How many times have you seen an objectives slide on PowerPoint that looks so bland and dull you have a feeling that if you could eat it, it would taste like cardboard? You know which one I’m referring to, right?
What do you mean so what!?
Stop the dullness! The objectives slide is probably the most important slide in your whole PowerPoint presentation/deck. If you’re set to make them look boring, your audience won’t relate to them. They won’t connect to whatever it is you’re trying to achieve. They’re tuning out. All that hard work you dedicated to your slides was all for nothing.
Not to worry. That’s why Slide Cow is here! Let’s teach you all how to add some flare to your objectives. Let’s make them look crisp, sleek, and awesome. Let’s make your audience go ‘wow’ right from the beginning.
By bringing in a design element to our objectives slide, we are making things easier for our audience. They can easily look wherever they want to look and identify what needs to be identified based on their preferences.
Remember, although all of your objectives need to be SMART (Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Realistic and Time-Oriented), they can also be summarized and separated in a way that allows your audience to pace themselves and/or refer back to the objective at a later stage!
In this tutorial, you will learn how to:
And much more!
Enjoy this one!