Why Bullet Points and Build Effects Kill Communication

You wouldn’t try to multitask while giving a talk, so why would you make your audience? Nancy Duarte explains in her book, HBR Guide to Persuasive Presentations, that using software to communicate is not an evil of itself. However, using uninspired bullet point lists and cluttered build effects can stop effective communication in its tracks. Applying a design-based approach to sharpen the focus of ideas and communicate ideas in context is the answer.

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