Learn to avoid death by PowerPoint in 6 steps.
Build a strong foundation in how to create pop art style images from beginner to advanced
- Turn instructional slides into informative works of art
- Learn 6 steps to avoid death by PowerPoint
- Take a story first approach to create a portfolio of visual design skills
Hands-on Learning to Gain Powerful Skills at Your Fingertips
This course uses evidence based learning to support skill development through:
- Hosted demonstrations to see professional examples
- Deconstructed skills for a step by step path for learning
- Simple practice activities to build a portfolio of skills through self-correcting and fast improving
Content and Overview
Suitable for beginner to advanced instructional designers, teachers, trainers and creatives. Through this course of 13 lectures and 1 hour of content, you’ll learn the first principles for avoiding death by PowerPoint by
- Creating an effective outline
- Getting great visuals
- Working with custom fonts
- Creating custom designs
- Applying special effects
- Using color and composition
Each concept is demonstrated with follow along videos with step by step instructions. Practice is encouraged to build a portfolio of skills using the demonstrated techniques.
What am I going to get from this course?
- 13 lectures and 1 hourof focused content for the skills that matter most!
- Learn 6 essential skills for avoiding death by PowerPoint from a professional coach from your desk.
- Suitable for beginner educators, trainers, marketers, instructional designers and ideal for people who learn faster when shown.
- Visual training method offering students increased retention and accelerated learning.
- Breaks even the most complex functions into simplistic steps to follow, practice, and then create to publish to a portfolio of skills
- Custom learning is supported with an active discussion
- Beginner to advanced instructors, curriculum developers and professionals who need to communicate visually will benefit from this course. This course is not for those that don’t want to spend some time to improve the visual content and layout of images in presentations.