Nowadays PowerPoint is one of the most used productivity tools in companies, either internally with colleagues or externally with partners.
Unfortunately the quality of presentations isn’t growing at the same pace, as most of them are monotonous and packed with irrelevant information so one forgets them ten minutes after.
Nancy Duarte suggests that for a presentation to be memorable it must have strong contrasts:
- Visually – choose strong images and charts to explain an idea
- Verbally – change the voice tone according to the message’s importance
- Physically – complement the presentation with some action and interactivity
Source: Be Dramatic, Be Memorable