Microsoft Powerpoint: Creating Memorable and Engaging Slides

Rohin Sharma

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19 Lessons (1h 21m)
    • 1. COURSE INTRO Copy

      2:04
    • 2. LESSON #1 INTRO TO COURSE

      2:17
    • 3. LESSON 2 FINAL

      1:50
    • 4. LESSON 3 WHO SHOULD NOT TAKE THIS COURSE

      2:21
    • 5. LESSON 4 WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE

      2:44
    • 6. LESSON 5 OVERALL THOUGHTS

      4:46
    • 7. LESSON 6 WHAT RIGHT LOOKS LIKE

      6:47
    • 8. LESSON 7 SIN 1 TOO MANY WORDS

      5:44
    • 9. LESSON 8 SIN 2 COMPLICATED GRAPHICS

      5:20
    • 10. LESSON 9 SIN 3 NO BOTTOM LINE

      5:31
    • 11. LESSON 10 SIN 4 Complicated Graphics

      5:02
    • 12. LESSON 11 SIN 5 FONT

      3:47
    • 13. LESSON 12 SIN 6 COLOR

      6:17
    • 14. LESSON 13 SIN 7 CONTRAST

      8:52
    • 15. LESSON 14 Bonus 1

      5:04
    • 16. LESSON 15 BONUS 2

      6:54
    • 17. LESSON 16 COURSE WRAP UP

      2:31
    • 18. SKILLSHARE PROJECT 1

      0:40
    • 19. SKILLSHARE PROJECT 2

      2:43
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5 of 5 students recommend this class
There was good content in this class, though a little outdated. It was really an ego project and the first 3 videos were a bit tedious- all about Robin (!) I understand that he has a lot of experience etc. but all I really want is to know good ways to make my slides outstanding. I don't really care about his background. Lot's of chit-chat that could be edited and would make the class much more effective.
Mark Joyce

Designer/Educator

Useful, useable points were presented and illustrated with a variety of real world case examples. I'll be interested in seeing what Rohin teaches next.
Erica Martin

Teaching about my passions.

Even though I am making Powerpoint presentations right now mostly to advertise my services, and not to do presentations, I found a lot of the information in this course to be very helpful. One thing I did notice however, is that the content of some of the videos didn't line up the names of the videos - towards the end, the video that was supposed to be about the last sin, lack of contrast, was actually one of the bonuses he included - the video that was supposed to be about the second bonus ended up being about the last one of the seven sins he talked about. Other than that, the class provided some great information.