Tips for More Accessible Presentations

Published On: 2019-09-05By:

I’m busy building presentations for some upcoming conferences, so in lieu of a full blog post, please read my twitter thread about making your presentations more accessible. All but one of these tips are applicable regardless of the software that you use to build presentation content.

Meagan’s twitter thread on accessible presentation design

Why lose the engagement of a single person in your audience because of poor design choices? Most of the design tips I list are not that difficult to implement, and many of them can be built in to your presentation template, which I hope you are customizing to fit your content (and yes, I’m aware of the struggle of using templates provided by conference organizers). See below for my thoughts on the built-in templates in presentation design software.

Tweet from Echo Rivera: “Friends don’t let friends use off-the-shelf templates”

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