Don’t succumb to the dark slide

  • A light background is fresh and clear. Think Apple
  • If you are staring at the screen for 45-minutes, there are bigger problems than the background colour. You should be staring at the speaker for 40, and the slides for 5.
  • The movie credits analogy is daft. It’s flawed in that it’s hardly a great example of something captivating, how many of you actually stay for the credits?
  • However, if he is correct, and if he truly believes it why is his book black text on white, and more to the point, his website?

He goes on to say “put your logo on every slide”. You know myfeelings on this.

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