How to Create Great Slides for Presentations

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  • How to create

    for presentations

    Image via Kevin Dooley

  • slides can look great and be informative

    Image via John Antoni

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  • More of

    and

  • If in doubt, think

  • Image via Lord Jim

  • Find a fantastic free (or three)

    Arial

    Times new roman

    Comic sans

    Pacifico Bree serif

  • is an awesome resource

  • has a great collection

  • has fonts too

  • Choose and use a scheme:

  • has loads of colour ideas

  • lets you easily create your own palettes

  • but instantly recognisable brands use it

  • easy-peasy

  • Hmmmm

  • hoodwolly

  • KatKit

  • Yawoo!

  • Even works in Even works in

  • yawoo!

  • Even with

  • Doddle

  • But I digress, back to

  • Use nice

    Image via Seanmcgrath

  • make use of Image via Brett Jordan

  • and

  • an entire community of awesome photos from real people who share them

  • has tonnes of immense icons

  • You just have to find and

    Image via remography

  • search multiple image sites with

  • is super cool at finding creative commons photos

  • but remember the creative commons

    Image via VinothChandar

  • You dont have to use images for everything, the key is to

  • My process:

  • One more super cool

  • helps identify colours based on an image url.

  • More slide inspiration

  • more Flickr image inspiration