This slide is rightly called “Death by Powerpoint.”
You’ve probably seen something a lot like it. Lots of text. Way too many bullets. Complicated graphs. And type so small you need an electron microscope to see it.
Nobody learns anything from those slides (except maybe to bring some aspirin to their next meeting).
However, if you’re struggling with your slides, there is something you can do.
Take them to the slide doctor
Chris Landry specializes in slide makeovers. Send him one or two slides. He’ll examine the patient, diagnose the problem, and cure it. He’ll even post before and after shots, and explain how he does it.
His slides are so good, they were in the book Presentation Zen and won a prize from SlideShare.
Don’t let bad powerpoint happen to you
Email him at slidedoctor [at] gmail.com