes to delivering it. It shouldn't serve as the primary information source. Restrict the amount of words since less is more.

Use Large Font

Keep in mind that not everyone in your audience will be seated close to the slides as well. Use bigger text sizes wherever possible.

Readable Fonts

Avoid utilising script or ornamental fonts while we're talking about typefaces. They're challenging to read. For body content, go with sans-serif typefaces. Use a legible serif font to draw attention to your headlines.

Use few colours

Your presentation may become more visually attractive by using colour. However, this does not mandate that you colour each slide uniquely or utilise various font colours. Consider utilising a dark backdrop for the slide with a light colour for the text if you're giving a presentation in a dim environment. Your audience will find it simpler to follow along if you do this. Contrasting colours and light lettering on a light backdrop should be avoided. Your viewers will be diverted by them.

Data With Charts and Graphs

You need to choose the visuals you'll utilise in your presentation, as we just said. Making abstract data simpler to grasp is an excellent approach to use graphs and charts. So don't be afraid to use them.

Widescreen Formats Design

Remember that the majority of projector displays are designed for the widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio. Design your presentation in accordance with those PowerPoint presentation best practises. Your presentation will still be effective if you create it in a 4:3 ratio. However, some of your slides may be improperly displayed or have portions cropped off.

Consistent With Style

Maintaining a consistent visual aesthetic across all slides is another crucial aspect of the PowerPoint design standards. This will support the aesthetic attractiveness of the complete presentation as well as your brand image.

Keep minimum animations

A presentation will appear amateurish and unprofessional if every word or slide is animated.

Proofread Everything

You ensure there are no embarrassing errors, please careful to proofread each slide. Make sure the names of any acquaintances or colleagues you mention in your presentation are spelled correctly to prevent any embarrassing situations. Make sure there are no errors in your presentation by asking someone else to review it.

FIRST NAME LAST NAME MOBILE EMAIL
PINCODE
CITY
STATE
COUNTRY
ADDRESS
DOB
SUBJECT/QUESTION MESSAGE
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