Visual content is a crucial need for powerful storytelling in Keynote. Once you have your plan in place and template structure, graphic designer and brand strategist Nicte Cuevas shares how you can determine what visual content you need to support your presentation.
- [Instructor] We all have our unique ways … of presenting to an audience. … We can be engaged and animated, or methodical and collected. … Neither is good or bad. … What matters is that you use content … that supports your style of presenting. … Visuals help engage your audience and evoke an emotion. … Our brains are wired to connect with visuals first, … especially through color. … And if you're curious about the power of color … for your brand, you can learn all about this … on my LinkedIn learning course, Color Trends. … You see, every single element … in your keynote presentations matter. … Your visual content can enhance your message … or even contradicted it. … And with a significant rise … in online events and remote work, … the content that you use for your presentations … is now even more important to get your message across, … but without a clear idea of what content you need, … you actually may end up overwhelming your audience … by presenting too much information. … So before we start designing, …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Plan Your Theme
2. Design and Brand a Custom Theme
3. Work from Your Keynote Theme
4. Slide Transitions and Animations
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