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  • Stage DesignLogo: Only your specific event logo can be repre-sented on stage; never the TEDx logo (without your place name), and never the TED logo.

    Well-placed screen: You'll want to place your projection or video screen where the audience won't have to turn their heads to see it -- but also where it won't interfere with the live speaker.

    Layered lighting: Flat lighting will make even the most excit-ing performance dull to look at. Even if your venue only has fluorescent lights, you can avoid the "lecture hall" look by borrowing floor lamps from your home and placing them at the foot of the stage.

    Stage Design Rules and Guidelines

    Include a Timer and a monitor with Slides for Speakers

    Rug: Use a rug on stage to put the focus on speakers

    Find more guidelines below: http://www.ted.com/pages/tedx_stage_design

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    Questions? Contact us at tedx@ted.com