[SOLVED] Week 6 Micro
Im studying for my Excel class and dont understand how to answer this. Can you help me study?
Week 6 Discussion
Sitting through PowerPoint presentations and trainings is often viewed as a necessary evil of working in a professional organization. While a PowerPoint should ideally be a visually appealing complement to a speech or lecture, too often presenters create crowded, ineffective slides with either too much or not enough text, or an overload of “gimmicks” like clip art, sound files, and jarring transitions. What are some of your presentation software pet peeves, or things to avoid? What are some best practices for slide design?
Additionally, research other presentation software besides PowerPoint and Google Slides, choose one, and write a brief overview of its features. Please include a link to the software’s website so your classmates can look through it as well.
Please respond to the initial question by day 5 and be sure to post two additional times to peers and/or instructor by day 7. The initial post by day 5 should be 75 to 150 words, but may go longer depending on the topic. If you use any source outside of your own thoughts, you should reference that source. Include solid grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and spelling.
Vyonds online animation software allows your business to easily create professional animated videos for industries like marketing, training, and eLearning.
Vyond is changing the way the world communicates, one video at a time. One of my pet peeves is to have too many words to read and not enough pictures.
Pet peeves when it comes to power point is something that I got taught from an early age. Too much images and flash can make your presentation fall too flat. Also, capitalizing on bullet points is something that I like. I think it looks more professional to capitalize the first letter just not on and or of. I looked at this website: https://envato.com/elements/lp/keynote/?msclkid=8bf3372b4097155519cd6a8643b0e443&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=elements_bing_en_us_e&utm_term=keynote&utm_content=ee_keynote_oka_e
It is keynote and it is just like power point, but it makes your presentation flash. I believe it is restricted with free access, but it looks pretty grand due to all the templates it has ready for use.