The Mentor Group PowerPoint Series#1

Do not let your graphics float!

As a trainer, we use Power Point slides for our visual aids. It is expected that when we use these slides, they add value to what we are teaching because they are done professionally. One way of ensuring that our slides are nice to look at is by creating an illusion that the graphics are intentionally placed in their position.

A great example of this is cut graphics. We normally place this graphics either to the left or right of the slides. But do you know that by attaching it to the edge of the slide, the illusion that the graphics is part of the design makes the visual more compelling?

Take a look at the following example and let us know what you think!

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