02/02/23 - 9:30am PST, 12:30 pm EST
55 "get-in-get-out" minutes
People who know that slide decks can be something to be proud of.
We’ve all suffered through bullet-heavy, jam-packed, ugly presentations. Yet, we keep building them. Why?
In this captivating workshop we explore the psychology of presentation design. We examine research-based best practices around slide content, displaying data, and animation that helps with retention.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
You’ll learn about imagery, design, and how to make a deck work for live presentation and as reading material. This is the thinking person’s PowerPoint class.
Surprising research about how to build slides that increase memory and comprehension
Easy to follow rules that will lead to people saying “that was a helpful slide”
Neuroscience-based design tips that lead to “clean design”
You’re going to love it.
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