2Fonts - Good Use at least an 18-point font Use different size fonts for your title and pointsMake sure your font is easy to read in type, color, and sizeNo more than six lines of font on each slide.
3Don’t make your words too big. Fonts - BadIf you use a small font, your audience won’t be able to read what you have writtenCAPITALIZE ONLY WHEN NECESSARY. IT IS DIFFICULT TO READDon’t use a font that isn’t easy toDon’t make your words too big.
4Color - GoodUse a color of font that contrasts sharply with the backgroundEx: blue font on white backgroundUse color to reinforce the logic of your structureEx: light blue title and dark blue textUse color to emphasize a pointBut only use this occasionally
5Color - BadUsing a font color that does not contrast with the background color is hard to readUsing color for decoration is distracting and annoying.Using a different color for each point is unnecessaryTrying to be creative can also be bad
6Background - GoodUse backgrounds such as this one that are attractive but simpleUse the same background consistently throughout your presentationThis means the same color scheme.Or the same type of design or theme, etc.
7Background - Good If your background is blurry, don’t use it. Don’t use animated backgrounds.Try to stay away from pictures being your background.
8Background – BadAvoid backgrounds that are distracting or difficult to read fromAlways be consistent with the background that you use
9Graphics-Good Use graphics that are related to your theme. Don’t put too many graphics on one slide.Don’t put more than one animated graphic on a slide.
10Graphics-GoodMake sure the colors of the graphic work with your background and words.Don’t let a graphic cover up your words.Don’t stretch your graphic so that it’s blurry.