10-20-30 Rule for Powerpoint

Just learnt this interesting guideline for Powerpoint presentations:

  • 10 slides for a
  • 20 minute presentation
  • font size of 30 (minimum)

See also: http://sixminutes.dlugan.com/10-20-30-rule-guy-kawasaki-powerpoint/

This rule is invented by Guy Kawasaki, a famous author.

Number of minutes per Powerpoint Slide

Based on the above guideline, this works out to 2 minutes for each powerpoint slide.

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1 Response to 10-20-30 Rule for Powerpoint

  1. cahyanious says:

    Thanks for information

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