How to have a good presentation? It is critical to land the audience’s attention in the first couple of seconds. Your background and font color should not collide. For a Power Point or any other visual presentation, colors cannot have a negative effect on one another. This would cause the audience to not engage with the presentation, simply because they cannot see the words. Some people are visual learners and would like to look at a screen or presentation to get their own perception rather than just listening to someone lecture. Again, for Power Points, each slide has to provide valuable information and have an appealing design that is readable. Keep the audience’s attention by having a balance of speaking and visual aids.
-Steven D. Jackson


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