To recap, the Landscape can actually be used as a rather handy tool to help you give your audience and end presentation environment some well needed due care and attention.
And to put this into context we’ve created three differing presentation scenarios to show how you could use the landscape when preparing presentations.
Scenario 1: A Large Corporate Event Presentation
The first thing to do is to look at the outer ring and consider the environment you are presenting in.
In this instance the presentation is taking place in a large auditorium, to an audience of hundreds of people with little audience interaction.
So in the outer segment you would be clearly sitting in the Formal segment.
Then working inwards, you can choose from the relevant presentation delivery tools and choose the best one for your specific audience.
For example, a Large Screen would be the right option to deliver to a large audience.
Now you know what the final output is you can easily choose the best tool to create your supporting visuals with.
Typical presentation tools in this formal area are PowerPoint, Prezi, or Keynote – with PowerPoint being the most likely choice.
One thing to always remember if you’re creating PowerPoint slides for a large event, the AV company running the stage will probably be running the presentations in 16×9 format – but you never know, so always check before creating any presentation collateral.
Then make sure that everyone in your company who is responsible for creating slides has been briefed to create them in the same ratio and using the same template.
The last thing you want to be doing right before a large event is trying to convert everybody’s slides into the same ratio and template.
If you need any help with planning your presentations for a large event, please do just give us a call.
We are well versed in pulling together multiple presentations into one large, visually stunning, perfectly consistent and formatted presentation.
In fact you could say, Eyeful are the aspirin to your event headache!
We’ll have another presentation scenario example soon and stand by for more Tech Season articles.
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