Enhance your next presentation with these tips for diagrams

We saw some great presentations at SIM 2011 last week–lots of folks are taking the practices of Presentation Zen and Slide:ology to heart. What’s next? Take a look at these slides below, which outline several good practices for adding diagrams to your slides.

Of course, these suggestions aren’t just for slides–they can be put to use any time you need to convey information through a drawing.

Source: A Non-Designer’s Guide to Creating Awesome Diagrams for Slides via Lifehacker


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Aaron Sumner

Aaron Sumner is the Director of Technology for Research and Development at the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning. He has worked in web development and instructional technology since 1994.
  • Patty Graner

    Thank you Amber and Aaron. This is very useful information that I will use. I have been paying attention to Duarte and others and always appreciate the VERY useful information that you post to the blog. I particularly appreciated the slides about nesting, especially for some of our SIM information.

  • http://www.aaronsumner.com/ Aaron Sumner

    Thanks Patty. I wonder if a pre-conference session on doing presentations would be beneficial someday.