A workshop on
Powerpoint Killed the Presentation Star
When: December 1, 2017
About the workshop:
Stop letting Powerpoint be the boss of your presentations! In this three hour workshop, you will learn how to apply the basic principles of design and visual communication to your presentations and help audiences connect to your content in a meaningful way. We will review how to design effective and memorable presentations using original graphics and found imagery as well as the best design practices for presentations and the major visual design blunders to avoid. Pro Tip: Filling a slide with text and then reading your audience the text on your slide is considered a torture device in some cultures.
Please bring a laptop with adobe illustrator installed and an active google account to participate fully in this workshop. You can get a 7-day free trial of adobe illustrator HERE.
Lunch and all other materials will be provided.
Instructor: Jenna Frye, Faculty, Foundations, MICA
Location: Johns Hopkins University, Homewood Campus, Malone Hall, room G33/35
Registration is free and open to JHU students. All course materials will be provided.