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The slide below is a typical example of ones we help you redesign. Here, we're looking at a virtual "Happy Meal" of visual no-no's.

First, note the overwhelming number of disparate visual elements, each vigorously competing for the audience's attention.

The kindest way to describe the color combination of the text ovals (pink and orange) is that they are not complementary.

The font size is too small to read from more than a few feet away.

At center, half-hidden behind the green "barrel", there's a high-tech multi-screen animation that plays continuously while the presenter is trying to explain the slide.

Finally, understand that all elements appear at once, with no "builds". (Builds refer to the sequential appearance of elements, such as pictures, graphs, or lines of text.)

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