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Some organizations feature multiple speakers during a presentation if you plan to do that, put each of three speakers in charge of one of the three Act II scenes. Hand over the microphone to the next speaker when it is that person s turn to present the assigned Key Point, Explanation, and Detail slides. The change of speaker adds emphasis to each of the Key Point slides, but because the presentation is constructed from a single underlying story template, the people in the audience experience a single story that makes sense to them. Make a note on each Key Point slide of the name of the assigned speaker if you plan to do this.
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As always, keep on the lookout for ways to visually link frames across the storyboard. For example, if you sketch on your Tablet PC the split-screen photographic approach for the Point A and Point B slides, as shown on the left and middle slides in Figure 7-15, carry over the photographs to the Call to Action slide. Here, sketch an arrow over the two photographs to literally show that you will be taking your audience from Point A to Point B, and sketch the numerals 1 2 3 over the arrow, as shown on the right slide in Figure 7-15.
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You will develop this 1-2-3 numerical structure in the sketches of the Key Point slides to come. The more you can sketch a singular visual story across the acts and levels of the storyboard like this, the more elegant your presentation will become.
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FIGURE 7-15 Sketches showing how to carry over the split-screen approach from the Point A and Point B slides to the Call to Action slide.
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Now that you ve explored the CTA+3 sketches, in Slide Sorter view, drag the Key Point slides back to where they belong in sequence. Review the storyboard to see how these slides guide the working memory of your audience across the levels of the storyboard rst with the rst Key Point slide, then with the Explanation slides, and then with the Detail slides, with each level of the slide design carrying the visual story forward from the preceding one. Next you ll explore a visual way to link the rest of the slides to come by sketching a navigation bar.
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You can tie together the slides of the presentation even more tightly with a visual navigation bar at the bottom of the screen. In the conventional PowerPoint approach, the space at the bottom of a screen usually contains the presenting organization s logo. You can certainly sketch your own organization s logo to illustrate the point of any single slide in the storyboard if the headline calls for that, or you can sketch the logo on the Introductory slide, as described earlier. But you would not sketch your logo on other slides because doing so adds extraneous visual information for working memory to process, which impairs learning, as described in 2. (Besides, putting your logo on every slide sends the wrong visual message that every slide is all about you, when it is really all about the audience.)
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A much better way to use the small space at the bottom of the Explanation and Detail slides is to visually cue your audience to the organization of, and current location within, the presentation. For example, if you use a puzzle motif through the presentation, after you sketch the rst puzzle piece on the rst Key Point slide, add a small horizontal bar at the bottom of the subsequent Explanation and Detail slides, and then sketch a small puzzle piece throughout these slides, as shown in Figure 7-16. You ll learn how to set up and apply navigation bars using custom layouts in 8.
FIGURE 7-16 The light gray Explanation slides and white Detail slides now include a navigation bar with a
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