Powerpoint template. Additional colour suggestions available at the end. Font: Arial. Used at least font size 24 on slides. This is 24. This is 16. It is difficult to read in a lecture theatre. Font colour. Use a clear contrast, usually in the same colour spectrum. Copying slide format. Right click on a slide, drag and release, select ‘copy’. Copying slide format. Do not add your own text boxes to slides as the text within these will not be visible to screen readers. To confirm whether text is visible, check whether you can view it in ‘Outline’. Animation. Do not animate text. Do not add patterned or picture backgrounds unless this is integral to your subject matter. See next slide for rationale. ART! 100 50 0 1st Qtr 3rd Qtr East West North Even with well chosen colours, overcrowding can distort the message! And word art can be difficult to read (see below) Punctuation. As you can see from this template: Headings and bullet points require a full stop at the end. This is to ensure that screen reading software can make a distinction between headings and body text. Slide content. No more than 6 bullet points per slide. See next slide for rationale. Bullet Points. • It is good practice to have six bullet points maximum per slide. •If you attempt to use more than this your page will become clustered. •It will no longer be well spaced out, and this will mean: •It will be difficult to read and its accessibility and inclusivity will suffer. •It will look wordy, and the font size will shrink so that it will be hard to read for some people. •Furthermore, it will be off putting to most of your students, who will groan when they see it. •Consider that this page is clustered with only seven bullet points! Alternative Colour. Any high contrast colour that does not cause glare is accessible. Another Colour. This uses a white background but avoids black font. Another Colour. Black and White cause glare. This uses black font but a non-white background. Glare! Black on White: Do not use.