If you’re representing a business or organisation, try to fit your slides to match your brand’s image.
10. No Slide Consistency
While you want your slide to be engaging, eye-catching and to hold your viewer’s attention, it’s bad practice to mix up colours, fonts and text styles in your presentations. If you’re going from slide #1 that has black text of a certain font of a certain size to the slide #2 that ha much larger text, a different colour and a different font, this will just get distracting and confusing.
Try to use a clear and easy to read font, such as Calibri and avoid handwritten-styled fonts at all costs. If you choose to use certain colours, choose a handful that complements each other well but don’t choose anything too contrasting. If you’re representing a business or organisation, try to fit your slides to match your brand’s image.
Sites like UK Writings have professional writers who can create, check and edit your slides to make sure they are professional and consistent with one another. Note: if you’re adding citations to your slides, be sure to use the free Cite It In tool to do so professionally.