PowerPoint Presentation Tips: The Rule of Three
Struggling to condense your information and structure your deck? SlideGenius has one important PowerPoint tip: use the rule of three’s. Reducing your talking points leads to a more coherent structure and cuts your slides down, simplifying your content in a way that’s clear and concise. Watch our CEO, Rick Enrico, talk more on the importance of using this rule for your presentation. For more PowerPoint presentation tips and techniques, check out our blog.
Video Transcript: Presenting things in three’s is a commonly used method of conveying information. Most don’t realize how common of a tactic this is for politicians. Focus on any soundbite that a congressman may have, and you’ll see them working this into their talking points. The reason they do this so commonly is because it’s a clear and concise way to present their thoughts. And from a design perspective, clustering a train of thought into three’s is a great way to simplify and present in a way that doesn’t just look good, but is highly effective at making an impact. An example of this would be life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.