After the basics of typography, It’s time to go a little bit in detail and see how can we improve our typeface selections by picking the best pair in our fonts library. Combining typography is important for you if you want to establish a different and harmonious layout for your projects and presentations, and of course, not every two font you select will not combine well with each other. So let’s get it started.
Okumaya devam et The way through a good presentation: Combining Typefaces
This time on the shiny road to a good presentation, i want to touch on the typeface issue that is mostly regarded as a trouble. Most of the time, I am sure that you find yourself stuck in a very loooooong list of fonts to be selected for your projects. There are more than a hundred typefaces there, and you need to pick one, right? what a painful decision, You must have asked yourself, there must be a better way! Or you just use the system default font not to mess with the selection part, but agree that Calibri is so commonly used to be good. So here you are.
Okumaya devam et The way through a good presentation: Typefaces
Hello, I am sure that whether you are a student or a teacher, you see slides in almost every lesson content, or in a project. So being a powerful supplementary material, slideshows offers us great flexibility and in some cases they are a lifejacket for us (especially when you are not prepared).
So, as an ELT student and more or less a graphic designer, I want to touch this slideshow preparation issue mostly by the design side, about how we can -as teachers or students, doesn’t matter- improve the quality of our slides and avoid being a doesn’t-fit-the-margin teacher. I will try to be as clear as possible, because most of the people complain that these technical terms sound like some kind of elvish to them. (they’re right, though.) So, let’s take a look at some aspects of preparing a bad presentation first:
Okumaya devam et The way through a good presentation : Introduction