Like it or not, the ability to create effective slide designs is a skill that will benefit you and any audience you are trying to reach. This collection is of slide decks will help anyone improve their presentation and slide making skills.
If you want to dive even deeper, you might be interested in this big curated collection of PowerPoint and presentation-related resources that I maintain over on Zeef.
The Science of Memorable Presentations | Ethos 3
Many people who build presentations and other slide-based content like e-learningg can benefit from learning the science behind what works best and what doesn’t. This deck from Ethos 3 is a great start. While you’re at it, check out this must read post on “The Scientific Reason Why Bullets Are Bad for Presentations”
Why Presentations Matter |
The Presentation Designer
In this SlideShare presentation, you’ll see some helpful tips to improve your presentation designs and how to make your presentations more engaging.
Slides that Rock
Five design principles for creating slides that rock!
8 Tips for an Awesome PowerPoint Presentation | Damon Nofar
Try out these eight tips on how to make your PowerPoint slides more visually engaging, creative and fun.
74 Safe Font Combos for PowerPoint | Johanna Rehnvall
This interactive guide is divided into four groups: sans serif+sans serifs, sans serifs + serifs, serifs + serifs, serifs + sans serifs. It also has a super helpful matrix view.
23 Quick Color Schemes for Your Presentation | Johanna Rehnvall
This is a quick guideto the built-in PowerPoint color themes which can be easily applied to your presentation and graphics, regardless of what presentation template you are using.
5 Ways to Surprise Your Audience and Catch Their Attention | Damon Nofar
Gaining and keeping the attention of your audience is critical. Check out these five ways of using the element of surprise in your presentations.
One Point Per Slide | Stinson Design
This deck will show you why having only one point per slide is important!
How to be a PowerPoint Animation Ninja | Bright Carbon
BrightCarbon’s presentation experts guide you from animation novice to ninja in 7 easy steps! If you like this one, be sure the check out How To Be A PowerPoint Animation Ninja (Level 2)!
You Suck at PowerPoint | Jesse Dejardins
Learn about the 5 design mistakes you need to avoid.
Slide Docs | Nancy Duarte
Slidedocs are visual documents developed in presentation software intended to be read and referenced instead of projected. Take a spin through this deck and start reimagining your documents. Visit Nancy Duarte’s slidedocs.com to learn more and download templates that will get you started.
You Already Know How to Build mLearning (You Just Don’t Know It) | Mike Taylor
Mobile content is rapidly becoming a must-have for organizations big and small. This deck will show you how quick and easy it can be to build mobile-friendly content with PowerPoint (yes, PowerPoint) that is visually appealing, interactive, and dynamic.
I’d love to hear if you like any of these or what others are on your list of favorites!
3 thoughts on “Top Presentation Slide Decks”
Thank you! I pinned it to my elearning pinterest board: https://www.pinterest.com/triciaransom/elearning/.
So extraordinarily helpful!