120 Presentation Topic Ideas Help You Hook Your Audience
Updated: October 24, 2023
Published: August 09, 2023
Cooking is easy. The puzzle is figuring out what to eat. As soon as you know that, you can get started. The same holds for presentations. The sooner you can whip up a good, informative, and catchy topic, the easier the rest of the process becomes.
Pick a good topic that resonates with you and your audience to set a strong foundation. But select the wrong topic, and it becomes difficult to connect with your audience, find mutual interests, or hold their attention.
So, let’s learn how to develop thought-provoking and relevant topics for your presentations. You’ll also find some best practices to make your presentation memorable.
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How to Choose a Great Presentation Topic in 5 Steps
120 presentation topic ideas, 5 presentation tips.
4. Choose an appropriate presentation style.
There are many ways to present a topic. Your personality, the topic at hand, and your audience’s personas will help you determine which style would best fit you and your audience.
Select a presentation style that will communicate the main idea clearly and have a lasting impact on your audience.
For instance, explore a freeform style presenter by Sir Ken Robinson.
5. Engage with your audience.
Work on your presentation skills to make a strong connection with your audience, get through to them and leave a mark.
Think of the presenter as the link between the topic and the audience. A strong or a weak presenter can make a difference between a presentation being a thriving success or a boring failure.
Hone your skills by engaging and interacting with your audience. Make them feel like a part of the presentation and not just spectators. 70% of marketers have found presentations with interactive content to be more effective than those without.
Here are a few ways you can make your presentation interactive:
- Start your speech with uncommon questions to your audience. Involve them from the get-go, like ask to raise their hands if X.
- Make eye contact to build credibility and show confidence. Don’t stare at your slides or notes. Smile occasionally and talk to the audience directly.
- Have an active and confident body language. Don’t stand in the same place the entire time. Move around the stage.
- Don’t be monotonous. Speak as you would to a colleague — with enthusiasm.
- Ask close-ended questions in between to keep the audience engaged without losing time. Address them using their names to keep things interesting.
- Share personal experiences and stories that your audience will find fascinating and relatable.
- Practice thoroughly before you present so you’re fluent with the material and delivery.
- Energy and excitement can be quite contagious. Make sure you exude enough to spread some to your audience.
Feeling Inspired Yet?
Now you have all the right ingredients for choosing amazing topics and a hundred ideas to drive inspiration from. So, go ahead and start cooking presentations that will blow your audience away.
Don’t forget to choose a super-relevant topic and add meaty information. Do it with excitement to make it enjoyable for you and your audience. Best of luck!
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120+ Presentation Ideas, Topics & Example
By Ryan McCready , May 08, 2023
Did you know that 46% of people can’t sit through a presentation without losing focus?
That’s why I wanted to learn how to make a presentation that will captivate an audience. After looking at hundreds of different authors, topics, and designs, I’ve assembled over 100 presentation ideas and tips on how to design a compelling presentation for:
- Social media
- Online courses
- Pitch decks
- Lead generation
In this blog, you’ll find 120+ presentation ideas, design tips and examples to help you create an awesome slide deck for your next presentation.
To start off, here’s a video on the 10 essential presentation design tips to make sure that your presentations don’t fall under the YAWN category.
1. Use A Minimalist Presentation Theme
CREATE THIS PRESENTATION TEMPLATE
The best designs can also be some of the simplest you see. In the Airbnb pitch deck below, they use a minimalist color scheme and font selection.
A minimalist design is sleek, organized and places the most important thing in focus: your information. There are no distracting stock images, icons, or content. Everything on this unique presentation feels like it belongs and works together perfectly.
Learn how to customize this template:
2. Use a Consistent Design Motif Throughout Your Presentation
Here’s a go-to tip to for a cohesive presentation design: use a design motif. The motif could be a recurring shape (like circles, lines or arrows) or symbol (like a leaf for “growth” or a mountain for “goals”). For more ideas, check out our guide to common symbols and meanings used in design .
For example, this presentation template uses circles as a design motif. The same circle icon is used in three different colors to add a bubbly touch to the design. The team photos are also incorporated using circle frames:
3. Use an Eye-Catching Presentation Background Image
Like with any type of design work, you should want to catch the eye of your audience. In a presentation, this should be done from the beginning with a compelling background image or a color gradient.
In this presentation template, the creators were able to do just that with a landscape photo. When a presentation like this is seen on social media, during a webinar or in person, your audience will definitely listen up.
4. Visualize Your Points With Icons
Icons are the perfect visuals to include in presentations. They’re compact and can convey a concept to your audience at a glance. You can even combine multiple icons to create custom illustrations for your slides.
Use the Icon Search in Venngage to find illustrated and flat icons:
5. Use A Black & White Color Scheme For A Corporate Presentation Design
In the presentation below there are only two colors used: black and white. Now, you might be worried that only using two colors is boring, but it all comes down to balance.
Playing off the ideas of classic minimalism, the designer made this presentation look sleek and professional. And now your content can be the main attraction of your presentation as well!
6. Repurpose Your Slide Deck Into An Infographic
Different types of presentations serve different purposes and sometimes it helps to work smarter, not harder when you are creating a unique presentation. In fact, the spacing, layout, and style used in this presentation makes it easy to repurpose the same images into an infographic.
This allows you to create two unique pieces of content from one idea! Which is exactly what Officevibe did .
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7. Break Your Genre Mold For A Fun Presentation Idea
When I first clicked on this creative presentation from SEMrush, I was not expecting to be transported into a comic book. I’m glad I clicked because it may be the most unique slide deck I have ever seen. Going this extreme with your presentation ideas may seem a bit risky, but to be able to break the mold in this age of cookie-cutter presentations is worth it.
To leave a lasting impression on your audience, consider transforming your slides into an interactive presentation. Here are 15 interactive presentation ideas to enhance interactivity and engagement.
8. Make Your Presentation Cover Slide Count
As I was scrolling through all of the presentations, this one made me stop in my tracks. It could be that I have a life-long love of Star Wars, or it could be that their presentation cover slide was designed to do just that: grab your attention. That’s why you should not stick with a boring, text-only title slide. Don’t be afraid to use icons and illustrations to make a statement.
9. Alternate Slide Layouts to Keep Your Presentation Engaging
Keeping your audience engaged throughout an entire presentation is hard, even if you have been working on your presentation skills . No one wants to look at slides that look exactly the same for an hour. But on the other hand, you can’t create a unique masterpiece for each slide.
That’s why I’m very impressed with what the designers did in the presentation example above. They use a consistent visual theme on each slide, but alternate between vertical and horizontal orientations.
The swapping of orientations will show people that the presentation is progressing nicely. It can help you make a strong, almost physical, distinction between ideas, sections or topics.
10. Make Your Audience Laugh, Or At Least Chuckle
Sometimes you need to not take your business presentations too seriously. Not sure what I mean? Go check out slide number 10 on this slide deck below.
If you did not actually laugh out loud, then I don’t know what to tell you. Small illustrated embellishments can be very powerful because they evoke an emotional response and to gain your audience’s trust.
Did you know 70% of employees think that giving a good presentation is an essential workplace skill? Check out the top qualities of awesome presentations and learn all about how to make a good presentation to help you nail that captivating delivery.
11. Supplement Your Presentation with Printed Materials
Printed takeaways (such as brochures and business cards ) give audience members a chance to take home the most important elements of your presentation in a format they can easily access without using a computer. Make sure you brand these materials in a way that’s visually consistent with your slide deck, with the same color scheme, icons, and other iconic features; otherwise, your recipients will just end up scratching their heads.
If you’re giving people multiple materials, try packaging them all into one convenient presentation folder. There are over 100 styles with a wide range of custom options, so feel free to get creative and make your folder stand out. Sometimes a unique die cut or an unusual stock is all you need to make something truly memorable. Here are some brochure templates to get you started.
12. Only Use One Chart Or Graphic Per Slide
Having too much information on a slide is the easiest way to lose the focus of your audience. This is especially common when people are using graphs, charts or tables .
In this creative slide deck, the author made sure to only include one focal point per slide, and I applaud them for it. I know this may sound like a simple presentation tip, but I have seen many people lose their audience because the slides are too complex.
13. Keep Your Employee Engagement Presentations Light
Sometimes you need to get away from stuffy, professional presentation ideas to capture your audience’s attention. In this case, Officevibe used some very colorful and playful illustrations to stand out from the crowd.
I mean, who could not love the plant with a face on slide number 9? And if you want to see some more icons and illustrations like this, be sure to check out our article on how to tell a story with icons.
14. Feature a Map When Talking About Locations
Including a map in your creative presentations is a fantastic idea! Not only do they make an interesting focal point for your slide layout, they also make location-based information easier to understand.
This cool presentation example by our pro designers at Venngage uses maps to visualize information. This map both dominates the screen, and also displays all the locations being covered.
15. Use a Font That Is Large and In Charge
If you are presenting to a small group or a packed stadium, make sure your audience can see your text! Use a large and in charge font that can be read from even the nosebleed seats.
Honestly, you really never know where your unique presentation will be seen. It could be seen in a conference room or conference hall, and everything in between. Be ready to present almost anywhere with a bold and easy to read font.
16. Use Pop Culture References To Build A Fun Presentation
Using a meme or pop culture reference is another way that you can jive with your audience. It can be used to quickly get a point across without saying a word or create a moment that you can connect with the room. For example in this presentation, they used Napoleon Dynamite to give the audience feelings of nostalgia.
17. Use More Than One Font Weight On Your Presentation Cover Slide
Just like you would never use one font on an infographic, you should never use just one font on your presentation (for more tips, read our guide on how to choose fonts ). In this presentation example from HubSpot, they use a bunch of different font weights to add emphasis to key words and ideas.
As you can see, they use a bold font on the presentation cover to bring attention to Steve Jobs name. This makes it easy for the audience to know what your presentation is going to be about from the beginning as well.
18. Use A Color Theme For Each Idea
Color is another extremely powerful nonverbal tool that you can use to guide your audience. By using a different color for each section of your creative presentation, Dell is able to clearly indicate when they are switching points or ideas. Going from green to orange, and even red almost effortlessly.
This is a great way to design a list, guide, or a how-to presentation as well. And each color can be assigned to a different step or number with ease.
Need help picking the perfect color palette? Start here !
19. use illustrations instead of pictures .
An easy way to keep your design consistent throughout your unique presentation is to use illustrations like in this slide deck by Domo.
They used illustrations instead of pictures to show off their subject on slide numbers 4-10 and it looks fantastic. This will ensure that the audience focuses on the content, instead of just the photo they could have used.
It also helps that illustrations are a top design trend for 2020 .
20. Use Contrasting Colors to Compare Two Perspectives or Sides of an Argument
Contrasting colors can be used to quickly show each side of topic or an argument. For example in this presentation, they use this trick to show the difference between their company and the competition.
They use color very effectively in this example to show their company is better, in a nonverbal way. With a lighter color and illustrated icons, the company is able to position them as the better choice. All without saying a word.
Now if they would have used similar colors, or a single color the effect wouldn’t have been as strong or noticeable.
21. Include Your Own Personal Interests
This example is one of the most interesting and cool presentations I have seen in awhile, so I suggest checking out the entire thing. The creator inserts a bunch of his personal interests into the slide to make his presentation about education fun and relatable. And they even use a Super Mario Bros inspired presentation cover, so you know it has to be fantastic!
22. Try To Stick To Groups Of Three
How many major ideas should be present on your presentation aid? Never break your presentation layout down into anything more than thirds. This means there should be at most three columns, three icons, three ideas and so on. A great example of this idea starts on slide number 9 in this slide deck and continues throughout the rest of the presentation.
Here is a great three columned slide template to get started with.
23. add a timeline to help visualize ideas .
One of the best ways to visualize a complex process or historical event is to use a timeline presentation. A list of all the steps or events is just not going to cut it in a professional setting. You need to find an engaging way to visualize the information.
Take the presentation example above, where they outline the rise and fall of Athens in a visually stimulating way.
24. Label Your Graphs & Charts
If the people at Pollen VC had not added those annotations to the graphs on slide number 5, I would have definitely not known what to make of that graph.
But when you combine the visuals on a graph with descriptive text, the graph is able to paint a picture for your audience. So make your graphs easy to understand by annotating them (this is a chart design best practice ).
Create a free graph right here, right now !
25. white font over pictures just works .
There is a reason that you see so many quotes or sayings in a white font that are then overlaid on an image. That it is because it just works in so many situations and the text is very easy to read on any image.
If you do not believe me, look at the slide deck example above where they use a white font with a few different fonts and about 100 images. Plus the presentation template is chocked full of other tips on how to create a winning slideshow.
26. Color Code Your Points Across The Whole Presentation
Here is another example of a presentation that uses color to keep their points organized. In this case, they use 10 different pastel colors to match the 10 different tips for employee engagement.
Check out our guide for how to pick the best colors for your visuals .
27. Use a Simple Flow Chart to Break Down a Process
If you’re a fan of the movie Step Brothers , you may have heard of Prestige Worldwide before. In this fun presentation example they are back to sell you on their business model and growth plans.
This time, the presentation will be effective because it actually talks about what the business does.
Instead of making a music video, they use a helpful flowchart template to explain their business model. I would recommend following their lead and creating a dynamic flow chart to visually break down any process. Try making your own flowchart with Venngage.
28. Make Your Slide Deck Mobile Friendly
As more people move to mobile as their main device each year, making your presentations mobile-friendly is becoming increasingly important. This means that the text is large and there aren’t too many small details, so everything can scale down. Just like in this presentation example from the creators at Globoforce.
29. Don’t Be Afraid To Include Too Many Examples
If you are presenting a complex idea to a group, especially a large audience, I would recommend having a ton of good examples. Now, I would try not to overdo it, but having too many it is better than having too few.
In this creative presentation, the people at With Company spend about 20 slides just giving great examples of prototyping. It doesn’t feel too repetitive because they all are useful and informative examples.
30. Use Consistent Visual Styles For an Elegant Presentation Design
I have already written extensively about using icons in all of your design projects . I haven’t talked as much about matching icons to your presentation template.
But that’s just as important, especially if you want to create a professional presentation for your audience.
As you can see in the example above, the designer used minimalist icons that fit the slide designs. All of the other graphics, charts and visual elements fit together nicely as well.
Plus the icons don’t distract from the content, which could ruin a stellar presentation.
31. Use A Consistent Presentation Layout
In this example from Bannersnack, they use a consistent layout on each of their slides to help with the flow by using the same margins and text layout.
It’s a solid presentation example because they help the user know where to look immediately. It may seem like they are playing it safe, but anything that can speed up the time it takes for a user to read the content of the slides, the better.
32. Use Loud Colors As Much As Possible
This is one of my favorite presentations because of the highlighter yellow they chose to use as their main color. It is actually very similar to one that I saw presented live a few years ago and I have used this same approach in a few presentations ideas of my own.
33. Pull Your Design Motif From Your Content
If you are talking about an interesting topic, why not use the topic as the main design motif in your creative slide deck? For example, in this presentation about sketchbooks, the creator uses a sketchy, handwritten motif. It is something simple that helps the audience connect with the topic. Plus, it allows you to include a ton of great examples.
34. Utilize A Call & Answer Cadence
In this SlideShare about how to create a presentation, Peter Zvirinsky uses a two-step process to present a point. First, he presents the header presentation tip in a speech bubble. Then he shows a supporting point in a responding speech bubble. This gives the presentation a conversational flow.
35. Repurpose Ebook Content Into A Creative Presentation
This slide deck was adapted perfectly from a Seth Godin ebook into the presentation example you see above. In the slide deck, they take a piece of content that would usually take a while to read and cut it down to a few minutes. Just remember to include only the most important ideas, and try to present them in a fresh way.
36. Add A Timed Outline To Your Presentation
We have already covered how important it is to have a table of contents in your slides but this takes it a bit further. On the second slide of the presentation below, the creator added how long each of the slides should take.
This is great because it helps your audience know the pace the presentation will take and will help keep them engaged. It also will help them identify the most important and in-depth parts of the presentation from the beginning.
37. Use A “Next Steps” Slide To Direct Your Audience
One of the worst things you can do as a presenter is to leave your audience without any idea of what to do next. A presentation should never just end because you ran out of slides.
Instead, use a conclusion or “next steps” slide like in the example above to finish your presentation. Sum up some of your main points, tell your audience where they can get more information, and push them to take action.
38. Go A Bit Crazy With The Design
Sometimes you need to throw convention to the wind to create something unforgettable. This presentation from Velocity Partners does just that, and I think it is one of my favorite ones from this entire roundup.
They use unconventional typography, quirky icons, and unusual presentation layout to make each slide surprising.
39. Make Your Slide Deck Easy To Share
If you are looking to get a lot of eyes on your presentation I would make sure people will want to share it on social media. How do you do that? By presenting new and interesting value. This means your content needs to answer a common question and your design needs to be clutter-free. For example, look at this very social media-friendly. The slides are simple and answer questions directly.
40. Use Shapes to Integrate Your Photos Into the Slides
Want to include a bunch of images in your presentation? I say do it!
Now most of the time you would add a raw image directly to your slide. However, if you want to present images in a professional way I would recommend using an image frame .
Like in the example above, you can use these frame to create a collage of images almost instantly. Or provide a similar visual theme to all of your slides.
Overall, I believe it’s a great way to add a new visual component to your presentation.
41. Hijack Someone’s Influence In Your Marketing Slides
If you are stuck in the brainstorming phase of your presentation, focusing on a brand or influencer is a great place to start. It could be a case study, a collection of ideas or just some quotes from the influencer. But what makes it effective is that the audience knows the influencer and trusts them. And you are able to hijack their awareness or influence.
42. Put Your Logo On Every Slide
Whether you have a brand as powerful as Moz, or you are just getting started, you should always have your logo on each slide. You really never know where a presentation is going to end up–or what parts of it will! In this presentation template, Moz does a good job of including their branding and such to get others interested in Moz Local. Don’t have a logo yet? Our logo design tips will help you create a logo that’s iconic and will stand the test of time.
43. Lead Your Audience To It
In this example, the creator uses something very similar to the call and answer approach I mentioned above, but with a little twist. Instead of just throwing all the info up at once, they use three slides to build to a particular point and include a subtle call to action in the third slide.
44. Make Visuals the Focal Point of Your Presentation Slides
If you haven’t noticed, illustrated icons are having a revival in 2020 and beyond. This is likely because minimalist icons dominated the design world for the past decade. And now people want something new.
Brands also like using illustrated icons because they are seen as genuine and fun.
And because they are so eye-catching you can use them as focal points in your presentation slides. Just like they did in the creative presentation example above.
Picking the perfect icon is tough, I would recommend starting here !
45. use a quirky presentation theme .
In this slide deck, the authors show you how to become an Animation Ninja…and they use ninja graphics and icons extensively. This caught my eye immediately because of the amount of work that I knew was behind this. It takes a lot of time and effort to line all of the content and graphic up to create a cohesive theme, but the payoff can be massively worth it.
46. Use A Consistent Background Image
I am a big fan of the way that Aleyda Solís uses only a single presentation background image throughout her presentation.
By using this tactic the audience is able to focus on what is happening in the foreground. Plus it gives the whole presentation a different feel than all the other ones I have looked at.
47. Summarize Your Points At The End
It’s a good idea to summarize your points before you end your presentation , especially if you’ve covered a lot of information. In this presentation example, Deanta summarizes exactly what they do on slide numbers 16-18. They also provide their contact information in case their audience has any more questions. I think that every presentation should use this same approach, especially the ones you are presenting outside of your company.
48. Use A Minimalist Presentation Template
This slide deck from QuickBooks uses a minimalist theme to help the audience focus on what is important, the content.
There were only five colors used in the entire presentation and the graphics were simple line drawings. This made it easy to read and very pleasing to the eyes.
49. Split Your Slides Length-Wise
Here is a simple template you can use to separate your headers, or main points, from your body text in a presentation.
Instead of using a solid presentation background, split the slide in half like Sequoia did in their slide deck. They used their brand color for the title portion and a neutral white for the supporting content.
Use this template to create a very similar slide right now !
50. embrace a bold color scheme throughout your presentation.
My favorite part of the creative presentation example above is the use of complementary colors in each slide. As you can see, not one of the slides use the same color scheme but they all feel related connected.
This approach can be used to make your presentation visually unique, without abandoning a cohesive theme or idea.
51. Put Text In the Top Left Corner
English speakers will instinctively try to read text from a top to bottom, left to right orientation. I would recommend using a left alignment for your text and adding additional things from top to bottom, just like Aaron Irizarry did in this presentation layout.
52. Break Up Your Tables
A plain table with a white background with black or gray lines are difficult to read on a computer screen, so why would you create one for viewing on a large presentation screen? You shouldn’t!
Instead, follow Intuit’s lead and break up the rows with a bit of color. This applies to data visualization in general , but think it is even more important when it comes to presentations.
53. Present Connected Information in a Visually Similar Way
In this startup pitch presentation example, they have a ton of information to get through. But they present their most important slides, the problem and solution, in a visually similar way.
By using a similar layout on each slide, the audience will be able to quickly make a connection. If you want to present two connected pieces of information, use this tactic.
From the font to the layout, it’s all basically the same. The main message they’re trying to impart is a lot more impactful to the reader.
If they would have used two wildly different presentation layouts, the message may have been lost.
54. Roundup Expert Tips Into One Presentation
If you are looking for useful insights into the topic of your presentation, talk to some influencers in your niche. These are called “expert roundups” in the content marketing world and they are incredibly shareable.
Plus, they are pretty easy to create and have a great shelf life. In the example above, we talked to a gaggle of marketing experts about what makes a SlideShare great.
55. Use Bold & Brash Colors Throughout
B old colors usually make your presentation template a lot easier to read and remember. Like at this slide deck made by our talented designers, which doesn’t shy away from bright, bold colors.
Want to pick a perfect color palette for your presentation? We can help!
56. make yo ur graphs easy to read & interpret .
It should not require a Master’s degree in statistics to understand the graphs that someone uses in a presentation. Instead, the axis should be easy to read, the colors should enforce the point, and the data should be clearly plotted.
For example, in this presentation on slide numbers 14 and 25, the graphs nail all of those tips perfectly.
57. Condense Your Presentation Into a Memorable Line
If you can, try condensing your information into a simple one-liner to help the message stick with your audience. In slide number 36 of this presentation, Mika Aldaba does just that and shows that “Facts + Feelings = Data Storytelling.”
He does this again a few times throughout the presentation with other memorable one-liners.
58. Bring attention to important figures with colorful icons
If you’re including a figure or number on your slides, I’m guessing you want the audience to actually see it.
That’s why I would recommend using an icon or graphic to highlight that figure. Maybe use a color or icon that isn’t used anywhere else in the presentation to make sure it really jumps off the screen.
In the presentation example above, all that’s used is a simple circle to make each figure a focal point. It’s really that easy, but many people leave it out of their presentations.
59. Anchor Your Text With Icons
Having your text or content floating out in the white space of your presentation is not a good look.
Instead, you should use anchor icons to give the text something to hold onto and draw the audience’s eye. If you need some examples of good anchor icons, check out slide numbers 4, 7 and 9 in this presentation example.
60. Add Semi-Opaque Lettering As a Presentation Background
A neat way to keep your slide deck organized is to number your slides or points using semi-opaque lettering in the background.
Then, place your slide content on top of the opaque lettering. This helps your audience know that you are on the same point or idea, plus it just looks really good when done right.
61. Use Simple Or Minimalist Borders
An easy way to class up your slides is to put a border around your text. Take this presentation from Venngage that uses a couple of different types of borders to make their slides look professional.
Plus it helps keep all of your content contained on the slide!
62. Feature One Idea Per Slide
Nothing is worse than a confusing, cluttered slide. Instead of trying to pack a bunch of ideas into one slide, focus on one core idea on each slide. If you need to flesh the idea out, just make another slide.
Having trouble condensing your slides? Our presentation design guide can help you summarize your presentations and convey a singular idea with a clear focus.
63. Keep Your Style Consistent With Your Brand
You might be tempted to switch up the style of your creative presentations each time, but think again. If your brand is known for fun and lighthearted content, like Officevibe, let that be your style throughout all of the presentations you publish under that brand. This will make your slide decks recognizable and will enforce your brand’s message .
64. Use Accent Fonts to Emphasize Important Numbers
Some people hate pie charts with a passion, but I think they are perfect for presentations. Especially if you want to bring attention to a figure or percentage point .
In this simple example, the pie charts are used to visualize each figure in an interesting way. Plus the pie charts fit the circular and fun theme of the rest of the presentation very well.
65. Use Patterned and Textured Presentation Backgrounds
Adding some subtle textures, icons or shapes to the presentation background can help make your slides more interesting. This is especially effective when you are only showing one point per slide, because it makes the slide design less sparse.
You can even switch up the colors on your shapes or textures to match the theme of the slide like DesignMantic did in this presentation.
66. Illustrate Complex Or Confusing Concepts With Icons
Ideally, you don’t want every slide in your deck to just be text. Instead, switch things up every few slides by using just pictures.
This slide deck by Gluwa uses icons to create little diagrams to illustrate their presentation ideas. Their slides still communicate concepts to the audience, but in a new way.
67. Overlay Stock Photos With Color
One problem many people encounter when creating a presentation or slide decks are finding photos with a consistent style. An easy way to edit photos to make them consistent is to add a transparent color overlay. In this example, Change Sciences uses a blue overlay on all of their photos. Plus, the color you choose can also help convey a particular mood.
68. Use Black and White Blocks
An easy way to make your text pop, particularly on a photo background, is to use white font on a black blog background (and vise-versa). Check out this slide deck by Abhishek Shah, which uses this trick in an effective way.
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69. Use Photos With Similar Filters
Using a bunch of photos with wildly different filters can be jarring in a business presentation. To maintain a consistent flow, use photos with a similar filter and color saturation.
Take a look at this example from HubSpot across slide numbers 1-6 and you can see what I mean.
70. Visualize Your Points With Diagrams
Sometimes the best way to get your point across is to throw some diagrams into the presentation mix. But be sure to make is something that the audience can pick up on in three to five seconds tops.
For example, Jan Rezab uses a diagram to illustrate what takes up time in our lives on slide numbers 4, 5, 7 and 9!
71. Get Experts To Share Tips
If you want to provide even more value to your audience than you can offer yourself, why not call in some expert reinforcement? See what experts in your field have to say on the topic of your presentation and include their tips and insights. Plus you can hijack their influence and expand your audience fairly quickly.
72. Mimic a Popular Presentation Style
Uber’s pitch deck helped them raise millions of dollars in venture capital eventually leading to the glorious moment when they IPOed this year.
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And who knows? Maybe you might start the next Uber. But to raise money, you will need to create flawless business pitch decks to impress investors and raise those dollars.
73. Plan Your Presentation Idea Ahead of Time
I know that minimalist designs are all the rage this year, but there is a big difference between a well-thought-out minimalist design and a lazy design without the finish touches. The same goes for a cluttered design with too many things going on at once.
That’s why it’s worth it to take the time to really plan out your presentation ideas and design concepts. Take this slide deck about storytelling by HighSpark. A quick glance will tell you that they put a lot of thought into designing their slides.
74. Use Tables to Compare Your Brand to the Competition in Sales Presentations/Pitch Decks
There are a lot of ways to visually compare similar things in this day and age. You could use a comparison infographic , or even a venn diagram!
However, when it comes to presentations I think that the simple table is best. Especially if you are comparing more than two things, like in this presentation example.
With a table, you can clearly lay out all the pros and cons of each idea, brand or topic without it being overwhelming to the audience. Plus, virtually everyone knows how to follow a table, so your information will be easy to consume.
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75. Blend Icons & Content Effortlessly
Usually, icons are used as eye-catching objects detectors or anchors for text in a slideshow. But they can be used for so much more than that!
Like in this marketing presentation from Constant Contact they are very large but do not distract from the content.
76. Make Your Audience Want More
This tactic has been used by everyone since the idea of marketing was invented (or close to that). In this presentation example called “100 Growth Hacks, 100 Days” the creator only shows the audience the first 10 days of it and then uses a call to action at the end of the presentation to encourage them to seek out the rest.
The only risk with these kinds of presentation ideas is if your initial content is not great, you can’t expect your audience to seek out more information.
77. Use Memes (For Real, Though)
Usually, memes do not have a place in a serious business setting, so maybe don’t use them for formal presentations. But if you’re covering a lighter topic, or if you’re going for a fun presentation that will connect with your audience, don’t be afraid to throw a meme or two into the mix.
The audience immediately knows what you are trying to say when you use a popular meme in your presentation. For example, on slide number 7, the creator uses a meme to show that it will be hard to create great content
78. Include a Slide that Introduces Your Team in Pitch Decks
In this presentation example, the creators decided to include their team on a slide. I think it’s a great gesture.
Showing your team can help the audience put a face to your brand and make the whole company feel more genuine. So if there is a team that has helped you get where you are today, give them some recognition!
79. Feature A Complementary Color Palette
Even though I am not a formally trained designer, I still understand that proper color usage is the base of any good design. Although not all of the tenets of color theory work great for presentations, complementary colors are always a great pick.
Take a look at the color usage in this business presentation from Gary Vaynerchuk below . The purple and Snapchat yellow, which are complementary colors, look fantastic and the content jumps off the screen.
80. Use A Heavy Or Bold Font
The very back of the room should be able to read your content if you are giving a group presentation. To ensure that your entire audience can read the slides I would not only use a large font, but also use a heavy font. If you are confused by what I mean by a heavy font take a look at this unique presentation example by Slides That Rock.
81. Do The Math For Your Audience
If you are going to use a graph in your presentation to compare data you should do the match for your audience. Do not make them do the calculations in their head because you will quickly lose their attention. For example, on slide number 5 the people at Sickweather lay out exactly what figures they want the audience to take from the slide.
82. Use Unique Colors For Different Sections
The example below has 145 slides but it does not feel overwhelming or confusing.
That’s because each section has a different corresponding color, which makes it easier to flip through the slide deck and find a particular part.
83. Give Your Presentation a Catchy Title that Anyone Can Remember
What I really love about the presentation example above is that it features a catchy tagline on the second slide–“The 3S Framework.” It’s simple but it works!
This motto helps outline the structure of the presentation, and each slide referring back to it. Plus, the tagline will give the audience something to latch onto and remember from the presentation.
84. White Backgrounds Are Not Always Bad
A lot of people think that plain white background is a boring presentation faux pas. So the first thing they do is add color or image, which is not a bad thing at all.
But I also think that when used correctly, like in this example, plain white backgrounds can lead to beautiful presentations.
85. Split The Header Text From The Body Text
This idea is very similar to the one-two punch tactic that I talked about above, but it spreads the content over two slides as opposed to a single slide.
Use this design choice when you have fairly easy to follow presentations, like the one below from Steve Young. I know that this is effective because it allows the audience to focus on the main point before he drives it home with the supporting details.
86. Feature Circle Image Frames
I am a big fan of the design choices that Frank Delmelle uses in this slide deck about content strategy. He uses circles as his main design motif and frames his images in circles as well.
87. Talk Directly To Your Audience
This slideshow tops out at 70 slides but it’s a breeze to flip through. That’s because the creator, Ian Lurie, decided to present it in the form of a conversation instead of a classic slide deck.
While each slide only has one or two sentences, it flows just like a friendly chat. He also includes the necessary pauses, breaks and other conversational tics that helps make it even more convincing.
88. Illustrated Icons Are Key This Year
Icons add a fun and functional element to your designs. In this presentation by Iryna Nezhynska, they use illustrated icons to make a potentially intimidating topic seem manageable.
89. Highlight Key Numbers and Percentages
Surprising percentages have the ability to excite and shock an audience. To make the percentages on your slides even more impactful, present them in a different color or font than the rest of the text.
In the presentation example above, Contently uses that exact tactic to bring more attention to key numbers.
90. Use a Gradient as Your Presentation Background
Just like bold color schemes, gradients are a current social media graphic design trend . They may feel retro to some, but I believe they will be around well into the future.
Gradients are perfect for presentation backgrounds because they are so versatile and eye-catching. I mean, you can literally create a gradient with any colors you can think of! And they look a lot more interesting than a simple flat background.
So embrace the future and use a gradient in your next presentation!
91. Track The Steps In a Process
In this example, the creators from O.C. Tanner add a very interesting feature to their slides, starting on slide number 6. If you take a look at this business presentation template, you will see that they number the steps in a process and track which step they’re on at the bottom of the slides.
92. Use Mind Blowing Font Pairings
The creator of this slide deck uses at least 10 different types of fonts. And it looks fantastic because they know that one font choice is boring. But this does not mean that you should use a bunch of random fonts–pick font pairs that play well together and keep your font choices for different types of information consistent throughout the presentation.
93. Make Your Ideas As Obvious As Possible
Your audience shouldn’t be guessing at what you mean. That is why I think that this presentation example from In a Rocket is so powerful because they make the information easy to digest.
Learning to code can be challenging, but they break the information down with simple diagrams and clear examples. Heck, I have not touched CSS in a few years and I could still follow what they were instructing.
94. Use Images That Will Actually Scale
A large mistake that you can make in your slide deck is using low-quality images. They may look great on your computer, but as soon as the slides are put up on a screen, the low quality will show. In this example by ThoughtWorks, all of their presentation background images look great and will scale well to a bigger screen. And that is even after the image compression that LinkedIn most likely does!
95. Take Risks With Your Presentation Layout
I honestly was blown away the first time I saw this presentation because it capitalized on such a risky design idea. The creators from Weekdone literally turned their presentation into an 8-Bit video game. A nd if you are looking for something that will stick with your audience, I would take a few creative cues from them!
96. Seriously, You Better Use Memes
In this day and age memes are mainstream, so why wouldn’t you use them in a creative presentation? These do not have to be the coolest meme that all the hip kids are sharing, they can be some of the classics. Like the one that Dana DiTomaso uses on slide 16 to emphasize that it’s a trap!
97. Follow a Clear Design Rhythm
I really like how this presentation introduced each new point in three or four steps, using the same design. It gave the presentation a rhythm that flowed almost like a song!
I would recommend using this approach if you have to introduce multiple points per slide.
98. Use LOTS Of Icons
If you have made it this far in the list you have already probably seen how effective icons are in presentations. They are the perfect way to support your ideas and make your presentation more pleasing to the eyes.
For example, take a look at all the icons SlideShop uses in this presentation. Almost every slide has at least one icon and a few have more than ten!
99. Give Each Slide Its Own Spark
I know this goes against earlier points I had about creating a cohesive theme in your presentation layout, but everyone knows that rules are made to be broken (if you can do it better)!
In this slide deck, the team at Officevibe literally created different designs for all 27 of their slides. And to top it off, each of the designs fit the quotes they used extremely well.
100. Use LARGE Header Cards
An easy way to stick to that “one piece of content on each slide rule” is to use header cards. They are basically the header that you would normally use in a blog post or article, but it gets is own slide before the content. Here is an example of that idea in the real world in this presentation from Brian Downard.
101. Ask Your Audience Questions
I think one of the most common elements I saw in all the slide decks was that they asked the audience questions. You can use questions to engage with your audience and get them thinking a bit harder about the topic. The Site By Norex team did an exceptional job of this when they explored what the topic of what makes up a brand.
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102. Introduce Yourself and Your Brand
I would say that a majority of presentations that I looked at in this list just jumped right into the content without an introduction to the author or brand in the actual slide deck.
This introduction is very important because it establishes your credentials from the beginning, especially if someone is just reading the slide deck. In this example from Losant, they do just that by spending the first few slides telling the audience who they are.
103. Mix Up Your Mediums
Finally, this slide deck effectively marries two very distinct content forms together: digital images and hand-drawn illustrations. In this example, Freshdesk uses the timeless classic of a comic strip, Calvin & Hobbes, in something so modern to inform the audience in a fun way.
104. Show Off Your Credentials
Just like with any piece of content, people are more likely to believe what you are saying if they know what your company does. That is why I really like when people insert their qualifications right into the presentation slides. Just like Andreas von der Heydt, from Amazon, did at the beginning of this presentation about thinking big.
105. Highlight Key Data Points
If you are presenting a chart or graph on a dry topic, I would recommend using a single color to highlight the most important data point. For example, the investment firm a16z uses orange to highlight the data points they want their audience to focus on in each of their charts.
Check out some examples of how to highlight your key information in bar charts .
106. Show Your Audience Where To Find More Information
A lot of people end their presentations by literally just running out of slides, and that is the wrong way to do it. Instead, CBInsights consistently pushes their readers towards another piece of content at the end. This is also where you can insert a call to action!
107. Tell Your Origin Story
This idea is kinda similar to showing off your company qualifications at the beginning of your presentation. But with this approach, you are trying to make an emotional connection with your audience instead of just showing off accolades.
And Rand from Moz does this extremely well in the presentation example above.
108. Use One Focused Visual
This presentation uses a central visual of a structure, with each slide moving down the levels of the structure. This is incredibly powerful because the entire presentation is about sinking your company, and the visual they designed mirrors that idea perfectly. Using one focus visual also makes your slide deck design cohesive.
109. Don’t Take Presentation Design Too Seriously
Sometimes we get caught up trying to make the perfect presentation and it ends up making us crazy!
But in this presentation example, Jesse Desjardins uses a mix of wit and hilarious retro images to create a memorable and light-hearted presentation.
110. Use Size To Your Advantage
I am a big fan of using bubble charts and other charts that use size to compare two pieces of data. That is why I like this pitch deck from the ShearShare team that utilizes a size-based chart on slide number 9. The chart is used to illustrate the massive growth potential in their industry.
111. Split Section Headers From The Main Content With Different Background Colors
In this presentation, Seth Familian uses alternating colors in a very interesting way. For each of the title slides, he uses a black color background, but for the content slides he uses a white background.
This helped the readers follow along and comprehend what was on the page even faster. And when you are presenting to hundreds of different types of people, this can make or break your presentation.
112. Have A Conversation With Your Audience
Take a conversational tone in your presentation is a great way to encourage your audience to participate.
In this slide deck example, we presented a simple storyline and use questions to engage with the audience throughout. And it helped create a flow throughout the presentation template that is easy to follow.
113. Include Your Branding Throughout Your Presentation Ideas
Another thing that people seem to forget when they are working on a presentation is to include their business’s branding. You honestly never know where your work is going to be shared, so it is important to make sure people know it’s yours. HubSpot does an outstanding job of this on all their presentations, as you can see in the bottom left corner of each slide.
Plus you have spent a ton of time creating your brand guidelines , might as well use them.
114. Include Multiple Slides To Build To Your Main Point
Try using multiple slides to build to your main point. This helps you walk through the components of one overarching point while also building suspense. In this slide deck, the creator uses 6 slides to build up to one main point, adding a new illustration to the diagram on each slide.
115. Split The Difference
Use either the left or right side of the slide to hold your text and the opposite to display an image. If you are using a photo or graphic as the main background in your slides, this is a great way to keep things organized.
116. There Are Millions Of Fonts Out There…Use Them
Hey, I love simple fonts just as much as the next guy, but sometimes you need to step up your font game to stand out. For example, WebVisions uses a very gritty, probably custom font in their unique presentation that fits the topic extremely well. Take a look!
117. Build Your Presentation Content Around Icons
Try using icons as the focal points of your presentation layout. This example from Omer Hameed uses icons to draw the audience’s eyes right to the middle of the presentation, where the main points and headers are located.
118. Mix Up Font Style To Emphasize Important Points
If you would like to draw some extra attention to a certain word or idea, switch up the font to one that is bolder. For example, in this oldie but goodie presentation from HubSpot they use a heavy sans-serif font to highlight ideas, as opposed to the serif font for the other text.
119. Add Personal Touches To Your Presentation
If you want to create a truly unique presentation, add personal touches. In the slide numbers 6-13 from this presentation, the creator adds something to their design that no one else could ever have: they use original drawings they did themselves.
120. Harness the Power of Your Own Brand Colors
Sometimes people forget that they already have a battle-tested color palette that they can use in their brand colors . I try to incorporate one of our brand colors in most of my designs and it makes so much easier to choose colors.
In this simple presentation example, Spitfire Creative used a palette that had both of their brand colors throughout the slideshow.
121. Used Dark-Colored Blocks to Highlight Words
I have seen this trick used in a lot of presentations and it works well. Highlight certain words or phrases by laying them overtop a colored rectangle. Take slide number 7 in this presentation example as a great guide. Use it to bring attention to a saying or idea you really want your audience to remember.
122. Show The Audience Your Mug
This presentation example comes from the same presentation as a previous one, but it was too good not to share. Throughout the slides, you will see Rand from Moz pop up to add a human element to the design. Using an image of your team or yourself can put the audience at ease and make it easier to connect with the presenter.
123. Include A Helpful Table Of Contents
I only saw this presentation idea used a few times throughout my research, but I believe it should be used a lot more. A table of contents will help the audience know what to expect and keep their focus throughout. Especially if you are creating a presentation that is a bit longer than normal.
124. Do Not Post Just Screenshots, Do More
Screenshots of a program or app are very common in any blog post, but I think you can do a little better when it comes to presentations.
So instead of just posting a boring screenshot, add a little more to the slide by using illustrations and product shots. If you are not sure what I am talking about, just check out how great the screenshots look at slide numbers 7 and 8 in this presentation.
125. Highlight Keywords Using BOLD Color
Here’s another slide deck that uses different colors and blocks to highlight keywords. If you are going to use text-heavy slides, then make sure the key points are easy to pick out. Take this slide deck: starting in slide number 4, they highlight exactly what they want you to take away from the text on each slide!
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You made it! I applaud you for making it through all those presentations. Hopefully, now you have a few nifty presentation ideas ready for when you need them.
The next step is to create a presentation that will captivate a meeting room, an amphitheater, and even the world (hey, it doesn’t hurt to dream big).
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Jane Ng • 21 Aug 2023 • 7 min read
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Identifying your presentation’s target audience is the first step in choosing a technology topic that will resonate with them and meet their needs.
You can define your audience by the following aspects:
Consider the demographics of your audience, such as age, gender, education, and professional background. Different demographics may have different levels of familiarity and interest in technology.
- For example, an audience of tech-savvy professionals may require an advanced or specialized topic, while a general audience with diverse backgrounds may benefit from a broader subject matter.
Take into account your audience’s interests and areas of focus.
- Are they primarily interested in the business applications of the technology?
- Are they more concerned with the social or ethical implications?
Understanding their interests will help you tailor your topic to capture their attention and engage them throughout your presentation.
Evaluate the level of technical knowledge your audience possesses by answering these questions:
- Are they beginners with a limited understanding of the technology, or are they experts in the field?
Then you can adjust the complexity and depth of your subject accordingly. Make sure that the presentation strikes the right balance between being easy to understand to people with limited technical backgrounds while providing value for those with more advanced knowledge.
Consider the specific needs and challenges of your audience.
- Can the problems they are facing be solved by technology?
- Can you offer solutions, strategies, or real-world examples that work for their situation?
Tailoring your theme to meet their needs will improve the relevance and applicability of your presentation.
By carefully considering your audience’s demographics, interests, and technical savvy, you can choose a technology topic that aligns with their interests and captures their curiosity.
Defining technology topics for presentation involves clarifying its scope, purpose, and key aspects. You can effectively define your technology topic in the following steps:
- Start by conducting preliminary research on broad technology topics that interest you.
- Explore technology trends and industry news to identify potential topics that align with your presentation goals.
- Once you have a broad idea, narrow the focus of your topic to specific sub-topics, applications, or challenges in the technology sector that you find interesting or relevant.
- Consider the resources available, such as research materials, case studies, or expert interviews.
- Consider the time constraints of your presentation and determine the appropriate scope and depth for your topic. Ensure that the content can be adequately covered within the allocated time.
By following these steps, you can effectively define a technology theme for your presentation.
Understanding why you chose a particular topic for your presentation is essential as it helps define the purpose and goals of your presentation. Here are some common:
If your objective is to educate your audience, explain why you chose this topic.
- Is it because the technology is new, and you want to provide an overview?
- Are you aiming to share technology-related insights, knowledge, or best practices?
Communicate the educational value your chosen topic brings to your audience.
Purpose of persuasion
If your goal is to convince your audience, explain why you believe the topic is important and deserves their attention.
- Highlight the potential impact or benefit that technology can have.
- Present compelling evidence, case studies, or examples that support your argument.
Emphasize why your audience should be interested in this topic and how it can positively affect their lives, work, or industry.
If you aim to inspire your audience, explain what makes this tech theme so inspiring or innovative.
- Share stories of successful implementations or groundbreaking progress.
- Discuss the transformative power of technology and how it has the potential to change lives, industries, or society as a whole.
Inspire your audience by showcasing the possibilities and encouraging them to embrace the potential of technology.
If your goal is to create awareness, explain why this topic deserves attention and recognition.
- Discuss any social, environmental, or ethical impacts associated with the technology.
- Highlight challenges or risks that need to be addressed.
Raise awareness of the importance of understanding and interacting with the subject for the betterment of individuals, organizations, or the world at large.
When you clearly define the purpose and objectives of your presentation, you provide a guiding framework for structuring your content, selecting supporting examples or data, and tailoring your delivery to achieve the desired impact on your audience.
By considering the “When” and “Where” aspects of your presentation, you can effectively plan and prepare for the logistics and environment for your presentation. This ensures that you are equipped with the necessary resources to deliver a successful and engaging presentation experience.
Here are some pointers you need to check about time and location when preparing a presentation:
- Timing: Determine the date and time of your presentation. Take into account any deadlines, event schedules, or specific timeframes that may impact the availability or attention of your target audience.
- Location: Identify the venue or platform where you deliver your presentation. Will it be an in-person event at a physical location or an online presentation through a video conferencing platform or webinar?
- Setting and Environment: If it is an in-person presentation, evaluate the seating arrangement, stage setup, audio-visual equipment, etc. If it is an online presentation, ensure that you have a quiet and well-lit space with a stable internet connection.
- Technical Considerations: Pay attention to any technical considerations associated with your presentation. Make sure you have access to the necessary technology, equipment, and technical support.
Choosing technology topics for presentation effectively requires the right approach, and AhaSlides can be a valuable tool to enhance the process. By following these steps, you can effectively select technology topics for your presentation:
- Understand your audience: Take into account the interests, needs, and background of your audience. Analyze their level of technical knowledge to identify topics that will resonate with them. Utilize AhaSlides’ live polls to gather audience feedback and tailor your topic accordingly.
- Research current trends and emerging technologies: Stay up-to-date with the latest technology trends and advancements. Interactive quizzes and trivia sessions can be used to engage your audience and share knowledge about these trends.
- Evaluate impact and relevance: Consider practical applications, benefits, and challenges associated with each topic. You can use word cloud and Q&A to gather audience opinions and perspectives on different technology topics.
- Balance complexity and simplicity: Choose technology topics that balance between being informative and understandable for your audience. AhaSlides allows you to create visually appealing slides and Ordinal Scale to simplify complex concepts and enhance audience comprehension.
Here are some popular and interesting technology topics for a presentation that you can consider:
- Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Applications, benefits, and Challenges.
- Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart Homes: Enhancing convenience and efficiency.
- Cybersecurity: Protecting digital assets and safeguarding personal information.
- Blockchain Technology: Revolutionizing industries
- Augmented Reality (AR) in Education: Transforming learning experiences.
- The Impact of 5G Technology: Faster Connections and new possibilities.
- Cloud Computing: Advantages, deployment models, and use cases.
- Biometric Authentication: Ensuring secure and convenient access control.
- Robotics and Automation in Manufacturing: Improving productivity and efficiency.
- Sustainable Energy Technologies: Advancements in renewable energy sources.
- Data Science and Predictive Analytics: Extracting insights for informed decision-making.
- Virtual Reality (VR) in Training and Simulation: Enhancing Learning and skills development.
- The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT): Innovations in healthcare technology.
- Quantum Computing: Unlocking new levels of computational power.
- E-commerce and Digital Payments: Trends, challenges, and prospects.
- Autonomous Vehicles: Advancements and implications for transportation.
- Natural Language Processing (NLP): Applications in chatbots and voice assistants.
- 3D Printing: Revolutionizing manufacturing and prototyping processes.
- Big Data and Business Intelligence: Leveraging data for strategic decision-making.
- Edge Computing: Powering real-time applications and reducing latency.
By following the step-by-step guide we’ve provided for choosing technology topics for presentation, you’re on your way to delivering a successful presentation that resonates with your audience.
And don’t forget to utilize AhaSlides’ templates and interactive features to make your presentations captivating, intuitive, and engaging for your audience.
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It all starts with identifying what we're trying to achieve with the presentation. Is it informative, a showcase of data in an easy-to-understand medium? Or is it more of a pitch, something meant to persuade and convince an audience and lead them to a particular outcome?
It's here where the majority of these presentations go wrong with the inability to identify the talking points that best support our goal. Always start with a goal in mind: to entertain, to inform, or to share data in a way that's easy to understand. Use facts, figures, and images to support your conclusion while keeping structure in mind (Where are we now and where are we going?).
I've found that it's helpful to start with the ending. Once I know how to end a presentation, I know how best to get to that point. I start by identifying the takeaway---that one nugget that I want to implant before thanking everyone for their time---and I work in reverse to figure out how best to get there.
Your mileage, of course, may vary. But it's always going to be a good idea to put in the time in the beginning stages so that you aren't reworking large portions of the presentation later. And that starts with a defined goal.
A slideshow isn't supposed to include everything. It's an introduction to a topic, one that we can elaborate on with speech. Anything unnecessary is a distraction. It makes the presentation less visually appealing and less interesting, and it makes you look bad as a presenter.
This goes for text as well as images. There's nothing worse, in fact, than a series of slides where the presenter just reads them as they appear. Your audience is capable of reading, and chances are they'll be done with the slide, and browsing Reddit, long before you finish. Avoid putting the literal text on the screen, and your audience will thank you.
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Bullet points should support the speaker, not overwhelm his audience. The best slides have little or no text at all, in fact. As a presenter, it's our job to talk through complex issues, but that doesn't mean that we need to highlight every talking point.
Instead, think about how you can break up large lists into three or four bullet points. Carefully consider whether you need to use more bullet points, or if you can combine multiple topics into a single point instead. And if you can't, remember that there's no one limiting the number of slides you can have in a presentation. It's always possible to break a list of 12 points down into three pages of four points each.
Animation, when used correctly, is a good idea. It breaks up slow-moving parts of a presentation and adds action to elements that require it. But it should be used judiciously.
Adding a transition that wipes left to right between every slide or that animates each bullet point in a list, for example, starts to grow taxing on those forced to endure the presentation. Viewers get bored quickly, and animations that are meant to highlight specific elements quickly become taxing.
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Color is interesting. It evokes certain feelings and adds visual appeal to your presentation as a whole. Studies show that color also improves interest, comprehension, and retention. It should be a careful consideration, not an afterthought.
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Many factors go into an excellent presentation. You need to have confident body language and engage your audience to hold their attention. You also need eye-catching visual aids like images, data visualizations, GIFs, and others (all of which you can find in Prezi ), not to mention a great opening to grab attention and a strong closing line to stay memorable. However, the most essential aspect of your presentation is the topic. It’s the core of your presentation, so it has to be strong, insightful, attention-grabbing, and appealing to yourself and your audience in order to evolve into a successful presentation everyone will love.
How to choose a good presentation topic
There are millions of topics you could create a presentation on, but what defines a good topic? If you’re struggling to either come up with a good topic for a presentation or you can’t decide between multiple ones, here are a few questions you should ask yourself before choosing a topic.
What’s the goal of your presentation?
When you’re choosing a topic, consider the meaning behind it. Ask yourself what the purpose of talking about this topic is, and what you want to say about it. Whatever topic you choose to present, the conclusion needs to provide a takeaway or lesson you want to communicate to your audience. A meaningful goal will make your presentation more memorable.
Are you interested in the topic?
If you’re not interested in the topic, others won’t be curious either. Interest, enthusiasm, and passion enrich your presentation and are noticeable when presenting. Interest shines through and inspires others to find the topic as fascinating as you do. Think about the last time you saw someone sharing something they were passionate about – their excitement drew people in to pay closer attention to what they were saying.
When choosing a topic, you need to find it or a particular angle of it interesting for yourself. For example, perhaps you’re not a pop music enthusiast, but you’re passionate about studying cultural phenomena. In this case, you can talk about pop music’s influence on early 2000s youth culture.
Will your audience find this topic relatable?
While you have to find the topic you’re presenting interesting, you also have to think about your audience. When choosing a subject, consider your audience’s background in terms of demographics, interests, culture, and knowledge level about the topic. Think about what others will find fascinating and relevant, so they’re not bored or confused during your presentation.
Do you have prior experience or knowledge about this topic?
Personal experiences are always great to share in a presentation, providing your unique perspective for anyone listening. While you can easily prepare your presentation based on a quick Google search, it won’t make the same lasting impact on your audience. Choose a topic you have some prior knowledge about, or have an interesting opinion you can share with others. It’ll make your presentation more engaging and memorable.
Ideas for good presentation topics
It’s not easy to come up with a good presentation topic from scratch. It’s much easier to get inspired from other good presentation topics to build your topic on. Whether you’re looking for presentation ideas for work, about me presentation ideas, unique or easy presentation topics, you’ll find them all here.
Without further ado, here are some good presentation topics to choose from or get inspired by.
Presentation topics about social media
- The role of social media in portraying gender stereotypes
- How social media impacts our body image
- How social media shaped Gen Z
- The most significant differences between the Facebook and TikTok generations
- The negative effects of social media
- The positive impacts of social media
- The effects of social media on behavior
- How social media impacts our physical (or mental) health
- How social media has shaped our understanding of mass media
- Should we teach about social media in schools?
- The rise of social media influencers
- How AR Instagram filters impact our self-image
- How to go viral on social media?
- The origins of social media echo chambers
- Social media as a news outlet
Author: Ish Verduzco
Presentation topics about movies
- How movies influence our understanding of good and evil
- Beauty standards represented in movies
- How female characters are depicted in Hollywood movies
- How horror movies and global fears have developed through time
- The adverse effects of romance movies
- How movies have changed our understanding of the Western culture
- Charlie Chaplin and the silent movie era
- The globalization of culture: Hollywood vs. Bollywood
- The psychology behind the music in films
- The ethics of using animals in movies
- Social media’s influence on the film industry
- The history of filmmaking
- The role of color in movies
- The cultural impact of romance movies
- How are gender stereotypes depicted in Hollywood movies?
Author: Cinto Marti
Presentation topics about music
- The impact of pop music on beauty standards
- Should digital music be free for everyone?
- The psychology behind the music in advertisements
- The effectiveness of sound therapy
- Can music inspire criminal behavior?
- The psychological effects of metal music
- The origins of K-pop
- How does music influence our understanding of the world?
- Can music help in the learning process?
- The positive effects of classical music
- The history of hip hop
- Why is music education essential in schools?
- The psychological benefits of playing piano
- Can anyone become a famous musician?
- The role of music in fashion
Author: Prezi Editorial
Presentation topics about health
- The link between food and mental health
- Inequality in the healthcare system
- Myths about healthy practices
- Simple practices that help you stay healthy
- Health education in schools: Should it change?
- Toxic positivity and mental health
- The impact of superfoods on our health
- The psychology behind unhealthy eating habits
- Sex education in schools: Why should we have it?
- How to trick yourself into getting better: The placebo effect
- How to strengthen your immune system
- How to tell if someone is depressed
- The health benefits of regular exercise
- The impact of junk food on mental health
- Stress-caused diseases
Author: Prezi Education Team
Presentation topics about human psychology
- What is social depression?
- What triggers panic attacks?
- The impact of testosterone on aggressive behavior
- How to overcome social anxiety
- Differences in the functioning of the brain of a child and adult
- The impact of violent video games on children’s brain development
- How does the use of social media influence our attention span?
- How to overcome childhood trauma
- The influence of marijuana on the human brain
- How does behavioral therapy work
- The psychology behind fame
- The causes of personality disorders
- The differences in brain functioning between men and women
- What happens in therapy sessions?
- The psychology of substance abuse
Presentation topics about self-development
- The impact of exercise on productivity
- How to deal with stress
- How to deal with procrastination
- The positive effects of meditation
- Why new–year’s resolutions don’t work
- How to overcome bad habits
- The impact of negative thoughts
- The negative effects of self-criticism
- The role of creativity in self-development
- Benefits of journaling
- How to learn something fast
- How to be mindful
- The importance of curiosity
- How to become more self-aware
- Why it’s essential to spend time with yourself
Author: Nir Eyal
Presentation topics about education
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of online education?
- The positive effects of a gap year
- Should university education be free?
- Inequality in education access
- How language learning benefits brain development
- Emerging gender issues in education
- The importance of socialization in school
- School bullying and student development
- The benefits of reading
- Is the education system broken?
- What you don’t learn in college
- The link between education and brain development
- The history of schools
- The gender gap in STEM
- The connection between equality in education and economic growth
Presentation topics about culture
- Is graffiti a form of art or street vandalism?
- Cultural diversity in the workplace
- The impact of culture on gender roles
- The issue with orientalism
- Are humans the only species that has culture?
- How do different cultures view death?
- The ethical issues of pop culture
- The impact of culture on personal development
- Sexism in different cultures
- The impact of globalization on local cultures
- The viral spread of the #metoo movement
- The history of subcultures
- The problem with romanticizing toxic relationships in movies
- 90s pop-culture influence on fashion trends
- The evolution of cultural psychology
Author: Devin Banerjee
Presentation ideas for work
- What it’s like to be a digital nomad?
- How to deal with workplace conflicts
- The secret to a productive day
- How to set achievable goals
- The importance of diversity in a workplace
- The positive effects of creative thinking at work
- How to give constructive feedback
- The characteristics of a valuable team member
- Inequality and the glass ceiling
- Racial discrimination in the workplace
- Work habits of different cultures
- How is work perceived in various countries?
- Technological development and the future of work
- The importance of a healthy work/life balance
- The rise of health problems in office work
Author: Charles Huang
Presentation topics about hybrid work
- The positive effects of hybrid work on work/life balance
- Is hybrid work the future work model?
- How to stay connected in a hybrid work model
- The challenges of hybrid work nobody talks about
- How to stay productive when working from home
- The social effects of hybrid work
- The economic impacts of hybrid work
- Case study: Hybrid work model in [company]
- What causes Zoom fatigue?
- The problem with online meetings
- Is hybrid work better than remote work?
- How to develop a close relationship with colleagues in a hybrid work model
- What kind of company culture is best for a hybrid work model?
- Is hybrid work sustainable?
- Cybersecurity consideration for hybrid working
Author: Barbie Brewer
Presentation topics about public speaking
- The importance of body language in public speeches
- How to appear confident when you’re not
- How to become a better orator
- The use of eye contact in public speaking
- Breathing exercises that will calm you down before public speaking
- The benefits of public speaking
- Ways to improve public speaking skills
- How to leave a great first impression on stage
- How to engage your audience during a public speech
- How to best structure your public speech
- How to end your presentation speech
- Can anyone learn to be good at public speaking?
- How to prepare for a public speech
- What not to do right before a public speech
- How to address a controversial topic in a public speech
Author: Prezi Team
Presentation topics about entrepreneurship and leadership
- The main principles of a good leader
- The impact of leadership skills on professional performance
- The mistake every entrepreneur makes
- How to successfully lead a cross-cultural team
- How to celebrate inclusivity in a diverse team
- What are the common personality traits of a successful entrepreneur?
- The impact of entrepreneurship on the global economy
- The characteristics of a leader
- The most common challenges of entrepreneurship
- Can anyone learn to become a successful leader?
- What affects new venture growth?
- The psychology of leadership
- What is crowdsourcing?
- The benefits of being an entrepreneur
- Common mistakes leaders make
Author: Jill Sinclair
Presentation topics about technology
- The rise of technological development
- Is technology addictive?
- Should we use drones for military and non-military purposes?
- The sustainability of electric cars
- What are deepfakes?
- Limitations of AI machines
- The future of programming
- Ethical issues of AI
- The future of AR in business
- How VR can be used in the medical field
Author: David Vandegrift
Sales presentation topics
- How to make a cold email intro
- What is sales enablement?
- How to build better relationships with customers
- The best way to improve pipeline management
- Coaching via verbal and written role-play
- How to plan cold calls
- What’s a deal-breaker for most customers?
- All about personalized coaching
- How to manage objections
- How to close more deals
- How to keep your prospects engaged
- Effective sales communication strategies
- How to conduct a competitor analysis
- The most valuable sales skills
- What soft skills do you need to become a successful sales rep?
Author: Cindy McGovern
Easy presentation topics
- Benefits of daily exercise and how to incorporate it into your routine
- Simple and nutritious meal recipes
- Tips for improving time management and productivity
- The importance of recycling
- The history of a local landmark or festival
- Ways to reduce stress
- Exploring different types of renewable energy sources and their impact on the environment
- The basics of budgeting and saving money for future goals
- The benefits of social media for professional use
- Tips for overcoming stage fright
- How to start a meditation practice
- The impact of technology on modern society
- The basics of personal finance
- The health benefits of a plant-based diet
- The history of Earth Day
Good how to presentation topics
- How to create a successful social media marketing strategy
- How to give a persuasive presentation
- How to create effective and engaging content for your blog
- How to discover your strengths and weaknesses
- How to use project management tools to increase productivity
- How to make the most out of boring meetings
- How to build a personal brand
- How to conduct effective market research
- How to use data analytics to improve decision-making
- How to improve your decision-making process
- How to write a winning proposal
- How to create a visually stunning presentation
- How to manage stressful situations at work
- How to make friends as an adult
- How to network at work events
About me presentation ideas
- My journey to becoming who I am today
- My passion for [insert topic or activity]
- My career aspirations and goals
- My travels and adventures around the world
- My hobbies and interests outside of work/school
- My role models and influences
- My strengths and weaknesses
- My favorite books, movies, and TV shows
- My proudest achievements and accomplishments
- My favorite childhood memories
- My family and friends
- My education and academic background
- My volunteer and community service experience
- My personality traits and values
- My vision for the future and how I plan to achieve it
Author: Adam Grant
Student presentation ideas
- The history and evolution of video games
- The history and cultural impact of tattoos
- The impact of social media on body image and self-esteem
- The effects of globalization on local cultures and economies
- The role of education in promoting social justice and equity
- The ethical implications of autonomous weapons in warfare
- The impact of mass media on society and culture
- The causes and effects of deforestation on biodiversity and climate change
- The history and cultural significance of dance in different parts of the world
- The psychology of addiction and recovery
- The impact of the gig economy on labor rights and job security
- The history and impact of feminism on gender equality
- The benefits and drawbacks of renewable energy sources
- The impact of colonialism on indigenous cultures and identities
- The role of technology in promoting global connectivity and intercultural understanding
Author: Edward Quinn
How to create a good presentation
If you know what you want to present on, it’s time to create an impactful presentation that grabs everyone’s attention. Presentation design plays a crucial role in how your presentation is received and remembered. To stand out and leave a memorable impact on your audience, create a Prezi presentation. Instead of a linear, slide-based presentation, offer an engaging and dynamic storytelling experience to your audience. Breathe life into your presentation with motion, zoom, and spatial relationships. When creating your presentation, consider the following three essential elements:
Visuals play a significant part in presentation design. They evoke emotions, make a memorable impact, and give more context to the story. Not to mention, 65% of people are visual learners , so visual aids are helpful when explaining a complex topic.
In your presentation, include different types of visuals, such as images, videos, GIFs, and stickers, all of which you can find in Prezi’s content library. When selecting your visuals, consider what’s relevant and brings additional value to the story. Only add what’s meaningful and necessary. A video or image at the right place and time will enrich the viewing experience and make your presentation more memorable.
The layout of your presentation is the structure of your story. It’ll help you introduce the topic, intrigue your audience, and unfold the layers of your topic one by one until you disclose your main arguments and summarize the presentation. A good presentation layout has a hierarchical, chronological, or logical flow that leads the viewer from start to finish.
If you’re creating a Prezi presentation, you can create a dynamic storytelling experience by experimenting with your layout. Instead of going from slide to slide, you can zoom in and out of topics and experiment with different shapes, animations, and effects that draw the viewer into your story world. Here’s an example of a Prezi presentation with a great storytelling layout:
Author: Lydia Antonatos
Data visualizations can elevate your presentation from being a good one to a great one. By providing data behind your arguments, you’ll appear more trustworthy and confident in your audience’s eyes.
Add charts, graphs, interactive maps, and more to your presentations with Prezi Design. You can choose from a wide selection of charts and maps to illustrate your data. With interactive elements, you’ll be able to engage your audience and make a memorable impact.
Engaging visuals, a well-structured layout, and relevant data visualizations will provide a great starting base to create a memorable presentation. Discover other tips and tricks that make your presentation effective and capture people’s attention.
Choosing a topic for a presentation isn’t easy. When selecting a topic, think about the goal of your presentation, your interest and knowledge about the topic, and whether or not your audience will find it relevant and interesting for them. Also, get inspired by other topics that’ll help you figure out what you want to talk about. Lastly, when creating your presentation, consider the impact of visuals, layout, and data visualizations. To simplify the creation process, follow the step-by-step process of making a presentation with helpful tips and resources.
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How to Make a Presentation on a Computer: Effective Guide
In our work or study, we often need a presentation to make a report, prepare a speech, present a task as completed, even to present ourselves favorably for a CV or portfolio. If you struggle with creating presentations or want to clarify or delve into some aspect of the presentation making process, then our instruction article on how to make a presentation on a computer will help to answer the main questions: What to start with? What a presentation must include? What software may be used? Where to find inspiration, cool examples and lifehacks?
Getting prepared: What to consider?
We have collected the best tips in our detailed guide on how to make a presentations more professionally so that they achieve their goals. But what do you need to consider at the very beginning?
Before opening your presentation program and adding a new slide, it’s important to answer questions that will define the composition, structure and style of your future presentation. Let’s discuss them one by one.
- What is your presentation for? Here, elaborate for yourself on why you are creating the presentation, what its purpose is, what you want to change by these words or slides. Perhaps, this is the main question to ask in order to define your subsequent work.
- Who is this presentation for? A lot of depends on who will see your presentation, the presentation’s structural logic, the arguments to be used and the graphic style. Before preparing the presentation, define who you viewers will be and what they expect to see on your slides.
- How are you going to present? You also need to realize what is going to happen with the presentation after you finish the last slide: Will you distribute it by email and wait for a reply or will you present in person? That influences the amount of text on slides, the design and your preparation.
- Are there host or client requirements for the presentation? An important point that is often forgotten. Before making a presentation, inquire what the required format is, if there are restrictions for slides or a fixed structure, how long the presentation shall take, and other organizational issues. If you check for it in advance, you will have time to comply and will be confident about your material.
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Basic components of a presentation
Having answered the questions above, you can proceed to the presentation preparation itself. And if you have already clicked ‘New Slide’, please wait. Don’t hurry. We have cool lifehacks for you to facilitate you further work. Let’s start with discussing the basic components of any presentation.
Structure of a presentation
Nice presentations are not created spontaneously. Talks by TED speakers are a huge work that is prepared and perfected long before they come on stage. The resulting simplicity, irony and fascination of presentations by professionals of such level are achieved owing to the perfected structure – the control of the listeners’ attention is exercised naturally and consistently. So, what do you need to elaborate to be listened to with the same fascination? 1. Basic problem What do you talk about in your presentation, i.e. , what pain, problem, statement? It is important to describe in a literally single sentence the specific problem you’re going to talk about and call to solve, so that a person who has attended or read your presentation would get solid understanding. 2. Plan of the presentation Now, compile a plan for your presentation – anything that can be used as a framework for your argumentation and scenario, you may even us the approach taught to us back in school at literature classes: exposition, developments, climax, resolution. First, define the major sections, then elaborate on your statements within each section. The beginning of your presentation is the entry point for your story and problem, here you can have an introduction and describe the subject briefly. The last slide is good for the speaker’s contact details, main idea, acknowledgements or emotional conclusion. 3. Arguments To have the audience dive into the problem and come to the decision, idea or conclusion that you need, you have to carefully choose your arguments for every item on your plan. Appropriate arguments would be facts from studies, various projects, quotes, opinions by experts, case studies (as experienced by you or other people involved). Visualized data would work well here, since it’s always easier to comprehend — as well as speaker’s experience or stories that are relatable to anyone. This helps put the audience in the particular context.
Lifehack 1: Barbara Minto Pyramid The Minto pyramid principle is an argumentation system invented by Barbara Minto from McKinsey. This system is based on a strict principle: We structure our points in the form of a pyramid and move from the basic idea, issue or problem to arguments, stating conclusions in the end of each group of arguments. This versatile approach helps structure either compelling short meetings or full-featured addresses.
Lifehack 2: Put your plan on paper Researches and empirical observations show that information on physical media is easier comprehended and structured by our brain. This also matters when you think of how to make a presentation more engaging. In the process of coming up with the plan and arguments, it’s usually easier and more efficient to deal with paper: you strike through, draw, arrange sheets in a different order and experiment — electronic environment will not pressure you to promptly compose a slide layout and perfect design, so the process will move faster.
The preparation of the text for a presentation on business or studying issues depends on your chosen purpose, as discussed above, and whether you are going to present in person or the presentation is for reading only.
- If your presentation is for reading only: It is important here to have your ideas understood as accurately and correctly as possible. Therefore, work on your arguments and information visualization – diagrams, hyperlinks to supplemental materials, clearly structured text, fully covering the presentation’s subject and problem — this is what a good presentation for reading must have. Depending on the situation, such presentation may be built from a report, your portfolio, or a completed task. 2. If you are to present in person: You have 2 tools at your disposal: the text on your slides, and your speech. The basic rule is that they shall differ and not duplicate each other. Otherwise, the audience will not appreciate your work at all and will lose their focus at the 3 rd slide already. The text in the presentation should better be shortened and in separate statements, emphasizing only main points, while the conclusions and some details should be spoken out. It is most convenient to prepare it when you already have at least draft presentation – try to tell it in usual and simple words on a voice recorder. A couple of such rehearsals will help to get rid of excessive words, phrases and terms that would be challenging for you to articulate during your speech.
The finishing touch for every presentation is its visual design. It is the design of slides that helps us hold and control the viewers’ attention, and it’s also what may put off a person and provoke mistrust. How to make a presentation look nice and sound? The points below will help with that:
Colors Choose several, like 2 or 3, harmonious colors. Typically, these are the background color, the body text color and the color for accents in headers and graphics. You can pick cool combinations with the help of some tool like Paletton.com , ColorPalettes . Example selection of a three-color scheme for a presentation
Fonts You shouldn’t overdo the fonts, too — better limit them to 1 or 2, one for body and one for headers or accents. Pick fonts that are easy to read, like Century Gothic, Muller, Roboto, Monserrat, Oswald. Even a single font might be enough, if it has various variations: Bold, Italic, Regular, and their combinations. It can help emphasize your main points and form easy-to-read text blocks.
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Images Cool pictures in your created presentation help convey the main idea without words, create a bright visual image that will highlight your arguments. To find quality images, use stocks ( e.g. , pexels.com , unsplash.com ) or specialized services, like Popsters : if you authorize in Flickr on it, you can search for the most popular images by key queries that suit you (make sure to check the license to use).
Graphics Data visualization is the power of a presentation. Anything that can be presented visually is better to form into visual elements rather than text. To find cool templates and blanks for diagrams and plots, also use specialized services and stocks, such as Freepik , flaticon.com .
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The design and formatting of presentations, as we have already found out, are a complex subject where a lot can be perceived subjectively. To avoid such an approach, assume that design has to solve a certain problem, for example, to effectively and simply get your ideas across to the listeners. The following principles may also help you throughout all the steps of presentation creation:
- Express yourself briefly and point by point The clearer is your thought from a slide, the better. Try to remove excessive phrases and words at all, read it out loud to check that no meaning is lost. And, of course, add new slides, use bigger font sizes and, if necessary and the number of slides is not limited by the requirements, you shouldn’t try to fit everything in one slide.
- Don’t be afraid to use a template If you have little time to prepare or you are not confident in your skills, take a presentation template and focus on working out the structure and text. Thus, you will get much more detailed and quality result. However, there’s always a chance that your template was already used by someone, so, if possible, you should customize it or work on the design by yourself.
- Less is better This principle is applicable to texts, images, fonts and colors in presentations. A frequent mistake made by beginners when creating slides is to use all at once. Remember that your best beginner’s kit to help create a really stylish presentation is point-by-point narration, few same-style quality illustrations, 2 fonts and 2 to 3 colors at most.
Presentation services and software
Presentation preparation and formatting is quite a common task, which is often has to be done in a wide variety of areas. A lot of services have been developed to facilitate this task, so we are going to discuss the major ones below. They offer a convenient and simple way of creating a presentation on your computer.
PowerPoint This is, perhaps, the best-known presentation software, from the Microsoft Office suit. Therefore, it is quite natural to have a desire to know the features of how to make a presentation in PowerPoint. PowerPoint’s advantages include wide functionality, clear and user-friendly interface; newer versions, starting 2019, also use automatic tips and settings that make your work easier, for example, accelerate alignment to grid. It is distributed on a paid basis, however there’s a 1-month trial version available.
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Lifehack: Check with the organization where you work or study, if they have Microsoft Office subscription available for their employees/students — quite possibly, they have.
Google Slides Google’s cloud presentations for teamwork — a convenient platform for those who work on a project in team or remotely. Google Slides has a simple interface, which is clear and easy to learn from scratch, however the set of fonts, transitions and visual elements is limited.
Keynote A standard presentation application by Apple. It offers simple and clear basic functionality similar to Google Slides. One disadvantage is platform restriction, so you’ll have to convert you presentation to PDF or PPTX to be able to open it in another program.
Canva An online platform for slide preparation with a large set of various templates that are suitable for both work and study. There are paid functions but the free functionality and set of templates are sufficient to make a nice presentation.
Prezi A website for creating animated presentations with many transitions and animation effects. It offers clear functionality and possibility to work online. Drawbacks include controversial perception that may be caused by continuous animation, the necessity to present information very briefly, limited visualization capabilities.
Where to find useful materials and inspiration?
To make your presentation interesting and engaging, your visual experience also matters, as well as the ability to quickly find a certain useful tool, get a tip or advice. We have collected for you several recommendations on where to get those.
TikTok and Instagram Social media have long become not just a place for likes and pictures but a real tool for education. The format of quick educational videos and posts more and more rapidly takes over these platforms, so TikTok and Instagram now already have many cool accounts with useful tricks, analyses, secrets and tools that are helpful in creating presentations. On TikTok, for example, this is @Thatrelatablestudent talking on how to quickly create stylish slides, useful services and lifehacks for presentation structuring, colors and fonts; and on Instagram — @deardatapostbox with her selections of tools, simple and bright ways to visualize table and data.
Accounts on presentation creation: @Thatrelatablestudent and @Nandovtwork
Slideshare The best-known presentation hosting website — you can find here presentations on very different subjects, from TED talks to educational materials and portfolios. It is useful to follow companies who are particularly specialized in presentations, to draw ideas, experience and inspiration.
Behance A website for designers that exhibits a lot of graphic works and illustrations from all over the world. It helps to develop your visual experience, find trends and ideas for presentations and interior designs.
Pinterest Perhaps, the best-known platform for inspiration. If you use a search query associated with presentations and design, you can get nice selections on various subjects, find illustrations, get inspiration from examples of working with fonts and prepare a mood board for your presentation.
Slide Bank by Bonnie & Slide The bank of free slides from the Bonnie&Slide Presentations Academy will help to find specific sample slides for numerous topics, check what similar tasks others solved in presentations, and get inspired to create effective and bright works.
Creating a nice presentation for your study, work or public talk seems an uneasy task at first glance. However, constant training, use of advices and lifehacks will provide you with the needed experience. So, now that you have all the knowledge on how to make a presentation interesting and engaging, it's time to start with the very first step. Try, experiment, present – and we’re sure you’ll be able to make cool and effective presentations on any subject.
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Information Technology Presentation Topics (Updated)
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Below is the list of information technology presentation topics. This updated list of IT-related presentation topics covers general, latest and best trends. Students & researchers can use these IT topics for PowerPoint (PPT) presentations, Webinars, Seminars, Conferences, Oral Speeches, Oral presentations, Individual or Group presentations. These ideas will definitely help students of MBA, MCA, BE, ME, BCA, & other IT courses to make a stunning presentation.
Latest Information Technology Topics For Presentation
Adding Intelligence to the Internet
Sixth Sense Technology: New Reality
Finger Tracking In Real-Time Human-Computer Interaction
Fiber Distributed Data Interface
Internet of Things (IoT)
5G Technology: Hope Vs. Hype
Alphabetical List of IT Presentation Topics
Artificial Neural Network (ANN)
An Identity Based Eco-System
Free Space Laser Communications
Cellular Through Remote Control Switch
Breaking the Memory Wall in MonetDB
Buffer overflow attack : A potential problem and its Implications
Biometrics in SECURE e-transaction
10 Gigabit Ethernet
4G Technology: 4G Wireless Systems
5 Pen PC Technology
AC Performance Of Nanoelectronics
Android: Future of Computing
Biometric Voting System
Blu Ray Disc
Broadband Over Power Line
Capacitive And Resistive Touch Systems
Cellular Neural Network
Cisco IOS Firewall
Code Division Duplexing
Combating Link Spam
Compact peripheral component interconnect
Computational Visual Attention Systems
Compute Unified Device Architecture CUDA
Conditional Access System
Content Curation and Aggregation
corDECT Wireless in Local Loop System
Data Compression Techniques
CyberTerrorism : New Challenge
Data Leakage Detection
Delay Tolerant Networking
Design and Analysis of Algoritms
Development of the Intenet
Digital Audio Broadcasting
DNA Based Computing
Digital Subscriber Line
Driving Optical Network Evolution
Dual Core Processor
Dynamic Cache Management Technique
Dynamic Data Grid Replication Strategy
Dynamic Domain Name Service
Dynamic Memory Allocation
Dynamic Synchronous Transfer Mode
Dynamic Virtual Private Network
Dynamically Reconfigurability Computing
E Cash Payment Systems
E-Cash Payment System
Enhancing LAN Using Cryptography and Other Modules
Enterprise social collaboration
Ethernet Passive Optical Network
Extended Mark Up Language
Extreme Programming (XP)
Eye Movement-Based Human Computer Interaction Techniques
Fluorescent Multi-layer Disc
Free Space Optics
Generic Access Network
Generic Framing Procedure
Generic Visual Perception Processor GVPP
Global Wireless E-Voting
Google Chrome OS
Google Glass Project
Google Strikes Back
Graphical Password Authentication
GSM 900 Mobile Jamme
High Altitude Aeronautical Platforms
High Performance DSP Architectures
Holographic Data Storage
Human Computer Interface
Image Identification System
I-Cloud by Apple
In Vehicle Networking
Infinite Dimensional Vector Space
Integer Fast Fourier Transform
Integrated Voice and Data
Intel Centrino Mobile Technology
Keyboard without Keys and Board
Ipv6 – The Next Generation Protocol
Intel Core I7 Processor
Intelligent Software Agents
Intelligent Speed Adaptation
Internet Access via Cable TV Network
Internet of Things
Internet Telephony Policy in INDIA
The world of Internet Protocols
Intrution Detection System
Intrution Detection Systems
Java Database Connectivity
JOOMLA and CMS
Large Cloud Services
Layer 3 Switching
Light emitting polymers
Location Dependent Query Processing
Low Power UART Design for Serial Data Communication
Migration From GSM Network To GPRS
Mind Reading Computer
Mobile Phone Cloning
Mobile Virtual Reality Service
Modems and ISDN
Money Pad, The Future Wallet
MPEG Video Compression
Multi Touch Technology
Nano Cars Into The Robotics
Network Security Firewalls
NVIDIA Tesla Personal Supercomputer
Network Traffic Analyzer
Neural Networks And Their Applications
Online Analytical Processing (OLAP)
Online Video Streaming
Optical Fibre Cable
Optical Free Space Communication
Optical packet switch architectures
Optical Packet Switching Network
Optical Satellite Communication
Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing
Ovonic Unified Memory
Plagiarism Detection Techniques
Palm Vein Technology
Parallel Computing In India
Personal Cloud Services
personal clouds accelerate
Pivot Vector Space Approach in Audio-Video Mixing
Public Key Infrastructure
QoS in Cellular Networks Based on MPT
Quadrics Interconnection Network
Quantum Information Technology
Real-Time Systems and Real-Time Operating Systems
Radio Frequency Light Sources
Radio Network Controller
Resilient Packet Ring Technology
Seam Carving for Media Retargeting
Search by Image
Search Leads To Sales
Secure ATM by Image Processing
Security Features of ATM
Self Defending Networks
Self Organizing Maps
Semantic Digital Library
Sensors on 3D Digitization
Setting up a LAN using Linux
Short Message Service (SMS)
Significance of real-time transport Protocol in VOIP
Silent Sound Technology
Sixth Sense Technology
Social Networks That Are IT Policy Friendly
Smart Note Taker
Smart Pixel Arrays
Sniffer for detecting lost mobiles
Social Literacy Skills
Social Media Privacy
Social Media Schizophrenia
Space Communications Protocol
Speech Application Language Tags
Speed Detection of moving vehicle using speed cameras
Synchronous Optical Networking
Storage Area Networks
Store Management System
Survivable Networks Systems
Swarm intelligence & traffic Safety
Synthetic Aperture Radar System
TCPA / Palladium
Tempest and Echelon
Terrestrial Trunked Radio
The integration Technology
Tsunami Warning System
The Mobile Revolution
Tool Command Language
Ubiquitous Social Computing
Unicode And Multilingual Computing
Unified Modeling Language (UML)
Unlicensed Mobile Access
Viruses, vulnerabilities and security holes
Virtual LAN Technology
Virtual Private Network
Visible Light Communication
Voice Over Internet Protocol
Why did Microsoft Surface fail?
Evolution & Journey of MS Windows
Wireless Application Protocol
Wireless Networked Digital Devices
Zero-Knowledge Protocols and Proof Systems
Wireless Video Service in CDMA Systems
Word Sense Disambiguation
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100 Great Computer Science Research Topics Ideas for 2023
Being a computer student in 2023 is not easy. Besides studying a constantly evolving subject, you have to come up with great computer science research topics at some point in your academic life. If you’re reading this article, you’re among many other students that have also come to this realization.
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Whether you’re earnestly searching for a topic or stumbled onto this article by accident, there is no doubt that every student needs excellent computer science-related topics for their paper. A good topic will not only give your essay or research a good direction but will also make it easy to come up with supporting points. Your topic should show all your strengths as well.
Fortunately, this article is for every student that finds it hard to generate a suitable computer science topic. The following 100+ topics will help give you some inspiration when creating your topics. Let’s get into it.
One of the best ways of making your research paper interesting is by coming up with relevant topics in computer science . Here are some topics that will make your paper immersive:
- Evolution of virtual reality
- What is green cloud computing
- Ways of creating a Hopefield neural network in C++
- Developments in graphic systems in computers
- The five principal fields in robotics
- Developments and applications of nanotechnology
- Differences between computer science and applied computing
Your next research topic in computer science shouldn’t be tough to find once you’ve read this section. If you’re looking for simple final year project topics in computer science, you can find some below.
- Applications of the blockchain technology in the banking industry
- Computational thinking and how it influences science
- Ways of terminating phishing
- Uses of artificial intelligence in cyber security
- Define the concepts of a smart city
- Applications of the Internet of Things
- Discuss the applications of the face detection application
Whenever a topic is described as “hot,” it means that it is a trendy topic in computer science. If computer science project topics for your final years are what you’re looking for, have a look at some below:
- Applications of the Metaverse in the world today
- Discuss the challenges of machine learning
- Advantages of artificial intelligence
- Applications of nanotechnology in the paints industry
- What is quantum computing?
- Discuss the languages of parallel computing
- What are the applications of computer-assisted studies?
Perhaps you’d like to write a paper that will get published in a journal. If you’re searching for the best project topics for computer science students that will stand out in a journal, check below:
- Developments in human-computer interaction
- Applications of computer science in medicine
- Developments in artificial intelligence in image processing
- Discuss cryptography and its applications
- Discuss methods of ransomware prevention
- Applications of Big Data in the banking industry
- Challenges of cloud storage services in 2023
Controversial Topics in Computer Science
Some of the best computer science final year project topics are those that elicit debates or require you to take a stand. You can find such topics listed below for your inspiration:
- Can robots be too intelligent?
- Should the dark web be shut down?
- Should your data be sold to corporations?
- Will robots completely replace the human workforce one day?
- How safe is the Metaverse for children?
- Will artificial intelligence replace actors in Hollywood?
- Are social media platforms safe anymore?
Are you a computer science student looking for AP topics? You’re in luck because the following final year project topics for computer science are suitable for you.
- Standard browser core with CSS support
- Applications of the Gaussian method in C++ development in integrating functions
- Vital conditions of reducing risk through the Newton method
- How to reinforce machine learning algorithms.
- How do artificial neural networks function?
- Discuss the advancements in computer languages in machine learning
- Use of artificial intelligence in automated cars
When studying to get your doctorate in computer science, you need clear and relevant topics that generate the reader’s interest. Here are some Ph.D. topics in computer science you might consider:
- Developments in information technology
- Is machine learning detrimental to the human workforce?
- How to write an algorithm for deep learning
- What is the future of 5G in wireless networks
- Statistical data in Maths modules in Python
- Data retention automation from a website using API
- Application of modern programming languages
Looking for computer science topics for research is not easy for an undergraduate. Fortunately, these computer science project topics should make your research paper easy:
- Ways of using artificial intelligence in real estate
- Discuss reinforcement learning and its applications
- Uses of Big Data in science and medicine
- How to sort algorithms using Haskell
- How to create 3D configurations for a website
- Using inverse interpolation to solve non-linear equations
- Explain the similarities between the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence
Your dissertation paper is one of the most crucial papers you’ll ever do in your final year. That’s why selecting the best ethics in computer science topics is a crucial part of your paper. Here are some project topics for the computer science final year.
- How to incorporate numerical methods in programming
- Applications of blockchain technology in cloud storage
- How to come up with an automated attendance system
- Using dynamic libraries for site development
- How to create cubic splines
- Applications of artificial intelligence in the stock market
- Uses of quantum computing in financial modeling
Your instructor may want you to challenge yourself with an advanced science project. Thus, you may require computer science topics to learn and research. Here are some that may inspire you:
- Discuss the best cryptographic protocols
- Advancement of artificial intelligence used in smartphones
- Briefly discuss the types of security software available
- Application of liquid robots in 2023
- How to use quantum computers to solve decoherence problem
- macOS vs. Windows; discuss their similarities and differences
- Explain the steps taken in a cyber security audit
When searching for computer science topics for a seminar, make sure they are based on current research or events. Below are some of the latest research topics in computer science:
- How to reduce cyber-attacks in 2023
- Steps followed in creating a network
- Discuss the uses of data science
- Discuss ways in which social robots improve human interactions
- Differentiate between supervised and unsupervised machine learning
- Applications of robotics in space exploration
- The contrast between cyber-physical and sensor network systems
Are you looking for computer science thesis topics for your upcoming projects? The topics below are meant to help you write your best paper yet:
- Applications of computer science in sports
- Uses of computer technology in the electoral process
- Using Fibonacci to solve the functions maximum and their implementations
- Discuss the advantages of using open-source software
- Expound on the advancement of computer graphics
- Briefly discuss the uses of mesh generation in computational domains
- How much data is generated from the internet of things?
A computer science presentation requires a topic relevant to current events. Whether your paper is an assignment or a dissertation, you can find your final year computer science project topics below:
- Uses of adaptive learning in the financial industry
- Applications of transitive closure on graph
- Using RAD technology in developing software
- Discuss how to create maximum flow in the network
- How to design and implement functional mapping
- Using artificial intelligence in courier tracking and deliveries
- How to make an e-authentication system
Key Computer Science Essay Topics
You may be pressed for time and require computer science master thesis topics that are easy. Below are some topics that fit this description:
- What are the uses of cloud computing in 2023
- Discuss the server-side web technologies
- Compare and contrast android and iOS
- How to come up with a face detection algorithm
- What is the future of NFTs
- How to create an artificial intelligence shopping system
- How to make a software piracy prevention algorithm
One major mistake students make when writing their papers is selecting topics unrelated to the study at hand. This, however, will not be an issue if you get topics related to computer science, such as the ones below:
- Using blockchain to create a supply chain management system
- How to protect a web app from malicious attacks
- Uses of distributed information processing systems
- Advancement of crowd communication software since COVID-19
- Uses of artificial intelligence in online casinos
- Discuss the pillars of math computations
- Discuss the ethical concerns arising from data mining
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Computer science is an important subject due to its influencing powers. In today’s world, computer science has made businesses and communication easier. This subject offers many problem-solving techniques for everyday problems. Moreover, it automates hectic tasks to enhance efficiency. Thus, you should prepare computer science presentations highlighting its impacts.
Through this article, you can discover many computer science topics for presentation . With such topics, you can raise awareness about the powerful abilities of CS. Hence, read this article carefully to choose the best computer science PPT topic .
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Part 1. Various Computer Science Topics for Presentation 2023
If you are searching for computer science topics for presentations , this section can help you. You can select interesting topics on a computer science subject through this part.
1. Fundamentals of Computer Science
If the audience is new to computer science, this presentation topic can help. It’s a vast topic as it will cover all the major elements of computer science. You can discuss the role of algorithms in solving particular tasks. Afterward, you can explain how data structures organize the datasets in a computer. In this way, you can tell the audience about the core principles and building blocks of CS.
Comprehending programming languages is also essential for a CS student. You can discuss the basics of decoding bugs through any famous language. Furthermore, sheds light on the role of operating systems in a computer. By doing so, you can cover all the essential elements of computer science.
2. Data and Information Handling
Data and information handling is one of the critical PPT presentation topics for computer science . In this topic, inform the audience about how formed decisions are made from data processing. You can provide a step-by-step guide to data handling in detail. It starts with data collection from sources and proceeds with data storage. Afterward, the data gets transformed into another format for analysis.
Furthermore, you can also talk about data ethics while handling sensitive information. Here, highlight consent and the importance of transparency. You can also discuss the role of data handling in many fields of professions and businesses.
3. Software Development Methodologies
The creation of software apps is also an intriguing computer science topic. In this topic, you can discuss the framework and methodologies used to produce software apps. You can talk about the waterfall model in which the development stages of a software app are recorded. Afterward, you can briefly explain some common software methodologies.
For instance, discuss the Agile, Kanban, Scrum, and XP methodologies to offer valuable information. You can give examples of hybrid models in this computer science PPT topic. Such models use hybrid technologies to meet the particular needs of an organization. You can also guide your viewers on choosing an effective software methodology easily.
4. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
AI and machine learning technologies are shaping our digital worlds. For this topic, you can discuss the main types of AI technologies. Moreover, highlights the different approaches to machine learning. Collectively, these two technologies use human intelligence for proper reasoning and problem-solving. Also, they are creating powerful impacts on innovation, creativity, and businesses.
Furthermore, you can also explain how AI and ML are transforming our current industries. You can emphasize the usage of AI and ML in healthcare, education, training, and institutes. Also, you can come up with some well-researched predictions of AI to intrigue the audience.
5. Cybersecurity and Networking
Cybersecurity and networking technologies have a great scope in computer science. In this particular topic, discuss the importance of cybersecurity in organizations, companies, and government institutes. You can also highlight the key cybersecurity threats, such as malware. You can also include case studies of breached cybersecurity in tech giant companies.
For networking, you can explain the network components and protocols briefly. Moreover, highlight the connection between strong networking and cybersecurity. You can also guide the audience about reliable measures to ensure cybersecurity.
6. Operating Systems and Computer Architecture
Operating systems are the backbone of processing information in a computer. In this PPT presentation topic for computer science , you can explain the operating systems in detail. You can explain the basic functions of OS, such as process management, user interface, device management, etc. Afterward, you can discuss the major types of OS in a computer. Here, you can also talk about real-time OS and its significance.
Furthermore, you can guide the audience about the basics of computer architecture. First, you need to explain about software and hardware in a clear way. Afterward, you can discuss the roles of the CPU, main memory, registers, cache memory, etc. Moreover, you can also explain how operating systems interact with hardware to process the data.
7. Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
HCI is a multidisciplinary field and holds great importance. This topic combines the role of computer science, cognitive psychology, and social sciences. Here, you can discuss how human-computer interaction can affect usability for people. You can enlist some of the main benefits of HCI in our modern world. For example, its influence on crafting a user interface that matches people's interests.
Furthermore, you can discuss HCI technologies and current trends—for instance, the usage of HCI in voice interaction, AR, VR, and NLP. To balance your presentation, you can also point out the challenges in HCI, like ethical concerns and data security.
8. Cloud Computing and Distributed Systems
Cloud computing has several advantages in accessing stored information. In your presentation, you can highlight its key features like rapid elasticity and easy network access. Make sure to discuss the major cloud computing models in detail. For example, infrastructure as a service (IaaS), software as a service (SaaS), and platform as a service (PaaS).
Similarly, you can talk about distributed systems and their goals in achieving scalability. Distributed systems also help in data consistency and replication. Moreover, you can also draw comparisons between cloud computing and distributed systems. This will help the audience to differentiate between these two concepts.
9. The Future of Computer Science
The future of computer science will emerge with new trends and innovations. In the future, we can expect AI and ML technologies will get more advanced. Moreover, the use of blockchain technology will be surged. With more advancements, the security threats in decentralization will be reduced. Furthermore, cybersecurity will get more secure and evolve. Hence, data privacy will be prioritized in the future.
Also, the advancements in CS will help in tackling climate change. The role of data analytics and simulations would be able to address global challenges easily. You can also offer more well-researched predictions regarding CS to intrigue the audience.
Part 2. How to Make Your Computer Science Presentation Engaging
Do you want to make your technical topics for presentation in computer science captivating? Here are some valuable tips that can help you in this regard:
- Compelling Hook: To capture the interest of your audience, you should begin with an engaging start. You can ask an intriguing question to the audience to gain their attention. Also, you can use a quotation or real-life incident to seek their attention. Moreover, use interactive quizzes to hook your audience thoroughly.
- Clear Structure and Flow: Your presentation should have a well-structured flow. Along with a proper introduction, you should explain the main body parts effectively. Ensure not to add overwhelming text on PPT slides. To conclude, provide a sensible call to action to motivate the viewers.
- Audience engagement: Engaging the audience is very important in a presentation. To do so, you can add animated characters and content to excite the viewers. Furthermore, add metaphors and analogies to make the content understandable. You can also share your personal experiences and incidents to engage the viewers.
- Data Visualization: Adding visuals is another trick to make a presentation attractive. Thus, ensure the addition of high-quality images and videos in the presentation. They should be relevant and incorporate the main message. Furthermore, you can draw graphs, charts, and tables to display numerical data. It will make your presentation less textual and tedious.
- Effective Delivery: Your communication style during the presentation is extremely significant. To impose a good impression, make eye contact with all your viewers. Moreover, include hand gestures to make the speaking style natural. Make sure to opt for a moderate speaking speed for the audience. Furthermore, try to pronounce words correctly to add a professional touch.
Part 3. Getting Started a Good Computer Science Presentation with Presentory
Are you ready to make flawless computer science presentations? Wondershare Presentory is the most recommended AI tool to craft presentations in the desired manner. It contains basic and advanced tools to tailor to the users’ needs. You can upload PPT slides and custom media files in its clean interface. Moreover, you can replace backgrounds in your presentations without affecting their original quality.
Presentory also helps in adding scenes and text graphics. You can manage the placement of text in your presentation through this tool. Moreover, you can insert the presentation notes on a teleprompter for further assistance. With its “Property” feature, you can manage font, opacity, size, and text color. Thus, you must explore the Presentory to make astonishing computer science presentations.
- AI Generation: With the AI feature, you can generate automated presentations on this tool. It only requires the topic for your presentation. Afterward, the tool will prepare slides with relevant content automatically.
- Built-in Templates: Are you a beginner in creating presentations? No worries, as this tool includes many vibrant templates. You don’t need to create your presentation from scratch using the templates. All templates are available for different use cases.
- High-Quality Live Streaming: Live streaming of presentations is now possible with Presentory. This tool lets you live-stream your presentations on all platforms. Moreover, record the presentations in your preferred settings easily.
- Efficient Cloud Services: Presentory provides many cloud services for its users. With this tool, you can get enough file size sharing and storage limits. Moreover, it offers a password authentication feature for data protection.
How to Craft Computer Science Presentations with Presentory
This section will provide complete instructions to generate the best topics for presentation in computer science with Presentory. Thus, continue reading this section:
step1 Select the AI Presentation Option
Begin by launching Presentory on your PC and selecting the “Create with AI” feature. Now, enter the desired computer science presentation topic in the given box. The tool will quickly begin generating the relevant content for you.
step2 Specify the Presentation Content and Themen
If you find the presentation content desirable, click the “Continue” button. Afterward, select a theme style from the given options and press “Continue” to proceed.
step3 Add Multiple Customizations
After some seconds, the tool will evenly distribute the content on all slides. Now, you can add custom changes of your choice. You can change the font, style, and size of text. Moreover, you can add backgrounds, images, videos, and web stickers. Once done with all the edits, record or livestream the presentation with the customized options.
Computer science has a great scope in this digital age. Thus, you should create computer science presentations to educate the audience. By reading this guide, you came across many computer science topics for presentation . For more help, you can use Presentory to create AI-powered presentations in your preferred way. It’s an advanced tool with all the powerful features to generate a compelling presentation.
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Wondering what is a presentation? Basically, a presentation is a work that aims to convey information from you to an audience (or to explain the topic). You can choose from various types of presentations: speeches, demonstrations, lectures, introductions, persuasive presentations, decision-making presentations, etc. The type of presentation you need to create will be chosen by your professor. However, you will most often need to create PowerPoint presentations of various lengths.
Learning PowerPoint isn’t difficult; many students use this tool. The only problem is that it’s not free. A great alternative to PowerPoint is an online tool that contains all the tools you need, such as images, backgrounds, graphics, color palettes, layouts, and so on. Canva is one of the best such tools, and it’s also free as long as you don’t use their premium images or layouts.
You’ll quickly find that creating presentations is not difficult, as long as you have a good topic to discuss. To make things easy for you, we have compiled a list of 268 topics ideas that are 100 percent original. Pick one of our presentation topic ideas and start working on your presentation today!
We will start our list with the most interesting presentations topics for students. Choose one of our ideas and start working on your presentation now:
- Effects of bad nutrition on the human body
- Football versus handball
- Music and its effects on our wellbeing
- Traces of life on Mars
- The role of the International Space Station
- Keeping busy during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Choosing the best processor for a new computer
- The unseen life of Einstein
- Discuss the Hubble telescope
- Discuss an important work of English literature
- Unseen effects of global warming
- How do antidepressants work?
- Discuss art therapy
Looking for some fun presentation ideas? No problem, we have plenty of them. Take a look at our best ideas below:
- Dogs as man’s best friends
- Making your own telescope at home
- How to get over the pandemic without going insane
- Differences between American English and UK English
- The most expensive coffee in the world
- How to maintain a healthy friendship
- Choosing your major the easy way
- Dog or cat: which one to pick?
- Music and its effects on our mood
- The importance of self-improvement
- The importance of gravity
- Discuss artificial intelligence
- Difference between bloggers and war journalists
- Is Pluto a planet?
Are you interested about making a presentation related to a health topic? Check out these awesome health presentation topics:
- Genetically modified organisms and their negative effects
- Discuss the opioid crisis in the United States
- Latest breakthrough in cancer treatment
- Discuss mechanized prosthetics
- Discuss the most advanced nursing techniques
- Developing a pill that reverses aging
- Negative effects of being overweight
- Cancer prevention techniques
- The truth behind Covid 19 vaccines
- Improving the quality of life of palliative care patients
- The health benefits of smiling
- Negative effects of fast food
Of course, we have more than enough 5 minute presentation topics for high school and college students. Here are our best ideas so far:
- Step-by-step instructions to board a plane in the UK
- Making money in high school
- Benefits of using social media
- Highest paid jobs in information technology
- Best apps for college students
- Best software to create a high school presentation
- 3 nutritious dinner recipes
- How to cook like a pro
- Making money as a college student
- How to pick your first job
- Using social media for educational purposes
- What is the best business to start online?
- Best way to stop procrastinating in school
- Here is why you should learn at least 2 foreign languages
- Getting top grades in college without burning yourself out
Making a presentation about animals can be a very interesting project. Check out these presentation ideas about animals and pick the one you like the most:
- The ugly truth behind experimenting on animals
- Discuss the Bengal tiger
- Talk about your pet
- Why don’t penguins fly?
- Interesting deep sea fish
- Are you a dog or cat lover?
- Dog fighting legislation in the United Kingdom
- Discuss animal extinction in the Amazon rainforest
- Discuss animal testing
- How to train your cat
- Banning puppy mills in the US
- Discuss 3 species of alligator
- How do cats swim?
If you want to write about climate change or environmental issues, you have arrived at the right place. Just pick one of our climate change presentation ideas:
- Rising sea levels around the world
- Document climate change since the 1990s
- The effect of pollution on marine life
- Climate change in Miami
- The causes of climate change
- Discuss the concept of assisted migration
- Effects of global warming on biodiversity
- Discuss global warming’s effects on humans
- Saving the Amazonian rainforest
- Discuss carbon emissions
- Tourism and climate change
Want to get creative in your next presentation? Here are our best creative presentation ideas:
- Use a creative background in your presentation
- Add animation to your presentation
- Use music on different slides
- Experiment with different colors
- Use striking images
- Experiment with speech bubbles
- Use emoticons on some slides
- Insert YouTube videos
- Configure automatic transitions correctly
- Create a timeline for your presentation
- Discuss one main idea per slide
- Avoid using firework effects
- Discuss one bullet point at a time
If you are in middle school and need to make a presentation, simply pick up one of these simple middle school presentation topics:
- Discuss censorship in mass media
- Describe your pet
- Stop being late to school
- How to learn math faster?
- Discuss a significant event in your life
- Describe the politician you like the most
- Making a secure social media account
- Dealing with a difficult homework
- Define the concept of globalization
- The freedom of speech in the United States
- Talk about your favorite movie
Oral presentations don’t need to be as complex as digital ones. Take a look at our list of oral presentation topics and choose the best one right now:
- Cyberbullying in United States schools
- Discuss drugs in the United States
- Bullying in UK schools
- Talk about a serious eating disorder
- Censorship in communist China
- Gambling as a teenager
- Effective contraception techniques
- Talk about gun control in the US
- Banning fast food in our schools
- The right to vote in Africa
- Building a base on Mars
- Media literacy in Eastern Europe
We agree, making a presentation on a topic in physics may not be an easy thing to do. Our physics presentation ideas will make your life easier:
- Discuss kinematics
- Talk about circular motion
- The physics behind projectiles
- Discuss gravitation
- Discuss a topic related to energy
- Discuss space physics
- Talk about static electricity
- Talk about centripetal forces
- Discuss the Laws of Motion
- The particle model of matter
- The atomic structure
In case you really don’t want to spend an entire week working on a complex presentation, you should consider choosing one of these easy presentation topics:
- Getting a tuition in college
- Effective teaching methods
- Keeping your privacy safe on the Internet
- The history of cinemas
- The importance of studying mathematics
- How did World War I start?
- Effects of social media on US teenagers
- How do white cells work?
- Creating an awesome presentation in 30 minutes
- Discuss a topic in Greek mythology
- The goddess Artemis in Roman mythology
High school students will be thrilled to learn that we have an entire list of topics for them. Check out our presentation ideas for high school:
- Benefits of playing video games
- Talk about corruption in the US
- Discuss life in the desert
- Protecting your wireless network correctly
- Talk about your best friend
- Discuss pollution in Eastern Europe
- Installing a new RAM stick on your laptop
- Discuss the concept of the glass ceiling
- Talk about a day at the beach
- Discuss noise pollution in your neighborhood
- Talk about women empowerment
Did your professor ask you to make a presentation about something in computer science? No problem; here is an entire list of computer science presentation ideas:
- Negative effects of video games on school children
- Talk about big data analysis
- Discuss the concept of neural networks
- What are bioinformatics?
- Talk about a topic in cybersecurity
- Artificial intelligence in the 21st century
- Most important algorithms in 2022
- The global impact of the Internet
- Talk about the Internet of Things
- Innovations in database technology in 2022
- The best programming language in the world
- Major advancements in machine learning in 2022
Our writers also made a second selection and picked only the topics they like the most. These are all good presentation topics for any student:
- What’s it like to be a centenarian?
- Most important classes in UK high schools
- Sports and its effects on human health
- The effect of COVID 19 vaccines on the human body
- Talk about the Tyrannosaurus Rex
- Major volcanic eruptions of the 20th century
- Is life on Mars possible?
- Discuss the possibility of sending the first human to one of Europa’s moons
- The history and age of our Sun
- Should we teach astronomy in all United States schools?
- Effective uses of technology on cancer prevention
- Threats posed by artificial intelligence
Yes, you can make a presentation about social media. Your professor will surely appreciate it. Here are some of the best possible social media presentation topics:
- How to keep your personal information save on social media
- Cyberbullying on social media: how to stop it
- Does Facebook need to be regulated more tightly?
- Can you compare social media friends with real-life friends?
- What makes a social media platform successful?
- Best ways to monetize a social media app
- Compare Pinterest with Twitter
- Major problems social media companies had to overcome in 2022
- Is it a good idea to close your social media accounts?
Students who want to impress their professor should definitely pick one of these controversial presentation ideas:
- Can we make world peace in the 21st century?
- Discuss the abolishment of the death penalty in the United States
- The legalization of human euthanasia in Europe
- The legalization of abortion in all states of the United States
- Should tobacco be more regulated in Asia?
- The disadvantages of online education during the pandemic
- The effects of being fat on a person’s self-esteem
- Talk about gun control laws in the United States
You are allowed to create a presentation on a topic related to education, of course. Check out these interesting education topics for presentation:
- How important is the physics class to you?
- Best way to teach mathematics to autistic children
- Problems posed by the huge amount of homework students receive every semester
- Is it ethical to buy an essay from an academic writing company?
- The best uses of technology in the classroom
- Are standardized tests a good way to differentiate students?
- Should all your teachers have a social media presence?
- The evolution of education in an African country of your choice
Did your professor ask you to write a Theory of Knowledge (TOK) presentation? No problem, we have some very nice ideas for you right here:
- Talk about child labor in African countries
- Discuss a real life situation that you have gone through recently
- Talk about the Malaysian Airlines incident and conspiracy theories
- Discuss the problems posed by Ebola in African countries
- The advantages brought by tourism to the Maasai tribe
- Will vegetable burgers be able to replace meat burgers?
- Talk about the implications of developing nuclear weapons as a country
Topics in biology are not always easy to tackle. We’ve done our best to select only the biology presentation topics that are relatively easy to handle:
- Talk about the biology of cancer
- Discuss the concept of astrobiology
- Talk about how plants are able to resist disease naturally
- The influence of fertilizers on plants
- Discuss the incidence of obesity in pets in the United Kingdom
- Talk about active and passive transport in cells
- What is cell signaling and how does it work?
Interested in chemistry? Why not make a presentation about something interesting? Check out these chemistry topics for a presentation:
- Discuss the concept of electrochemistry
- Talk about chemical bonding (also provide examples)
- Discuss the use of nanophotonics in military applications
- How does an allergy develop?
- Discuss and show your audience an example of surface tension
- Talk about bio-batteries and their applications in 2022
- What are liquid crystals? How are they formed?
This is our list of the latest presentation topics. Breakthroughs, discoveries, major achievements – we have a topic about everything novel right here:
- Discuss the latest studies on standardized testing
- Social changes brought on by the Internet
- Alternatives to wheat in the 21st century
- Discuss the rise of e-commerce during the Covid 19 pandemic
- The most important advancements in robotics
- Using artificial intelligence to explore the surface of Mars
- Discuss the emergence of new religions across the world
- Latest advancements in Covid 19 vaccination
Are you an ESL student? Take a look at our ESL presentation topics and select the one you think will have the best chance to land you an A+:
- Talk about one of your hobbies
- Discuss the importance of sleep for students
- Using music to calm autistic children
- Risks involved with being an astronaut
- Talk about your very first date
- Talk about your favorite food
- Talk about a modern day hero in the United States
We have some topics that are a bit more difficult. These are better for college students. Check out these topics for presentation for college and pick the one you like:
- Picking the best career for you
- Talk about your favorite celebrity
- The evolution of Android phones
- Discuss the concept of Global Internet
- Best sources of green energy in 2022
- Talk about the power of media in the United States
- Most important breakthroughs of the 21st century
Astronomy can be a very interesting subject to talk about in your presentation. Here are our best ideas for astronomy topics for a presentation:
- What are auroras?
- Talk about the Big Bang theory
- What is a Dwarf galaxy?
- How do black holes form?
- What is Pluto?
- The dangers posed by asteroids
- Most important comets in our history
Writing about tech never gets old. You have a ton of things to discuss in a presentation. Here are some of our most interesting technology presentation ideas:
- Discuss a deep learning algorithm
- Major advances in augmented reality
- How was Alexa developed?
- The current state of robotics in the US
- Talk about a major cryptocurrency
- How did artificial intelligence evolve?
- Talk about mobile app development in 2022
Want to discuss some social issues? Don’t be afraid to do it! In fact, here are some excellent social issues presentation ideas:
- The effects of emigration on third world countries
- Discuss gender inequality in Asian countries
- Talk about the problems posed by overpopulation
- Civil rights in modern day China
- Discuss racial discrimination in Israel
- Poverty problems in the United States
- The rise in homelessness in Western Europe
- Health care availability in African countries
Talking about nutrition doesn’t have to be difficult. We have an entire list of nutrition topics for a presentation below:
- The role of micronutrients
- Are bananas bad for your health?
- Discuss eggs and cholesterol
- Effects of nutrition on your appearance
- Best nutrition for sports enthusiasts
- How much protein does the human body need?
- The effects of nutrition on the skin
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Paper Presentation Topics for Computer Science Engineering
- by Ravi Bandakkanavar
- April 12, 2023
We bring you the latest Paper Presentation Topics for Computer Science Engineering. Click on the topic name to read in detail. These topics give an idea of what topic to be chosen and what information needs to be included as part of a technical paper. Technical papers have been written in a standard format. You can contact us for more details.
- Cloud Computing and cloud services
- Artificial Intelligence in Machines
- Automatic number plate recognition
- Autonomic Computing
- Artificial intelligence language models – GPT3, GPT4
- Blue eyes technology
- Brain-controlled car for the disabled using artificial intelligence
- Braingate technology
- Brain port device
- Brain Computer Interface (BCI)
- 5G Wireless Technology
- Cluster computing
- Augmented Reality vs Virtual Reality
- Blockchain Technology and its Applications
- Cyber Crime and Security
- Cybersecurity in the Education System
- Cryptography and its Applications
- Distributed and Parallel Computing
- Detection of digital photo image forgery
- Detection of Reviews using sentiment analysis
- Deploying a wireless sensor network on an active volcano
- Digital jewelry
- Data Mining and Predictive Analytics
- Electronic waste (e-waste)
- Electronic nose
- Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS)
- Embedded web server for remote access
- Innovations of Artificial Intelligence in the healthcare sector
- Face detection and recognition technology
- Location-based services through GPS
- How does the Internet work?
- Hadoop Technology
- Internet of Things and its Impact on Society
- Intrusion detection and avoidance system
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- Mobile ad hoc network
- Mobile Ad Hoc Network Routing Protocols and Applications
- Nano Ring Memory
- Nanotechnology and applications
- Night Vision Technology
- Open Source Technology
- Anti-satellite weapons (ASAT) Technology
- Parasitic computing
- Polymer Memory
- Radio Frequency Identification Technology
- Electronic Document Management System
- Benefits of Continuous Testing
- Humanoid Robots
- Secured web portal for online shopping
- Securing underwater wireless communication networks
- Security requirements in wireless sensor networks
- Security threats on the World Wide Web
- Security aspects in mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs)
- Semantic web
- Sensitive skin
- Snake robot the future of agile motion
- Software-defined radio (SDR)
- Super efficient motors: technical overview
- Surface-conduction Electron-emitter Display (SED)
- Synchronous Optical Networking
- Transient stability assessment using neural networks
- Transient Stability Assessment using Neural Networks
- Trusted Network Connect (TNC) Specifications
- Ubiquitous computing
- Uniprocessor Virtual Memory Without TLBS
- Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser
- Virtual Network Computing
- Virtual Reality
- Watermarking Digital Audio
- Wireless integrated network sensors
- Wearable Computers
- Wearable Biosensors
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 5 Best Laptops for Your Next PowerPoint Presentation!
By: Author Shrot Katewa
Every presentation starts with a high-quality laptop. However, we don’t all have thousands of dollars to buy Apple’s most recent Macbook Pro or Samsung’s latest technology. The good news is there are plenty of top-notch laptops for your next presentation that cost a fraction of the competition.
The best laptop for presentations is the 2021 HP 15 Touchscreen Laptop. This 15.6” laptop comes with an 11th generation i5 Intel processor, 12GB of RAM, and a 1TB hard drive. It also has a backlit keyboard, a built-in webcam for virtual presentations, and it only weighs 3.92 pounds.
You might also enjoy the following presentation laptops:
- ASUS Vivobook 15
- Acer Aspire 5
- Dell Inspiron 15
- Lenovo IdeaPad
Let’s dive into what you should look for and details about each of these laptops below. Enjoy!
What to Look For When Buying a Laptop for Presentations on a Budget
When you’re searching for a top-of-the-line budget laptop for your presentations, it’s important to keep these three factors in mind:
- Compatibility : Does the laptop have Bluetooth, Windows, Microsoft Office, and other features you’ll need to succeed? Touchscreens and wireless connections are also significant improvements for many people.
- Battery life : A long battery life will prevent the laptop from crashing mid-presentation. Sure, you can extend a laptop’s battery life with proper care , but you still want to go with the biggest battery possible within your budget!
- Memory and speed : These two features are lumped together because most companies provide higher memory with faster components. We recommend never getting a laptop below 4GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage for your presentations. Big SSD’s, such as 512GB and above, will keep you from using USB drives.
Without further ado, let’s jump into the reviews.
Our Top Picks
- Best Overall : 2021 HP 15 Touchscreen Laptop
- Best Lightweight Laptop : ASUS Vivobook 15
- Best Budget-Friendly Laptop : Acer Aspire 5
- Best Compatibility : Dell Inspiron 15
- Best Multi-Purpose Laptop : Lenovo IdeaPad
Best Overall: 2021 HP 15 Touchscreen Laptop
Touchscreen laptops have taken the business world by storm. The ability to cycle through menus without using a mouse is fantastic, which is one of the many reasons the 2021 HP 5 Touchscreen Laptop is so popular. It has instant-touch reactions, Bluetooth connectivity, and built-in WiFi to connect all of your devices.
Another reason the HP 15 Laptop is such a good choice is the backlit keyboard that lets you see everything, even when you’re presenting in a dark room. The kit also includes a 320GB external hard drive, making it an incredible deal for the price.
This laptop is made by a trusted company and comes with an extended warranty, Windows 10, and multiple USB connections. There’s also an HDMI port and headphone jacks for various other projects.
- 15.6-inch screen
- 1TB hard drive
- 11th generation Intel i5 processor
- 3.92 pounds
Best Lightweight Laptop: ASUS Vivobook 15
Are you tired of lugging heavy laptops around? A high-quality presentation laptop shouldn’t be too big or heavy because you have to bring it with you everywhere you go, which is why the ASUS Vivobook 15 is a must-have for many businesspeople. It’s only 3.50 pounds and measures 14.1 x 9.1 x 0.8 inches.
Although it’s quite this, the Vivobook 15 has an impressive 1920 x 1080p display, an Intel UHD graphics card, Windows 10 pre-installed, and many more unique features.
Much like the previous laptop on the list, it comes with Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. You can connect any presentation click or remote with ease.
Those who prefer additional security will love the fingerprint scanner on the touchpad.
- 512GB hard drive
- 10th generation Intel i5 processor
- 3.50 pounds
Best Budget-Friendly Laptop: Acer Aspire 5
Acer continues to put out some of the best computers every year. Their reliability and top-notch specs make them a tough contender for the competition, but an easy choice for many buyers. The Acer Aspire 5 runs with Windows 10 and Amazon’s Alexa integration for voice commands, making it perfect for hands-free presentations.
The Aspire 5 comes in multiple options, each changing its RAM and hard drive. Regardless of which one you choose, you’ll have the choice of either an Intel i3 or Intel i5 processor. These processors are known for their speed and consistent production. It’s also a touchscreen laptop, so you can control it with multiple voice, touch, remote, or hands-on commands.
- 256GB SSD hard drive
- 11th generation Intel i3 processor
- 4.19 pounds
Best Compatibility: Dell Inspiron 15
Dell is another excellent brand for presentation laptops since they always have the latest technology packed into a mid-sized laptop. The Dell Inspiron 15 is worth checking out because it includes a built-in microphone, a webcam, high-end speakers, and a long-lasting 7.5-hour 3-cell lithium battery.
Unlike many laptops on the market, the Inspiron 15 has a separate number pad, making it easy to log numbers in spreadsheets and other crucial details for your presentations. The smooth, slanted design creates an ergonomic feeling to prevent wrist pain when typing. You can turn the number pad and touchpad off if you don’t want to use them.
This laptop is so compatible because it comes with two USB ports, one USB-C port, an HDMI port, a USB 2.0 port, and an SD card reader.
- 5.93 pounds
Best Multi-Purpose Laptop: Lenovo IdeaPad
The Lenovo IdeaPad might be last on the list, but it comes with a host of features that make it worth it for almost anyone. This laptop can convert into a tablet by folding the screen back. You can prop it up with the keyboard, lay it flat, or set it up like a traditional laptop.
From the high-quality graphics to the Dolby speakers, you’ll enjoy the impressive performance and portability of this low-budget, top-shelf laptop.
- 512GB SSD hard drive
- 10th generation Intel i3 processor
- 4.07 pounds
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