This school PowerPoint design mirrors our client’s professional standing, and tells a story of achievement, inspiration and aspiration.
Inspiring future leaders throughout their academic development – that’s King’s Leadership Academy’s ethos. The Academy constantly strives to go beyond traditional academic measures, a strong driving force behind their deeply-held values: Self-awareness, Professionalism, Integrity, Achievement, Respect and Endeavour, all driven by a desire to Aspire.
Having designed a trustworthy and inspirational identity for King’s Leadership Academy, we were then asked to create a suite of Powerpoint design slides for use at various public events – events which would involve several different audiences including stakeholders, government educational bodies, local businesses and parents.
All presentations should tell a story, and that story should have a beginning, middle and an end, a conclusion. When thinking of how to best approach this school PowerPoint design, it was important for us to highlight key points with engaging images as well as text in order to maintain the audience’s interest throughout the flow of the story.
We based the slides on three templates and, using carefully edited influential library shots from Greek philosopher Aristotle, we featured students from the school’s own photography bank alongside them.
By maintaining consistency with font, size and corporate palette, we gave the PowerPoint design a more professional appearance. Ensuring there was enough contrast between the slide background colour and the text colour also contributed to the professional appearance.
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For a better user experience, both for presenters and audiences, we built all Powerpoint slides in a way that allowed our client to update them quickly and easily.
Finally, we mirrored the first and last PowerPoint slides with the Academy’s prospectus to ensure a consistent feel and reinforce the Academy’s professional standing in the academic field.