Spelling mistakes, grammar errors and poorly used punctuation will stand out like a sore thumb. 8. Using a Poor-Quality Presentation This is a huge problem if you have checked over your presentation before presenting it. You need to make sure that your presentation is high-quality and free from errors, otherwise, you’ll be harming your own credibility as a presenter and people … Continue reading Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (8 of 12)
Avoid putting the most important information at the edges of your slide. 7. Hiding the Important Information When it comes to conveying your information within the slides of the presentation, it’s essential that you highlight the important information. This means you should avoid putting the most important information at the edges of your slide, rather into the middle where it’s … Continue reading Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (7 of 12)
Using a light text on a light background is bad, especially for those sitting at the back of your presentation. 6. Poorly Contrasted Slides Contrasting is one of the most important habits you need to learn for creating professional PowerPoint presentations. The worst-case scenario of this is using white text on a white background, which you’re obviously not going to … Continue reading Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (6 of 12)
The best way is to create your own images for PowerPoint presentation so you can be sure that they are not abstract but absolutely perfect for the topic of your presentation. 5. Not Formatting Images Correctly If you’ve ever seen a PowerPoint presentation where someone has added images, either from Google Image Search or otherwise, you’ll be aware of the fact that it’s so annoying when … Continue reading Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (5 of 12)
Simply use hard transitions. 4. Using Poor Transitions We all know that PowerPoint comes with a tonne of built-in transitions which take you from one slide to the next. This includes fades in, fade-outs, cut-across slides and much more. However, these are simply distracting to your presentation and should be avoided at all costs. Simply use hard transitions.
Embed everything you want to share within your presentation. 3. Leaving the Presentation Midway Through During your presentation, you may find that you need to play a video, show some images or in some other way share some form of multimedia with your audience. However, this is one of the worst things that you can do since it breaks … Continue reading Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (3 of 12)
Try to keep your graphs simple and easy to read. 2. Using Complex Charts Charts are sometimes a necessity when it comes to PowerPoint presentations, and they are a great way to convey large amounts of data in an easy to read format. However, it’s easy to get carried away when designing these charts and add too much information … Continue reading Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (2 of 12)