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3 TIPS FOR AN
TIP #1: POSITION YOUR CONTENT IN LAYERS
Leave your key points visible and fixed on the page to highlight your main message.
Hide secondary information in windows or tooltips that open when you click on or hover over a chosen element in your presentation.
If you’re presenting in person, you’ll have greater control over the pacing of secondary information and can give your audience time to come up with their own ideas before giving yours.
If you’re sending the presentation to a client or student, they’ll be able to explore each slide in search of additional information you’ve tucked away.
TIP #2: ADD AN ACTIVITY
Activities where you ask participants to predict outcomes before you share real data or sort concepts into categories can help get your audience engaged and invested in your topic.
Can contain music
Great as a slider on a website
Fits less info per slide
Fits more info per slide
Contains multiple slides
A good format for interactivity
Drag these features into the correct category.
TIP #3: insert external tools or elements
Click on +info
Never underestimate the element of surprise.
Inserting elements that your audience isn’t expecting to see in a presentation can make a huge impact.
You can insert content as simple as an imageand as complex as a PDF, Google Map, game or full presentation.Anything you embed works as it would on its normal site. You can explore the Google Map above and you can interact with the tweet below that will update itself automatically.📣🗨For you, for everyone. With these free resources, you can keep up the rhythm of your work and studies from a distance.⬇⬇— Genially (@genially_en) April 6, 2020
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