Better diagrams for your presentations

by Chris Crockett on July 17, 2013

Sick of dull, uninformative diagrams on your slides? We’ve added a link to our Presentations Wiki on how to make your diagrams more understandable, efficient, and pleasant. If you remember nothing else, keep this in mind: simplify! Already taken a stab at simplifying? Do it again!

And don’t forget, if you have any presentation resources that you’ve found invaluable, add it to our Wiki! The Wiki is a community-driven resource and only thrives if we all tend to it.

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1 Mark Gurwell July 17, 2013 at 12:33 pm

A good resource and blog on same is Better Posters which often has great suggestions with ‘before/after’ shots to show how small changes can make your presentation (often posters, but the techniques can be applied in talks as well) have more impact.


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