"Power corrupts, but Powerpoint corrupts absolutely" - Paul Grabowitz, USC Berkeley
by Guy Berger, June 2001
Design 1: Use the smallest font size possible, less than 26 point at least!.
Design 2: Squeeze in as much text on screen as you can.
Design 3: Use non-contrasting colours like green on white for low visibility.
Delivery 1: Pre-testing with a dummy run? That's only for softies.
Delivery 2: Look back at the projection screen as often as you can, (it's only the the audience you're turning your back upon).
Who says that communicators can't use new tech to communicate!