Making Powerpoints

Everyone knows how to make a powerpoint. So let’s skip ahead in the lesson, shall we?

Most recently we’ve been learning how to make our powerpoints more efficient.

How, you may or probably won’t ever ask? By omitting every bit of information so there is no information that is unnecessary or redundant. Keep it all vocal. Vocal, in the sense that it would mostly be spoken word accompanied by images that convey your message.

Make the font huge so it can be read from any distance and be concise, reduce the use of bullet points and keep things brief. Ideally, it should be 20 slides, 20 seconds each, as suggested by Pecha Kucha . 

Most commonly, these types of powerpoints are given in person, but if it’s given virtually, they’ll probably attach an audio. I will link down below, my example powerpoint, very simple. Sadly, I was unable to attach an audio, so for the time being it’s just images.

I chose to randomly bring up my love for The Devil Wears Prada’s Miranda Priestly, played by Meryl Streep, our queen.


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