In this chapter, you will:
■ Sketch the Act I, map, anchor, explanation, and backup slides.
■ Consider the full range of graphics you could use.
■ Consider the full range of other possible media tools and techniques.
When you put stylus to screen or pencil to paper to sketch your slides, it’s a revolutionary moment. Think of the way you use PowerPoint according to the conventional approach. You open up a slide with a predesigned background, type a category heading such as “Our Company” in the title area, and then type a list of facts about the company below, maybe adding a small photo of your company ...