Checkpoints for Creating Slides / WordCamp Ogijima 2018 slideguide-en

Checkpoints for Creating Slides / WordCamp Ogijima 2018 slideguide-en

Checkpoints for creating slides in WordCamp Ogijima 2018.
Translated by Kogumari.

The Text: https://github.com/WordCampOgijia/slide-guide/blob/master/text_en.txt

You can get the keynote files and PDF files on GitHub.
https://github.com/WordCampOgijia/slide-guide

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July 19, 2018
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  1. For Speakers Checkpoints for Creating Slides

  2. Venue: School Gymnasium To secure airiness, there will be natural

    light photo by Yamato Fukui
  3. ʢas of 2018.6.15ʣ Venue Layout 36m Sponsor Booth Area Door

    Screen Podium Mattressʢsit on floorʣ Seats 18m 200 people 1800×3600mm Projector
  4. Please cooperate in creating slides A large venue with natural

    light, one screen only at front, hot gymnasium in summer… When creating slides Easy-to-read Clear Use large letters Contrasty Lower cognitive load
  5. #BTJD'PSNBU Slide Ratio ʹ 16 : 9 ʢrecommendedʣ Reference :

    Maximum resolution of projector is 1920×1200 ※ Ratio other than 4 : 3 can be displayed Insert a cover slide on 1st slide
 ʢbefore slide titleʣ This is a common slide used in-between sessions. 
 Image for cover slide will be shared later.
  6. Size and Thickness Letters to be BIG Be careful of

    thick lettersɾthin letters Please use big letter size, including letters within diagram etc. Consider dividing slides, or use simple words to limit the no. of letters used in one slide. Using too thick letters makes it difficult to read. 
 Please secure contrast and size by limiting the usage of extreme thick letters and 
 thin letters to heading and chapter door. This size is 
 small for content
  7. Line SpaceɾLine Break Appropriate line space Sentences are difficult to

    read when line
 space is too clogged or too much room. When using multiple lines, it becomes easy to read when line breaks with words or phrase, not an automatic return. Sentences are difficult to read when line
 space is too clogged or too much room. Break line with meaning When using multiple lines,
 it becomes easy to read when 
 line breaks with words or phrase, 
 not an automatic return. Too clogged Too much room
  8. Contrast Strong contrast between font and 
 background color We

    recommend over 7:1 ratio rate for basic font color and background color Check tool exampleɿ http://contrast-ratio.com/ Background #4484C0 Font #FFFFFF 3.95 Background #0C1136 Font #FFFFFF 18.28 Background #D8EEF6 Font #4E4E4E 6.92 Background #FFFFFF Font #90B44B 2.38 Contrast Ratio Contrast Ratio Contrast Ratio Contrast Ratio Great! May seem fine but stronger contrast is better Difficult… ※Try to keep a strong contrast like the one on left.
  9. Adding word layer on photo 
 is not recommended this

    time There is a possibility that both photo and letters become difficult to read photo by Sayoko Miura
  10. Lay solid color Or divide text area
 and image To

    impress image and words Have a try!
  11. Color Communicating information 
 other than color When using several

    colors for graphs or diagrams,
 it is recommended to add text, shapes, patterns, 
 and moves, so information can be communicated
 other than color. This orange 
 part is… ʁʁʁ
  12. Other Double check typos Remove factors that may distract listeners

    attention Don’t place important element at
 bottom of slide Prevent “I can’t see because of the head of a person sitting in front…”