10/20/30 in Presentations

Ten slides, twenty minutes, and a thirty-point font is known as the 10/20/30 rule. These posts are all about the 10/20/30 rule for presenting PowerPoint presentations.

This rule by Guy Kawasaki has been famous among presenters due to its effectiveness in presenting content in an organized manner without overwhelming the audience with text-heavy and lengthy slides. These tips will enable you to implement this golden rule in your PowerPoint slides and help you present like a pro.

14+ Effective Tips on How to Make a Good Presentation (Tips, Examples & Templates)

Creating and executing an effective presentation takes practice. Not everyone is born a natural presenter and needs the right direction to present effectively and create a presentation that will awe the audience.  Whether it’s a pitch for a new product idea, a presentation for a marketing report, an industry conference, or any other, this ultimate …