Hello PowerPoint warriors! I’ve been thinking a lot on what to discuss this for this week, and I found it, timelines!
95% of the time, we end up seeing a timeline slide on PowerPoint that is just too confusing to interpret. It’s either there’s too much going on in one slide, which confuses us and forces us to look around for the information we want. Or, there’s not enough information on the slide in the first place, and there’s too little data to interpret.
The key to is to find a strong balance between the two. That is, we need to make a timeline slide on PowerPoint which:
The best way to do just that is by by using various principles in white space, color schemes, the use of icons, and the amount of text we dedicate to the slide.
Let’s clarify something. Timelines aren’t just a piece of information with dates to pass on to people. They either highlight what has been accomplished up until this point, or what will be accomplished in the future. Also, we usually use them to express important milestones, or key dates, or super important events, or something.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to:
And much more!
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Link to our icons video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4txaw8qAszY
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