The 3 methodologies summed up by the great god

 2022-10-21 14:15:19 5020

Hello everyone, I am Mr. Li Chi, a senior lecturer of iSlide.

In the process of long-term lectures, I found that too many small partners, if they encounter the task of making PPT by the leader, they will look for various templates with the purpose of making the PPT taller. Thought templates would do everything...

They would even specifically ask me if I had any PPT templates for them after enrolling in my class...

So the question is, are PPT templates really useful?

For example, you need to modify the following PPT page:

So I worked hard to find the following excellent PPT template in the vast network (doesn't it look very tall?):

Then set the template:

I can only wish you the best of luck...

In fact, the purpose of the PPT template is to help you be lazy, but this effect obviously cannot achieve the purpose. (Thank goodness for not being scolded by the boss).

So this is the disadvantage of templates. Many templates that seem to be "tall" are actually put into your content, and it is easy to be unaccustomed to the situation.

It is like the difference between many seller shows and buyer shows on Taobao.

The reason is that the PPT you made does not conform to the basic specifications, and it is only for the one-sided pursuit of tallness.

So what are the basic norms? Do you want me to start with graphic design theory?

In fact, standardized PPT is not that difficult, you only need to master these three points, and many professional PPTs also follow this specification, and have that kind of professional style.

And these three points are to follow: font, color and typography.

01 Font Specification

Everyone has experienced PPT with messy fonts, in which all kinds of Song script, italic script, official script and black script are mixed together, which looks very unprofessional at first glance.

So what font specifications should we use to meet professional specifications?

First of all, everyone should know that using Microsoft Yahei is a correct solution, but every time someone brings it over, we have to replace it with Microsoft Yahei one by one, which is simply stupid manual work!

Therefore, it is the kingly way to quickly turn the text of the entire PPT into Microsoft Yahei.

In fact, PPT has reserved such a function for you, which can quickly switch the entire document font to Microsoft Yahei; in addition, the iSlide plug-in also has a unified font function, which can realize font unification with one click.

Did you find that the specification of fonts is far less difficult than you think, and can be implemented quickly?

02 Color Specifications

You must have seen a lot of gorgeous PPTs like the following.

After all, the application of color is basically still in a "do whatever you want" stage.

In fact, not only PPT, but also various stage decorations and visual presentations on the market, such effects are not uncommon.

For example, the Spring Festival Gala stage, such as the decoration in supermarkets, after all, Chinese people pay attention to a lively everywhere.

But the colors on the PPT are not "lively". For example, in the color use of the two PPTs below, you may be able to see at a glance which is more professional.

03 Format Specifications

When it comes to typography, it is also a thing that makes men silent and women cry. Because of this matter, it is estimated that few people can explain it clearly.

"Typesetting, isn't it just where to put it where it is."

But in fact, professional PPT, all follow a unified typesetting specification. Each page is aligned with uniform guides.

So if you are still struggling with typesetting, it is very likely that you have not set such a unified guideline and align the content according to the guideline.

And a set of standard PPT, he must have internal standard reference lines that you can't see, to constrain the placement of the content.