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Power Up Your PowToon Studio Project by Bruce Graham

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Summary

In this chapter, we looked at colors and understood how to make color combinations that are pleasing to the eye. You learned a couple of tips to make this even more professional.

Creating a PowToon or, in fact, any form of multimedia is all about thinking about your audience. What message do they receive and what will they see in your colors? Take a bit of time to apply basic principles to your work.

In the next chapter, we're going to actually get started with using Powtoon, so you will need to be logged in to your PowToon account or registered for a free trial.

Throughout the rest of the book, I'll occasionally get you to think about three projects: a school project, a commercial/work project, and a personal project. Using these three projects ...

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