Designing a Presentation

                     

Designing a Presentation Linkedin Learning Answers

By: Tony Harmer

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Designing a Presentation Linkedin Learning Answers Quiz 1

Question 1 of 8

Bella produces the mood board shown in this image. What can you conclude about her topic and audience?

Designing a Presentation Linkedin Learning Answers
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  • They are focused on environmental issues.
  • They are concerned with mining and clean water.
  • They are both concerned with a coastal setting
  • They are both conservation-minded.

Question 2 of 8

Which types of items should you collect for a moodboard?

  • all of these answers
  • photographs and product samples
  • fonts and words
  • colors and textures

Question 3 of 8

How should you generate ideas?

  • by determining the main conclusions that you want to support
  • by drawing, scribbling, and doodling all ideas
  • by sketching preliminary charts and figures
  • by making a list of all good ideas

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Question 4 of 8

How can you tailor presentations to different audiences?

  • by trying different software packages
  • by obtaining feedback
  • by imagining personas
  • by hiring design consultants

Question 5 of 8

Why should you consider avoiding canned outlining software?

  • It can suppress creativity.
  • It is more suitable for written documents.
  • It is not flexible enough.
  • It does not permit graphics.

Question 6 of 8

The process of creating an outline is like _____.

  • summarizing points
  • making an argument
  • designing a story
  • pleading for support

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Question 7 of 8

When considering your audience, you should ask yourself three questions. What are they?

  • Who are they? What do they already know? What do you want them to do?
  • What can you get from them? How should you approach them? When is the best time to pursue them?
  • How much power do they have? Do they already know anything? Are they in debt?
  • How many will there be? Where are they from? What are their occupations?

Question 8 of 8

When designing a presentation, what is the most important consideration?

  • the color scheme
  • the choice of software
  • the choice of template
  • the audience

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Designing a Presentation Linkedin Learning Answers Quiz 2

Question 1 of 22

Which image format should you use for a high-resolution photograph that needs to have a region of transparency around the subject?

  • TIFF
  • PNG
  • GIF
  • JPEG

Question 2 of 22

Why should you check your designs for good contrast?

  • It will help you meet the needs of your audience.
  • Big text is easier to read at a distance.
  • Some of the audience may have low-vision and need glasses or contact-lenses.
  • Some of your audience may have a form of Color Vision Deficiency (CVD).

Question 3 of 22

What are the main forms of contrasts?

  • Size, Shape, Color, Type weight, Typeface
  • Size, Shape, Color, Bold type
  • Size, Color, Type Weight, Typeface
  • Size, Shape, Color, Pattern

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Question 4 of 22

You are working on a presentation for a large international organization. What is your first step in choosing a color palette?

  • Use a base color with an automated color palette picker.
  • Consult the organization’s style guide.
  • Find colors that are commonly used by other organizations in the field.
  • Choose one or two base colors.

Question 5 of 22

The layout of a slide can be balanced with _____.

  • Filling empty areas with logos
  • Making sure there are no gaps in the layout
  • Positive and negative space
  • Images and graphics to fill the spaces

Question 6 of 22

You want to present a self-contained animation in an image. Which format supports this?

  • GIF
  • RAW
  • PNG
  • JPEG

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Question 7 of 22

Why should you avoid using the type of artwork shown in this image?

A collection of clip art
  • It is dated, and conveys a sense that you are out of touch.
  • It uses obsolete storage formats.
  • It clutters the presentation.
  • It uses color palettes that do not match.

Question 8 of 22

You enter a base color into a color palette generator and receive an output. Before using this palette, what should you check?

  • that the base color has not been changed
  • that one shade is pure white and one shade is pure black
  • that the colors are not too dark or too light
  • that there are at least six different shades to choose from

Question 9 of 22

You give a presentation and begin reading bullet points from the slides. What is the audience likely to conclude?

  • You are an expert in the field.
  • You are not prepared, knowledgeable, or interested.
  • Someone else prepared the slides for you.
  • They will need to pay attention to both the slides and your comments.

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Question 10 of 22

What is wrong with the slide shown in this image?

A slide body with three blocks of text
  • too much text
  • no pictures
  • no headline
  • a whiny tone

Question 11 of 22

When is it acceptable to have more than three to five bullet points on a slide?

  • when delivering a training, or itemizing a specification
  • when the information is not important, but has to be mentioned
  • when it is an internal presentation
  • when the information relates to terms and conditions

Question 12 of 22

Why is it a good idea to zoom out of a design containing body type, or to view it on a smaller screen, such as a phone?

  • to test if a sans serif font would be best
  • to put it on Instagram
  • to check its readability at a distance

Question 13 of 22

What can be used to create type hierarchies?

  • bold text
  • size and weight
  • medium text
  • light text

Question 14 of 22

The guides in the image help to implement what design principle?

Four guidelines equally spaced horizontally and vertically
  • breaking into ninths
  • diagonal symmetry
  • the rule of thirds
  • bifurcation

Question 15 of 22

When choosing a background, what should be your main consideration?

  • that it looks hi-tech
  • that it allows the slide content to shine
  • that the audience likes the color

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Question 16 of 22

How can you quickly create the guidelines used in the illustrated design principle?

  • by taking a pixel count in the x and y dimensions
  • by measuring the overall dimensions of the slide
  • by generating a cube and expanding it to fit the slide
  • by using an empty table with three rows and three columns as the basis for guides

Question 17 of 22

How can you avoid problems with video during a presentation?

  • by keeping the size of the frame small
  • by only using black and white videos
  • by using auto play and caching the video beforehand
  • by using very slow frame rates

Question 18 of 22

Why would you crop some images?

  • to reduce the file size
  • to hide unwanted elements
  • to achieve a more appealing composition
  • to make smaller images look better

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Question 19 of 22

How does a Rule of Thirds grid help establish a layout?

  • Creating a Rule of Thirds grid subdivides spaces to aid in the placement of content.
  • A Rule of Thirds grid makes it easier to center your logo
  • A Rule of Thirds grid gives you more space to add charts and graphics
  • A Rule of Thirds grid makes it easy to center horizontal and vertical content

Question 20 of 22

Which term best describes this slide’s content?

A title slide shows a complex and cluttered background of a desk and various office supplies, and a banner of text reads, Designing a Presentation.
  • ordered
  • chaotic
  • balanced
  • subdued

Question 21 of 22

Why should you use a full screen (or full-bleed) image that fills the slide?

  • They make a nice background for other content.
  • They are impactful and most like our real-world view of a subject.
  • They are like a wallpaper for your presentation.
  • They give the audience something to look at while you are talking.

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Question 22 of 22

What is the main advantage of Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)?

  • They are resolution independent, and most can be scaled to any size.
  • They are best used for photos.
  • The file sizes are small.
  • They are best for animation.

Designing a Presentation Linkedin Learning Answers Quiz 3

Question 1 of 4

How should you make complex data available to your audience?

  • as a web link or handout
  • in a paper handout
  • in multiple graphs and tables
  • as a summary slide

Question 2 of 4

How should this slide be improved?

A slide containing a dashboard for data analysis
  • It needs a headline declaring the primary conclusion.
  • It should have some contrasting colors, instead of only shades of blue
  • It needs to be broken up into at least seven different slides

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Question 3 of 4

Given the data in this image, how can you indicate that sales costs are generally 30 to 35 percent of total sales?

A table showing total sales, sales cost, and margin over six months
  • by highlighting the sales cost numbers together with monthly sales numbers
  • by calculating the percentages on the spot during the presentation
  • by adding another row showing sales cost as a percentage of total sales
  • by using a bar or line chart

Question 4 of 4

How can you indicate that the largest numbers are in the first column of the table?

A table showing total sales, sales cost, and margin over six months
  • by presenting three pie charts, with each pie representing a month
  • by highlighting each row in turn
  • by highlighting that column
  • by presenting line graphs of all the data

Designing a Presentation Linkedin Learning Answers Quiz 4

Question 1 of 5

Which parts of your presentation will require storyboarding?

  • those with animations
  • those with charts or figures
  • the main body that contains the story
  • the introduction and conclusion

Question 2 of 5

How should animations hold attention?

  • by adding excitement and uncertainty
  • through anticipation and resolution
  • through detailed, step-wise explanations
  • by adding color and splash

Question 3 of 5

Why might you use an animated build in a presentation?

  • to show how skilled you are as a presentation designer
  • because they are entertaining
  • to make a series of related events clearer by animating each step
  • to make a series of related events more fun to watch

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Question 4 of 5

Salim wants to use animations in his next presentation. What advice should you give him?

  • Use on-screen text to clarify what is happening.
  • Acquire the latest special effects to use in animations
  • Allow ample time for preparation, and keep it simple.
  • all of these answers

Question 5 of 5

When choosing animation and transition styles, what should be your guiding principle?

  • They should add excitement and interest.
  • Go for bold and attention-grabbing effects.
  • Keep them simple and subdued.
  • Use as few as possible.IncorrectSkillful transitions can actually aid in guiding focus.

Designing a Presentation Linkedin Learning Answers Quiz 5

Question 1 of 3

Which type of slides should comprise a looping introduction?

  • slides with takeaway messages
  • slides with author or presenter qualifications
  • slides listing the venue and time
  • slides with essential background information

Question 2 of 3

Videos can be used in looping intros. Why might you do this?

  • to pique interest before the formal introduction
  • to acknowledge help from others
  • to conclude a presentation
  • to display quantitative data

Question 3 of 3

How should you end your presentation?

  • with a summary slide of the takeaway messages
  • with acknowledgments, contact information, and download links
  • by appealing for financial participation
  • by presenting an amusing anecdote

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