Think back to the last presentation you sat through. Was it good? What made you remember it? And do you remember it for the right reasons or the wrong reasons? A bad deck can detract from the message you’re trying to convey.
The good news is you don’t need to have a background in design to create slick, compelling presentations.
Understanding and implementing some basic design principles can radically improve your presentations (reports, websites or any visual piece of information).
This hands on workshop will provide you with an overview of design principles and introduction to free online resources that will help you build your ideal deck. Not too much theory though – we’ll spend most of the time working on implementing the principles on your own slide deck. There’ll be plenty of time for feedback.
Bri is an education and experience design expert and occasional illustrator (instagram @skadidraws). She has used her skills in design to help communicate complicated ideas, secure millions of dollars in funding and draw random pictures of food and animals.
What to bring:
A slide deck you’d like to work on (complete or an idea)
Access to powerpoint or google docs